Often, we barely notice them. Sometimes, the odd track moves us enough to search for its source online. Then there’s that one film. That one film where the soundtrack surpasses the content of the actual film itself, or at...
Ah, the musical competition, the age-old pop culture phenomenon. There’s The Voice.   There’s X-factor, child of Simon Cowell, who once also fathered Pop Idol, which is totally different because it involves singing (see: The Voice). And don’t forget...
On Monday 13th February, Laura Marling graced Goldsmith's SU, The Stretch with her presence and humbleness, discussing and performing songs from her upcoming album, Semper Femina. Marling explains that the album title translates as 'Always Woman' which is a...
Brighton-based four-piece indie rockers Black Honey graced the Norwich Arts Centre, supported by the contemporaries PINS and Russo, as part of their expansive UK autumn tour. For a band that has not visited Norwich often, as lead singer Izzy B....
Openers King Nun make themselves known to the audience when they jump into action, with raw-edged and suitably loud Tulip. Lead singer and guitarist Theo uses the small stage to his full advantage, jumping about whilst narrowly avoiding his...
After a 16 year wait, Leftfield’s new album Alternative Light Source, released in June this year, has brought progressive house back to the forefront of electronic music. Although the last album release before this one was in 1999 with...