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Occasionally you get a left-of-field support act that reminds you that you can think outside the box and still be entertaining.
Opener Belles Will Ring set a deceptively calm mood with their harmonious indie rock serving as an inviting opener to the night. Though it doesn’t matter who you are, it’d be tough opening for Britpop legends.
When’s the last time you were genuinely excited about a band? That they lived up to the hype and blew you out of the water after all the cryptic online clues, NME speculation and mystery. I approached WU LYF’s show … Continue reading
All Dandys shows should come with a disclaimer: choose your own ending. Pick whether you want to leave on the ultimate high, or the unfortunate, outstayed the welcome but saved it with the last song high.
It began with that all too familiar female voice, saying the unforgettable words: “Ladies and gentlemen, we are floating in space.” Everything to follow was as close to perfection as a live performance recreating a seminal album can attempt to … Continue reading
There’s a fire alarm going off. At first it seems like it’s part of the song – ok, that’s a bit weird but I can handle it. Then the song ends, and we all start to notice the amber lights … Continue reading
Mark Ronson, the UK producer who seems to be the Madonna of male artists, transforming with each album, and his Business International – made up most notably of Spank Rock, MNDR, Rose Elinor Dougall and Alex Greenwald – was so … Continue reading