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On Video – Camden Assembly

Having arisen out of the ashes of Venture Lows, East London’s On Video have been making a name for themselves during the Original Article… Syndicated From…

Tony Mcloughlin – True Native

One might expect that an artist would have matured by their seventh album and Tony McLoughlin definitely has Original Article… Syndicated From…

The Clams – Troubadour, Earls Court

It’s almost two years since The Clams revealed themselves with a stunning debut show at The Jameson, Hammersmith. Original Article… Syndicated From…

Dermot Kennedy – Eventim Apollo

Tuesday evening saw the second of a two night run of sold out shows at the Eventim Apollo in London for Irish based singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy. Original Article… Syndicated From…

Cazimi – Late In The Day

The whole album is filled with fine songwriting and playing and it is one that grows on you – it needs to be played loud. Original Article… Syndicated From…

The Basement Paintings – Antipodes

An eleventh-hour contender for the best heavy albums of the year list, this sprawling post-metal piece fills a major gap in the instrumental hard rock scene. Original Article… Syndicated From…

Mice On Mars – Laylow

Westbourne Park isn’t an area you’d immediately associate with sweaty rock ‘n’ roll but Laylow is a cracking gig venue. Original Article… Syndicated From…

Tuff Sunshine – Dig Deeper, Peanut

This one goes out to the indie fans. New York based band Tuff Sunshine have, with their new album ‘Dig Deeper, Peanut’ Original Article… Syndicated From…

Dom Martin – Spain To Italy

This is musical magic and it comes from a delightful young man with a huge future before him. Original Article… Syndicated From…

Spearmint – The Water Rats, London

A refreshing palette cleanser for the psyche. Original Article… Syndicated From…