Live Reviews


Quenched Unsigned – No Right to Be Here – FAC251, Manchester 4/12/2010

Its unusual to have epic indie, electro blues and 60s influenced melodic indie on the same bill, but that’s just what’s to come tonight

The Vaccines @ Madame JoJo’s, London 30/11/2010

in six months or so they should have the songs and the presence to warrant the hype, but at the moment they fall short of the hefty expectation that surrounds them.

Delphic @ The Warehouse Project, Manchester 30/10/2010

A blistering homecoming set from Delphic and another notch on their rise to stardom.

The Cat Empire @ Brixton Academy, London 23/10/2010

The band were feeding and thriving from the crowds energy and seemed visibly moved by the reaction they were getting.

No Age @ Stereo, Glasgow 09/10/2010

With the exception of the instrumental intro, most of the set tended to focus on their DIY punk ethos rather than their ambient and experimental one

Everything Everything @ Scala, London, 06/10/2010

Everything Everything flourished and left the mark of a band quickly on their way to great things.

Shout Out Louds – Relentless Garage, Islington 22/09/10

Based on tonight’s show you can’t but wonder why Shout Out Louds haven’t become bigger than the cult status they hold

Chief – Hoxton Bar and Grill, London 31/08/2010

Chief are already a band of substance who have the ability to pen, in a word, anthems.

Reading Festival 2010, Day 3

It was tough coming down on Saturday from the headliner highs, or maybe it was the Silent Disco into the wee hours after

Reading Festival 2010, Day 2

After a sour end to Friday night, it was up to the Indie heavyweights to show their muscle, and pretty much all day on the main stage was where they flexed it.