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Gigslutz Unsigned: Interview with Catalysts

It’s taken Arctic Monkeys years to hone their sleek leather clad image – you may remember their appearance to the Brits in 2008 where they dressed as farmers; hardly the sex icons they are now… But Catalysts seem to have…

Gigslutz Writers February Highlights

After a somewhat slow January, February has come and gone in a whirlwind of musical goodness. From a ‘slutz point of view there has been some mega moments. The radio show in the middle of the month was brilliant. As…

ALBUM REVIEW: Metronomy ‘Love Letters’

“What’s your zodiac sign?” “I’m Aquarius” were the 2 tweets that ended the long silence from Metronomy in autumn last year. Their fourth album ‘Love Letters’ hasn’t gone far from their previous material but they’ve evolved and delved deeper into creating…

EP REVIEW: Major Lazer ‘Apocalypse Soon’

There’s always been something delightfully over the top about Major Lazer. From the album art depicting a giant cartoon Jamaican commando with a machine gun arm to the colorful Dancehall concoctions served up by producer Diplo. Major Lazer’s debut release,…

Jake Bugg LIVE @ Royal Albert Hall, 21.02.14

The Royal Albert Hall. Grand, historic, bordering on palatial – there are few other venues that can match it for scale. Playing here also lends a certain sense of durability, of being taken seriously as an artist; let’s face it,…

Album Review: Turk Tresize – ‘Soul Casino’

The quicker you realise how easily life can deal you the hard card, the quicker you can be prepared for the next blow that tries to turn your world upside down.  Artists of the modern era are finding it increasingly…

Gigslutz Interview: DAVIDGE

Neil Davidge might not be a household name, but the music he has had a hand in creating has filled many rooms in many households over many years. Since working with Massive Attack on their Mercury Award nominated third album…

Gigslutz Interview: Black Onassis’ Christopher Karloff

Christopher Karloff left Kasabian (or was asked to leave, the story has never been confirmed) during the recording of their second album ‘Empire’ in 2006 due to – all together now! – creative differences. Despite the fact that, as the…