Pale Waves, Our Girl, and BLOXX make for a night of incredible live music: Phoebe reviews the DIY Class of 2018 gig for Insanity.
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The October 17th gig at Scala was something of a homecoming for the South London indie-rock band, and what a homecoming it was.
2016 has been a ludicrously exciting year for new music, and one of the bands at the very forefront of that are Transviolet. Having only released four songs to the world so far, they’ve already attracted an ever-expanding hardcore fanbase, […]
Enter Shikari are one of the few bands that require no introduction, partly because any attempt to describe their music would result in the same confusion as a discussion of the meaning of life with an infant. These genre-hopping […]
Every so often a band comes along that makes you question why everybody else settles for musical mediocrity when they could strive for so much more. Marmozets showed promise from the moment they burst on the scene, fresh-faced teenagers […]
The best sort of gig is always the one in a tiny, dingy underground bar in the back streets of a city – and Manchester is as good as any! I haven’t had time to attend many of these […]
One of the things I love the most about travelling around London to different gigs is the discovery of new gig venues. The Boston Music Room in Islington is now one of my favourites – and that’s before I even […]
It’s very rare that you find a band which entices you so much that you want to see them again and again. There’s just something about Superfood’s nonsensical and seemingly odd lyrics about TVs and bubbles which makes me want […]
The rock/fusion power trio The Aristocrats – featuring Guthrie Govan on guitar, Bryan Beller on bass, and Marco Minnemann on drums – are back on tour in support of their second studio album, Culture Clash, released last summer to serious […]