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Gigslutz Interview: Sophie Adam meets Josh Taerk

After the Canadian release of his debut album Never Look Back in 2011, Josh Tarek, a young singer-songwriter and poet from Toronto quickly became a musical phenomenon in his home country. Now, following up on the success from the album,…

Gigslutz tracks of the week 26.7.13

Pearl Jam’s new single, ‘Mind your Manners’ has been brought to our attention prior to their forthcoming album, ‘Lightning Bolt’. This latest offering from a band renowned for their Grunge-Rock is a hard-hitting, punk-infused statement, almost unrecognisable as something that…

Aluna George ‘Body Music’ – Album Review

Over the past 12 months, one band has pretty much been on everyone’s lips….. well everyone within the music industry that is, so it’s exciting to see that the general public have warmly taken to Aluna Francis and George Reid…

Gigslutz interview: Samatha Foley meets DOLLS

DOLLS’ inimitable sound and style have drawn intrigue from international artists including New Order, Bloc Party, The Killers, The Deftones, Broken Social Scene, Naughty By Nature, Billy Talent, Angie Bowie, Die Mannequin and FrankMusik. Her last project (released two singles, You Say…

Glitches LIVE @St Pancras Old Church 17.7.13

Whitechapel based trio, Glitches, seem headed for big things and – judging by the captivating and unique show they put on in St Pancras Old Church and I can see why. The band, seem intent on putting together exciting, unique…

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…