Tag: Post Punk

Four Decades of Adolescence: The Psychedelic Furs @ O2 Forum Kentish Town

Gathering together to play a sold-out London show are a band synonymous with American college rock of the 1980s, although they emerged from the UK punk scene in ’77 and grew a post punk fan base across Europe.  The Psychedelic Furs are often best remembered for emotional songs which became the figurative soundtrack of adolescence and the literal soundtrack of movies about adolescence.  With a front man now in his sixties how has the band evolved?  Before the audience get to find that out, what will they make of post punk grand dame Lene Lovich? Always an extrovert and...

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Live: Cabbage & Blossoms @ The Roundhouse

I like the Roundhouse. If you can accept the compromised sight lines and sound, there’s something kind of cool about watching a band in an engine shed. It’s run by a charitable trust, which means it’s looked after; your feet don’t stick to the floor. Tonight, the giant dome is hosting the NME Awards Tour 2017, sponsored by VO5 – a fact that single-handedly makes it sound the least rock ‘n’ roll thing to exist since Tony Blackburn. Gracing the tour are a triumvirate of artists from the North West: Rory Wynne, Cabbage and Blossoms. I’m primarily here for...

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