L.A. SPRING Location: Camden Assembly, great venue; fairly small but a cool space to see live music, with groovy lighting to enhance all the bands onstage. Support Acts: Temple of Anyone: “Really great sound; two vocalists with varying tones and […]
Interview – Dan Croll
We interview Dan Croll, and talk about his new album, his song making process, and how music wasn’t always his plan.
A Conversation with Sir Ben Kingsley
Royal Holloway hosted Sir Ben Kingsley for a talk on the Holocaust. We report from it.
÷ by Ed Sheeran
Charlotte reviews Ed's third studio album, released in March. What does she think?
One Sentence Review: Slide – Calvin Harris, Frank Ocean and Migos
The latest Calvin Harris single is another hit, this time on the R&B/Hip-Hop charts. The hot track features that of the talented Frank Ocean, and rappers Quavo and Offset from the hip-hop group Migos. Will it be such a success with our music team?
CONCERT REVIEW: TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB
Two Door Cinema Club Irish born Two Door Cinema Club closed their UK tour with two sold out events at Alexandra Palace in north London. The atmosphere throughout the evening was not only incredible but also sustained, which was clearly […]
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Idlside Idlside, the energetic Indie-Rock from Bath, take on Coffee House Sessions this week. Their youthful vibrance and professionalism has been largely praised when reviewing their performances and music releases, supporting bands such as VANT, Native People and The Ramona Flowers. Check […]
Escape, by Kehlani Kehlani is an American singer-songwriter from California. At the young age of 21 years, she’s already been a finalist on America’s Got Talent in a group ‘Poplyfe’, as well as being nominated last year for the Best Urban […]
EP Review – The Breach by Dionysia The latest EP by Dionysia kicks off with strong guitar riffs from the track “Glory”, a solid opening to the rest of the album. The song has powerful vocals and is directed at […]
Tom Pointer The young Tom Pointer from Southampton embarks on his first set of gigs on the Coffee House Sessions Tour this week, playing at Royal Holloway on Monday 30th January. His influence of Rock and Roll mixed with lively Jazz, creates […]
The next artist to hit the road on the Coffee House Sessions tour is Sonia Stein, a young artist whose ‘synth-pop’ style plays at your heart strings. And with her most recent single ‘One of Those Things’, released back in […]
Satisfaction, by The Bay Rays The garage punk/rock trio ‘The Bay Rays’ are definitely ones to watch. Originating from Kent, the band have already achieved so much, such as supporting The Slaves on tour and even playing at Glastonbury in 2016, and their […]
The award winning musician Mark Sullivan, is the first artist to start 2017 on the Coffee House Sessions tour. The talented singer/songwriter released his most recent album at the beginning of December, and is due to play at Royal Holloway […]
Herside Story, by Hare Squead The new hip-hop trio from Ireland, recently released their latest track ‘Herside Story’, for all those reminiscing summer. Although they may attract an audience with an ‘acquired taste’, as evidenced below, they nonetheless are moving up […]
Parish considers selling ageing churches to build new ones to better serve the local community The Catholic parish of Egham has calculated that it would need 1.3 million pounds to bring its two churches, Our Lady of the Assumption and […]
Hallucinating, by Elohim The upcoming electro-pop artist from L.A, Elohim (‘God’ in Hebrew), brings a very unique style of music to the table. With a warm, intoxicating feel of synth-pop, dreamy vocals and electric beats, ‘Hallucinating’ brings a rollercoaster of imaginings. […]
Surrey County Council are facing the High Court in a recycling battle. The council imposed charges for the dumping of non-household waste at recycling centres. Facing these charges Surrey residents could take the council to the High Court as they […]