Tag: i am demon

Daisy – Murder Porn – EP Review

Daisy marks Oxford-based musician Luke Allmond’s third and most sombre project. Currently gaining momentum in the Oxfordshire area, the first EP Murder Porn gives a tantalising taste of, what I hope, is the mere tip of the iceberg. The EP...

/ 18th January 2017

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Modern Ruin – Album Review

From a quick glance, it’s easy to see that Frank Carter’s discography is eclectic. He first caught our attention spearheading the British hardcore punk scene as the frontman for Gallows. Leaving the band due to musical differences was made clear...

/ 17th January 2017

A quick chat with By The Rivers

What do you both do in the band?  Nile – I just do the P.R. and dish out the towels, I’m joking I sing, play guitar and do a bit of song writing. Brogan – I play bass and do...

/ 11th January 2017

The Demon’s Top 10 Albums of 2016

When it comes to music, this year’s been more fruitful than a fruit salad. Who cares about Trump when you’ve got Beyoncé? With the rise of grime throughout the course of the year, and some of the biggest acts in...

/ 31st December 2016

Red Hot Chili Peppers – Birmingham’s Genting Arena

Many people consider the Red Hot Chili Peppers to be on a slight decline in their careers at the moment. Since the departure of legendary guitarist John Frusciante, and 2011’s I’m With You, which wasn’t necessarily a hit amongst …

/ 16th December 2016

20 Years of Placebo – Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena

  Placebo launched their ’20 Years of Placebo’ World Tour earlier this year, and they are jetting around the world for the biggest birthday party of their career. At their concert in Nottingham on the December 6, Brian Molko and...

/ 15th December 2016

Fickle Friends – Leicester’s The Scholar

Fickle Friends sound like they’ve sucked up the 80s through a red stripy straw and casually spewed its liquid glamour pop essence about the stage like Madonna’s garden sprinkler. The inspiring Thursday-night extravaganza held at the smaller room of the...

/ 29th November 2016

Ed Harcourt and Nathaniel Rateliff – Leicester’s De Montfort Hall

“If someone sang this song to me, I’d totally suck their d*ck”, so elegantly declared Missouri-born blues-fuser Nathaniel Rateliff in his Dad-jiving Thursday-night performance at the contradictorily-glamorous venue, De Montfort Hall. The smokey-voiced rocker raised the roof with his jamming...

/ 22nd November 2016

A Little Life, by Hanya Yanagihara: On the Demon Bookshelf

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/ 18th November 2015

On the Demon bookshelf: How to Build a Girl – by Caitlin Moran

On the Demon Bookshelf: How To Build A Girl Caitlin Moran is currently one of the most prominent feminist writers in popular literature. Having previously read her semi-autobiographical work, How To Be A Woman, I bought How To Build A...

/ 28th October 2015