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Daily Archives: 22 February 2015

Andreya Triana – Live @ The Lexington

22 February 2015 |

Wednesday 18th February, London

Andreya Triana has an uneasy but extraordinarily endearing presence tonight. She is clearly nervous, awkwardly shuffling around the stage, giggling and cracking dorkish jokes, but also in complete control, confident in her abilities and of … Read More

Soundcrash Announce Shigeto + Slugabed + DjRum + Anchorsong

22 February 2015 |


Four of the most promising and exciting musicians out there in the iconic east london warehouse, the Village Underground for one incredible all nighter of live production, fine beats and hypnotic vibes – … Read More


22 February 2015 |

Wednesday 4th February, High Wycomb

Fairport Convention have developed an international reputation. They’re the original English folk rock band, formed in the 1960s and considered the most significant artists in their specific genre. Their legendary album Liege & Lief was … Read More

Ternary – Live @ Irish Cultural Centre

22 February 2015 |

Thursday 12th February, Paris

In the little yet spacious room of the Irish Cultural Centre, Ternary trio perform for the very first time, bringing together three nationalities: Irish bassist Ronan Guilfoyle, Swiss pianist Marie Krüttli and French drummer Christophe Lavergne. … Read More

Dimensions Festival Croatia Announce Opening Concert

22 February 2015 |

Four Tet Live, Little Dragon and Floating Points Live headline the Dimensions opening concert in Pula’s stunning 2000-year old Roman amphitheatre

Moodymann, Ben Klock, Lil Louis, Mount Kimbie (DJ set), John Talabot, Surgeon, Rodhad, … Read More

ENTER SHIKARI – The Mindsweep

22 February 2015 |

Enter Shikari begin The Mindsweep with an ‘Appeal’, stating: ‘You’ve no idea what you’ve got yourself into’. What follows is an energetic rapture of synths, screams and political rants; our eyebrows are not raised, though expectations are met, albeit with … Read More