Chris Grosset

Music, Venue

Live Review: Sundara Karma

Sundara Karma are an indie outfit who have been churning out singles, touring the country and cultivating a fan base since aged eighteen. Their next project comes in the form of their debut album, Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect, due for release in 2017. The record will mark the band’s leap into a…


Live Review: Kevin Pearce @ The Bicycle Shop

With a new single on the way – ‘Jump’ on 21st October – and an album set for release early next year, Essex folk musician Kevin Pearce has already established an active and loyal fan-base. ‘Jump’ will be the start of a developed, more textured an electronic sound from Pearce, a swerve from the traditional folk-style he became known…


Live Review: Guadalupe Plata @ The Crypt

On their first ever UK tour, Spanish psychedelic-blues trio Guadalupe Plata took to Norwich’s Crypt in support of their latest self-titled album (released 2015). Known for their eclectic mix musical styles from punk and psychedelic-rock, to Delta blues and flamenco, Chris Grosset went to see how they took on one of the city’s finest venues.   The…

Music, OldVenue

Gig Review – Little Comets & Hippo Campus

To set the scene; the Norwich Open was set for a smaller and more intimate gig. The large and grand main hall was reserved for the bar only and the stage was set in the smaller secondary room. On entering what felt like a secret gig, where the lighting was dim and there was a…

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