Thought-provoking, at times perhaps a little clichéd, but entirely relevant and altogether rather beautiful.
This surely confirms them as one of the most innovative and original acts to emerge in 2019
..borders on great and well worth a listen
The title track itself has taken on a much more electronic sound, and sets the scene for the album as a whole, while maintaining Chapel Club’s distinctive vocals.
Mark Bryan, aka tHE bLUE rOOM, blew his house deposit in his early 20’s on instruments and hasn’t stopped making music since.
It’s the subtlety of his music that really gets to you.
"I’ve got two tickets to the Wheatus gig baby, come with me Sunday, don't say maybe"
Sam get the Blues at Epic
I’m going to take this next sentence to be all reflective and nostalgic – a REview before the PREview, if you will. 2012 was GREAT.
If you have lots of cake and coffee, like me, and then read this list, you will know that there is a lot for you to be excited about too!:!:!:!:!
OMG Oktober is a fucken feast. Obviously the Norwich music event of the year is happening...
He raps about his own real everyday life.
Up and coming scream metal band SWARMED are ditching sleepy Wymondham for rock and roll infamy ...
We found out more from Kate Tempest ahead of her gig at Nick Rayns LCR on Friday 8th November
After their critically acclaimed debut album, Snapped Ankles are back touring their brilliantly outlandish second LP....
We spoke to Owen of Hot Chip, ahead of their Norwich gig on October 24that Nick Rayns LCR, UEA
Liverpudlian indie-rock four-piece The Night Café are due to release their anticipated debut album in late August
You know you have witnessed a great gig at the Arts Centre when the security have been clappin’ and hollerin’ with as much, if not more, enthusiasm as anyone opinion the audience!
If I was going to recommend anyone to go see this year it would be Jade Bird. She opened with the first song on the new album “Ruins”, a song that epitomises her unique blend of vulnerability, powerful grungy vocals and country guitar
The new material, in particular Kite, Tallulah, and Guillotine come over really well besides the classic Feeder material High, Feeling A Moment, Just The Way I’m Feeling, Come Back Around, Just The Way I’m Feeling, Comfort In Sound and of course Buck Rogers.
After taking their bows together, she and Clare Uchima leave the stage, and an audience that has just given them the biggest, most rapturous, ovation that I can ever remember hearing at the LCR.
What a night.
..it was with some trepidation that I went along to see him play with his Bastard Sons, and I desperately wanted to like what I found. What a pleasure it is, therefore, to report what a great band they are....