Bestival Pre Festival Review

The countdown has begun to my favourite festival of the year, none other than one of a kind Bestival held in the Isle of White.  Bestival has certainly stood apart… Read more »

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London Life

In a bid to find what is exciting in London I have decided to visit different venues in an attempt to find the best atmosphere and music the city has… Read more »

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Deadly Circus Fire Review

The London Camden Underworld recently played host to outstanding Deadly Circus Fire who put on an undeniably magnificent  performance at this superb and exceptionally popular music  venue.  This four piece… Read more »

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New Jacobin Club Review

In search of a unique Punk band I have been fortunate to come across New Jacobin Club, originally from Saskatoon Canada and consisting of The Horde – Vocals/ Guitar, Poison… Read more »

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Oh! Gunquit Review

Always on the look out for new and exciting bands I have found an amazingly diverse and non commercial UK band in the form of Oh! Gunquit. With Debut album… Read more »

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Devilskin Review

From the other side of the world, native to New Zealand Devilskin are due to release a new single ‘Start A Revolution’ on February 26th to celebrate and mark their… Read more »

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Foul Body/Autopsy Review

  Making a mark on the music scene this one man band Tom Reynolds produces a collage of metal sounds infused into one. With a string of performances up and… Read more »

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Jazz Cafe Saun and Starr preview

  The Jazz Cafe in London can only be described as one of the best places to be if you appreciate diverse music and extraordinary talent in a fabulous swanky… Read more »

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Dinosaur Pile Up review at Bestival

  Definitely one of the best bands of the weekend in my opinion as this grunge metal with a slightly punk twist owned the Big Top Stage on Saturday at… Read more »

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