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Live Review: F**ked Up @ Scala

Fucked Up played the Scala tonight to showcase Glass Boys, their fourth studio album and the follow-up to the critically acclaimed 2011 epic, David Comes To Life. Main support came from trendy Brooklyn punks Cerebral Ballzy, who played a short sharp set of thrashing hardcore punk songs about drinking and skateboarding. What’s not to like?…

Live Review: Camden Rocks

No mud, no wellingtons or smelly portaloos. It sounded like my kind of Festival. An amazing selection of 20 venues with more than 200 bands playing an extensive array of genres. Camden Rocks review and photography by Solange Moreira-Yeoell Luckily it was a sunny day, and by midmorning the Camden area was buzzing with gig…

Live Review: Rival Sons @ Scala

The Rival Sons is the kind of band that doesn’t need you to be an extreme fan or for you to have all their albums or know all the lyrics to succumb to their charming rock alchemy, blues, funky & soul. The Californian band has been on the road since 2009, bringing strong influences from blues…

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Live Review: Awolnation @ Shepherds Bush Empire

With an arm embracing a tattoo with the word Grace on  Aaron Bruno the man behind the concept of Awolnation enters the stage with a theatrical silhouette posed against the AN backdrop. Grace is the album by Jeff Buckley that was such an influence on him his songwriting and lifestyle. Three years after its release,…

Live Review: White Denim @ Shepherds Bush Empire

If ever there was a rock band who sucked you in, twisted you into a hypnotic trance and spat you out at the end then it has to be White Denim. Their music encompasses many genres from true progressive styles of early  Blodwyn Pig and Wishbone Ash, to Motown to American jazz fusion bands like…

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