Gigslutz interview with Omar Lye-Fook

Omar Lye-Fook started his career in 1985 and went on to release a number of singles including 1988’s ‘You and Me’ which featured backing vocals from Caron Wheeler. His big breakthrough came with his instantly recognisable 1991 hit ‘There’s Nothing…

Josh Taerk LIVE @ The Monarch, Camden

Touring before the UK release of his debut album, singer-songwriter Josh Taerk was bringing his massive Americana-Rock vibes from Canada to The Monarch in Camden. With velvety red drapes covering the windows, The Monarch is a very awkward looking little…

Taffy LIVE @ The Black Heart, Camden

I was in an excited mood as I walked down the streets of Camden on my way to the Black Heart pub to see Japanese band ‘Taffy’ perform at the AC30 night. Tucked away off Camden High Street the big…

Deep Vally ‘Sistronix’ – Album Review

The Californian rock duo Deap Vally, formed in 2011 are fairly new to the music world. However despite their formative beginnings their playful and more than slightly raunchy rock and roll attitude together with giant bags of confidence they have…

NO CEREMONY/// LIVE @ Trinity Centre, Dalston 18.7.13

As I walk towards The Trinity Centre I can see the pavement is dotted with sweaty twenty somethings swigging away, clutching plastic bags laden with bottles and cans. Tonight’s gig is a BYOB affair. Situated opposite a primary school The…

King of Leon new single ‘Supersoaker’ Reviewed

With their signature thrashing guitars, snappy snare drums and punchy bass the Kings of Leon have returned with their new single ‘Supersoaker’. Rarely ones to start their tracks with a slow-build, this latest offering begins with a furiously strummed guitar…

Gigslutz pick of the weeks best tracks 18.7.13

Last week, the Manic Street Preachers made their return to our ear canals with ‘Rewind the Film’, the title track from their forthcoming eleventh album. A touching, acoustic ballad, ‘Rewind The Film’ features vocals from Richard Hawley  – who actually…