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There must have been a clause in the artists’ contracts for tonight’s 20th birthday celebration show for the Fierce Panda label’s landmark year that a) suits must be worn and...
Modern Baseball are still probably questioning exactly how they ended up in a basement in Liverpool playing a show to a crowd that knows the words to all their songs, considering...
This may have been a debut show, but it was evident from the bank of computers and desks for lighting and sound taking up nearly a third of The Courtyard's low-ceiling'd room...

Vaults @ The Courtyard, London - 15/05/2014

by LinnBranson on 19 May 2014

Jagwar Ma are one of the best acts to see live at the moment, managing to inject every single song with both the energy of a lazy disdain and a hyperactive raver. From them moment...
We might now be far enough away from the 1990s that we can start thinking about reliving the decade, but it still feels a bit odd to walk into what feels like a school disco...
When The Horrors last took to the stage of the legendary 100 Club in the heart of London's West End, they were described as "five Dickensian wastrels ... who play demented garage...
For a number of reasons, this review is rather late in being published. The upside to this however, is that the weeks which have passed have provided a greater sense of perspective...
Funeral for a Friend is band every guy in their mid 20s knows or is at least aware off. For me personally they defined my school teenage years, back when Emo wasn't a dirty word...
In the midst of the hustle and bustle of a concrete festival such as Liverpool Sound City, Tennis are quietly sound checking in a near empty converted garage. There was a point...

Tennis @ Liverpool Sound City - 02/05/2014

by SeanAtkinson on 11 May 2014

Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen is a sweaty mass of slightly damp Twilight Sad devotees on this, their second sold-out night at the venue. The band have travelled south from Scotland...
Following the release of debut album ‘I Am An Island’, Glasgow-based quartet Fatherson returned home to a raucous crowd, and put on a suitably euphoric show. Performing...

Fatherson @ The Arches, Glasgow – 26/04/2014

by Kyle McCormick on 30 April 2014

TOY’s Shepherd’s Bush gig crowns a busy few months: their second album, ‘Join The Dots’, was released in December, and the early part of 2014 was taken up with a European...

TOY @ Shepherd's Bush Empire, London - 26/04/2014

by AlanAshtonSmith on 28 April 2014

For the duration of their short life, Reuben were the best rock band in the UK. Mainly plying their trade in small, sweaty venues packed with an adoring and dedicated fanbase,...
It’s a Saturday night in Glasgow, maybe everyone’s exhausted and partied out now the McBusted Party Bus has trundled out of town, but the attendance for Penguins Kill Polar...
 It's hard to pin down Seahaven's music style; their first full release 'Winter Forever' is full of energy and big riffs that could easily place them in a Pop/Post Punk...

Seahaven @ Birthdays, London - 18/04/2014

by ArtyKarpinsky on 21 April 2014

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