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Baroness EP Review ‘Live @ Maida Vale’

Last summer American alternative metal quartet Baroness stopped by the historic Maida Vale Studio to record a session with BBC Radio 1’s Rock Show. A month later tragedy struck as the band’s tour bus fell 30 feet from a viaduct…

Drenge – ‘Drenge’ Album Review

Formed in 2011, Drenge consists of two brothers, Eoin and Rory Loveless. Hailing from Sheffield, they one of Britain’s hottest new bands and are gaining an ever growing reputation of being loud, vibrant and vigorous live act. Having wowed crowds…

Greg Pearson LIVE @ Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh

Sneaky Petes in the arches of Edinburgh’s Cowgate is a true rock n roll venue – small, loud, sweaty and informal.  The crowd can easily decide whether to pay attention to the musician inches away from them, or sink another…

Beacons Festival – Gigslutz preview

Still in its infancy, Beacons Festival is returning for the second year to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales with a dangerously cool line-up of ‘next big things’ and Gigslutz will be there to bring you the verdict. The Eat Your Own…

AlunaGeorge LIVE @ Westfield Presents

For those of you who have been under a stone for the last week, Alunageorge have released their debut album and it’s kind of a big deal, K? ‘Body Music’ has single-handedly seized the zeitgeist whilst emphatically creating a new…

Gigslutz Argentina! Interview with Octavio Sendero

Gigslutz vibes in the area. Gigslutz is going international, continental! Over the last few days we have been able to bring you musical offerings from around the globe with festival reports from Croatia and gig happenings in Australia. We are…

Gigslutz tracks of the week 2.8.13

Excitement and anticipation has greeted the arrival of Catfish and the Bottlemen onto our airwaves. The Communion Records-signed newcomers release their second single, ‘Rango’ on the 16th September, and it has already been highly received, with plenty of attention from…

The 1975 LIVE @ McCluskys Kingston 1.8.13

The 1975 sent a young and eccentric crowd into a dancing frenzy with their high-tempo Indie Pop last night, as the foursome from Manchester played their re-scheduled album release show. The band were supposed to grace the stage at Banquet…

Robin Thicke ‘Blurred Lines’ – Album Review

In the lead up to the release of Blurred Lines, the sixth studio album by American R&B singer Robin Thicke, the first single attracted controversy from its music video for featuring nude models and has been criticized of promoting rape…