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Lucy Rose @ Dingwalls

Live: Lucy Rose @ Dingwalls.

Just over two years on from releasing her well-received debut album Like I Used To, Warwickshire folkster Lucy Rose Parton is back with follow up Work It Out, due out in July. In anticipation of her forthcoming release, Rose and her band have hit the road this month for a series of intimate shows across…

We Were Promised Jetpacks @ The Garage

Live: We Were Promised Jetpacks @ The Garage

Following a pre-release tour of the UK and Ireland in late 2014 which teased tracks from their forthcoming third studio record Unravelling, Glasgow-based indie-rockers We Were Promised Jetpacks have hit the road once more in 2015 with a string UK and European dates supporting the new album with full steam.   Following a kick off…

The Unthanks @ Roundhouse

Live: The Unthanks @ Roundhouse.

In a pop-rock world where the introduction of folk elements is seen as somewhat gimmicky and often contradicts the real origins of bands, there lies the true folk music subculture that continues to progress forward. And none is a better reflection of the genre’s current state than traditional Northumbrian folk group The Unthanks who continue…

Kid Creole & The Coconuts In Concert at Clapham Grand

Live: Kid Creole & The Coconuts @ Clapham Grand

First there was a party and then there was a party! Kid Creole & the Coconuts stopped by at the historic newly refurbished Clapham Grand in South London to bring some, samba, rumba, salsa and glamour to this intimate venue. August Darnell (Kid Creole) bought his family along for support with the band Stony Browder…

Grant Nicholas @ Bush Hall

Live: Grant Nicholas @ Bush Hall.

For any band to continue full steam ahead for twenty years producing album after album every couple of years is rare. But Welsh rockers Feeder made it through eight studio albums before taking a break. However, the band’s front man and sole songwriter Grant Nicholas seemingly required simply to escape into his own, quietened-down world…

Fields Of The Nephilim live at Shepherds Bush Empire

Live: Fields Of The Nephilim @ The Empire.

Fields Of Nephilim celebrated 30 years of goth darkness with two sold-out shows at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire at the end of December 2014. Not at all what I expected. In fact they delivered one of the shows of that year. Carl McCoy has developed a Hollywood interpretation of his band, with characters appearing out…

In Conversation with Portraits


In Conversation with Portraits


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