Sadly at 10pm it was over, when it felt like we were just starting.Read full Article >
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I have been fortunate enough to have visited the Cambridge Folk Festival on two occasions on behalf of Outline and they were brilliant days of sublime music. Pick of my trip in 2016 were Stick In The Wheel, and I’ve been impatiently waiting for them to visit Norwich ever since.Read full Article
Two things gave this year’s tour an extra edge of anticipation – firstly they are promoting their first new album in 10 years Evil Spirits, and secondly bassist Paul Gray has re-joined the band, having initially spent three successful years with them starting in 1980.
Acid Mothers of Temple play Norwich once a year and you can always guarantee I will be in the queue to see them
Exciting, beautiful, ambitious, emotional and ultimately 57 years old.
A well drilled machine
I wasn’t ever able to get over the fact that Arthur wasn’t there.
Captivating, educational and entertaining.
Truly good for the soul.
Didn’t quite match my extremely high expectations
A night of sophisticated, tasteful music
One of those once in a lifetime opportunities
This self-titled album is everything that has gone before, but better.
Heavy fucking metal made me do it.
Clean and crisp with plenty of bass.
A colossal set in a room full of craziness
A very special night of live music indeed.
A good gig, but not a great one
My love for the band has been completely reinvigorated
The very definition of seasoned pros.
Left me wanting more
Hip hop royalty was in the house
The kind of live show I probably thought I’d never see again.
He has the purest falsetto I have ever heard
A mind-blowing trip
Thank you Norwich Sound & Vision for everything you have done for us
"My clothes were literally being blown by the bass wind"
My first black metal gig, but unlikely to be my last.
It’s always a special gig that turns a Sunday night into the best night of the week.
Killer Hurts, Back Down Or Die, Shrapnel and D.R.I go hardcore.
Roy just didn’t play his vibes enough
Techno and visuals from ex-Kraftwerk legend
Classic 80's songsmiths at the Waterfront
A captivating evening at the Theatre Royal
A confident Django Django impress at the Waterfront
Punk from Mali at the Spiegeltent
The always controversial Mark E Smith at NAC
UFO play the Waterfront
Mega bands at NAC
Classic punks at the Waterfront
Jungle busy earnin' at UEA!
Roots reggae, dub and dancehall at Open
I had my expectations hugely exceeded
A long set mostly filled with songs that I have known since my youngest teenage years
You can’t really argue with someone that only refers to himself in the third person, something I’m hoping to do myself one day.
Yet another brilliant night at the Norwich Arts Centre.
A great band playing in a great new venue.
Shameless rock 'n' roll the old fashioned way.
Brilliant band, excellent show, we were lucky to have them.
Two memorable performances at NAC...
They had us eating out of their hands from R.I.P. Rik Mayall.
Hugh rocks the Theatre Royal
Often lazily tagged as a stoner rock band, it’s fair to say in 2014 they are simply a great rock ‘n’ roll band.
'I’m Sad About It' and 'Hangman’s Token' were sensational – ass kicking, hell raising, down ‘n’ dirty stuff.
Like many of the older reggae artists Horace’s voice sounded absolutely perfect – sweet, delicate and soulful.
Jake explained featured lyrics written in 1983 after a night on the town with Phil Lynott! Oh to have been a fly on the wall that night…
It was a true privilege to witness a living legend in the flesh, especially one who was clearly having such a blast onstage.
"His playing was tasteful, without ever being flashy, and he has been the main reason for the bands upturn in fortunes over recent years..."