Live Review: Yonaka

Yonaka Academy 2, Manchester, 20 November 2019 Words by Gary Lambert and Elena Katrina Photos by Gary Lambert Since I’ve been able to take photographs for myself at gigs, it has been a regular occurrence for me to go to watch my favourite bands on my own.  But when Yonaka supported by Zuzu and Rusalka … Continue reading

Live Review: FEET – London

FEET Camden Assembly, London, 22nd October 2019 Words & Photography: Amy Butcher Do you ever discover a band and after listening to a few tracks they immediately become one of your favourite bands? That’s what happened to me when I first listened to FEET’s Ad Blue.  Whether it’s the groovy bass lines, addictive guitar melodies … Continue reading

Live Review: The Amazons – Newcastle

The Amazons O2 Academy, Newcastle, 12th November 2019 Words and Photography: Callum Robinson The Amazons hit Newcastle like a storm on a cold Tuesday night at the O2 Academy with support from the excellent The Mysterines and Demob Happy!  Having recently supported Sea Girls, The Mysterines started off the night. With powerful guitar riffs, drum … Continue reading

Live Review: Freya Ridings – Newcastle

Freya Ridings O2 Academy, Newcastle, 11th November 2019 Words and Photography: Lauren Mellor As an opening night of tour, Newcastle is certainly a great place to get warmed up.  And is there much better than seeing a female-powered gig? Well that’s certainly what Freya’s performance, and admittedly her full tour, provides. It’s really empowering to … Continue reading

Live Review: Bear’s Den – Newcastle

Bear’s Den Newcastle University, Newcastle, 10 November 2019 Words and Photography: Callum Robinson On a cold November night in Newcastle, Bear’s Den filled the crowd with warmth and emotion as they played to a full house at Newcastle University. I’ve been wanting to see Bear’s Den ever since they released their album Islands, back in … Continue reading

Live Review: Berries – London

Berries COLOURS, London, 6th November 2019 Words: Nick Jacques It was a special night for the band Berries. They graced the stage at Colours (formerly known as the Hoxton Bar & Kitchen) to promote their new EP Lies along with some exciting support in the shape of Chorus Girl and The Franklys.  Colours is an … Continue reading

Live Review: Saint Agnes – London

Saint Agnes Dingwalls, London, 24th October 2014 Words: Nicolas Jacques Photos: Amy Butcher Ah the Dingwalls of Camden….. A venue that is steeped in history and to this day has managed to retain its status as a prominent venue for punk and rock royalty. And on this occasion, the stage was graced by London’s very … Continue reading

Live Review: Pom Poko – London

Pom Poko The Scala, London, 23rd October 2019 Words: Nick Jaques When I rocked up to the familiar sight of the Scala, from the outside amongst the usual buzzing surroundings, there was a lack of activity on the door, which I found a bit precarious as this gig promised to showcase some of the most … Continue reading

Live Review: The Peach Fuzz – Liverpool

The Peach Fuzz Phase One, Liverpool, 18th October 2019 Words & Photos: Elena Katrina This was not the first time I’d seen The Peach Fuzz this year, nor was it the first time I’d seen main support Saytr Play. It was a bit of a dangerous mix and I think, this time, for me the … Continue reading

Live Review: Ten Tonnes – London

Ten Tonnes/h2> Electric Brixton, London, 10th October 2019>/h5> Words: Claire Hingley Well, I`ve seen Ten Tonnes so many times, that I’ve actually lost count. Alone this year I have seen him 8 times and he is just SO good live, that it still doesn’t seem enough to me! Now, unless you`ve been living under a … Continue reading

Live Review: The Big Moon – London

The Big Moon The Lexington, London, October 17th 2019 Words & Photos: Amy Buther Ever since I saw The Big Moon at Standon Calling festival earlier this year I have been obsessed with this four-piece and their music. Their debut album ‘Love in a 4th Dimension’ and recent singles ‘It’s Easy Then’ and ‘Your Light’ have … Continue reading

Just Listen: The Ninth Wave – Human Behaviour

The Ninth Wave – Human Behaviour Words: Elena Katrina The Ninth Wave have found something a little warmer in the latest track Human Behaviour. Don’t get me wrong there’s still the dramatic despair emanating from the vocal of lead singer Haydn. The band have kept their gothic vibe soundscape with swirls of guitar that caress. … Continue reading

Live Review: Red Rum Club – Liverpool

Red Rum Club o2 Academy Liverpool, 28th September 2019 Words & Photos: Elena Katrina  I have lost count the number of times I have seen Red Rum Club play – this year alone it’s been more times than I can count on one hand and over the last few years? Not a clue…. is “shit … Continue reading

Live Review: Fangclub

Fangclub The Zanzibar Club, Liverpool, 2 October 2019 Words and Photos by Gary Lambert All of a sudden it seemed, according to Facebook posts, that winter had hit. People were turning the heating on, dusting off the hot water bottles, and playing competitive coldness. But why put the fire on when you could go to … Continue reading

Live Review: Sophie and The Giants – Liverpool

Sophie and The Giants Sound, Liverpool, 30 September 2019 Words and Photos by Gary Lambert Sophie and The Giants are a band that come with a great reputation, and I was feeling pretty left out on the hype that is building around them purely because I had missed watching them at so many festivals. Fortune … Continue reading

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