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Daily Archives: 5 June 2012

Screw @ The Underworld

5 June 2012 |

London, 30th May

Screw It’s another chance to see this great band from Japan after they played the UK about a year ago and they start of slow feeling content playing slow numbers that just see the band prancing … Read More

SIMIAN GHOST ‘AUTOMATION’ Download single out 18th June on Heist Or Hit Records Co-headlining The Best Fit tour alongside Stealing Sheep in June

5 June 2012 |

Swedish indie-troupe Simian Ghost’s latest album, “Youth”, received substantial critical acclaim when it hit the shops in March. The latest single to be taken from the record “Automation” is a true highlight from that record, a blissed-out slice of perfect … Read More

A CHAT WITH MIRA CALIX “Nothing Is Set In Stone”: A Musical Sculpture

5 June 2012 |

During the Summer Olympics the Central Line, through the heart of London, will take you to tranquil Fairlop Waters, a nature reserve and country park in the London Borough of Redbridge. You can get off at Hainault for ‘Nothing … Read More

KASAR Unveil New Album

5 June 2012 |

KASAR -­‐ “The Piano Has Been Smoking” (Album)    

When a confirmed electronics man like Arnold Kasar returns with renewed passion to his first instrument, in his case the piano, you can be fairly certain of one thing: it … Read More

GUNS N’ ROSES @ O2 Arena

5 June 2012 |

London, 31st May

Guns N’ Roses are in London for two sold-out dates at the massive indoor arena in North Greenwich. Despite the support act (Thin Lizzy) starts its show on time, the hard-rock band hits the stage at … Read More

Death of an Artist – X

5 June 2012 |

Oh Christ. If there’s a dilemma that could only happen to a critic it’s what’s happening now. Y’see, Death of an Artist suffer from mind-numbing averageness, they’re not that bad, they’re not that good, consequently it’s extremely difficult to … Read More

Funeral Suits – Lily Of The Valley

5 June 2012 |

Goddammit this is refreshing. Earlier today I reviewed what might be my 17’439th boring, derivative post-hardcore band and the feeling of switching from that to something as thrillingly unique as the debut from Irish Post-Rockers Funeral Suits is better … Read More

Black Hats – Austerity For The Hoi Polloi

5 June 2012 |

Just few weeks after the first single Kick In The Doors, Black Hats release their first EP, Austerity For The Hoi Polloi, a collection of six anthemic indie tunes.

In spite of the energy and the positive vibes AFTHP … Read More

Jake Mattison – Sorrow

5 June 2012 |

A former recruit of Simon Cowell’s Syco song writing wing, Jake Mattison has launched a career of his own at the slightly later age of 32 after biding his time as a market trader in his home of Manchester. … Read More

Bonobo @ 2932 East

5 June 2012 |

London, 1st June

THREE. HOUR. SET. This weekend may have had most of London focusing on Queenie and her Gary Barlow curated Jubilee concert (featuring many, many music criminals committing further crimes against music), but for a lucky few … Read More