Tag: Music

Warpaint – Birmingham’s O2 Institute

Having graced the Birmingham O2 Institute almost two years previously to the date, it’s clear that Warpaint are creatures of habit – or just have very firm, OCD management. However having brought out their third studio album, Heads Up, in...

/ 19th May 2017

Is shoegaze back to stay? Let’s hope so – Slowdive album review

A common staple in the life-cycle of music is the re-appraisal of a band’s work – the passing of time can allow an album to breathe, giving it time to settle and find its place in the world after initial...

/ 18th May 2017

Stormzy – Leicester’s O2 Academy

One of the biggest faces of grime tore up the stage, throwing Gang Signs and Prayers around like they were going out of fashion, and us? Well, we all f*cking loved it. Coming onto the UK’s hottest current music scene...

/ 12th April 2017

A Walk Back the Trend Lane: 80’s Makeup Icons

Put on your headphones and let’s travel back in time to the 1980s to remind ourselves of some of the best beauty trends of that decade. For me, the 80’s were by far the best years for vibrant colours and...

/ 10th April 2017

St. Paddy’s Showcase: The Whiskey Rebellion @ BrewDog Leicester

17th of March 2017 saw the Irish festivities hit the streets of Leicester, shamrocks, Irish flags and green top hats paraded around the city and in the evening the bars made sure that the Leicester nightlife was not without some...

/ 28th March 2017

The XX – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena (04/03/17)

The xx were back in Nottingham – four years after their last shows in Britain – for the first night of the UK leg of the I See You world tour. The band have a busy schedule ahead of them, including a sold-out residency...

/ 11th March 2017

Chris Lorenzo set to headline Leicester’s Streetlife in March

The house DJ is headlining Streetlife on March 10, as part of Lucid Presents: Chris Lorenzo. Lorenzo, who has both DJed and produced with the likes of Hannah Wants, DJ Zinc and Katy B, will be headlining the night with support from Taim,...

/ 9th February 2017

Interview Time : SLAVES

Slumped on the sofa, complaining about the wifi but being as charming as ever, Slaves are exactly what you’d expect. With their overall relaxed aura and friendly attitude it was clear that everyone’s favourite misfits were going to provide both...

/ 2nd February 2017

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