Mount Kimbie sell out Norwich Arts Centre
Imelda May was the main attraction at November's Bo Nanafana, and the Fine City's biggest swing night did not let her down - the Queen of rockabilly had top billing at Open for the hottest (vintage) ticket in town.
Sure, it looks good – great in fact – and the frequent action is uncompromising and well done, but it’s all a bit ham-fisted.
It’s time to catch up with Bilbo Baggins and his gang of burly, yet crockery-conscious dwarves
The Pyramid Stage is just the most epic stage and I couldn't believe they'd even let me stand side-stage, never mind fucking play on the stage!
We’re having more fun playing than ever before. We’re trying to treat everything like it’s a new chapter.
"I will cheer and yell for the right to free speech, providing it's telling the truth." - Outline's Emma chats to Paul Daniels.
Norwich is fast becoming known for its cabaret scene and on Friday night saw the emergence of a promising new event. Vaudeville group Gossamer Thread brought quality performance and genuine entertainment to an often overtired (and over-tried) genre.
Esmerine add Turkish & Middle Eastern influences to their already beguiling post rock
She really wins me over with her penultimate track Dust & Coal, an infectious little guitar lick alongside solid harmonies.
Much to my dismay singer and bassist Chilli flounced on in a pair of shades.
Nana's Surprise Birthday Party… I was greeted in with a glass of sherry and the night took off like a turbo-powered mobility scooter.
Prehistoric adventures in 3-D-inosaurs!
Ridley and McCarthy team up for thriller, The Counsellor.
Another storming performance from AM.
Their storming hits such as 'Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors' and 'Sparks' seemed as relevant as ever, and the band didn’t seem tiresome of playing them in the slightest.
Old (& not so old) punks rock out
Super Early Bird wrist bands and delegate passes are available... catch that worm!
2014’s theme ‘Beyond the Yellow Brick Road’ has Sir Elton’s lyrical country-idle in mind, so it’s back to the howling old owl in the woods, away from those city slickers who'll do you no good.
The pioneers of stoner-rock have returned to reclaim the beard-and-mirror-shades look from ZZ Top. Dave Wyndorf and his crew are back with 'Last Patrol', Monster Magnet's tenth studio release, comprising nine tracks of classic material.
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