Author: Harry Moore

Field Day - 2016 Live Review

Field Day - 2016 Live Review

"Don't forget your wellies" read the message on the Field Day Twitter account. Of course it did. Welcome to your British summer of music. And rain. And mud.Wellington boots and waterproofs; it's a familiar tale...

Review posted on 16th June 2016

Field Day 2016 Preview

Field Day 2016 Preview

There are some genuinely huge and historic festivals cemented in the June festival calendar and London's Field Day continues to prove that it's worthy of cement-status. There's a lot to be praised when it comes...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 6th June 2016

The Great Escape 2016 - Review

The Great Escape 2016 - Review

There's an unspectacular, rusty-looking rollercoaster situated at the end of Brighton Pier. As the weekend drew to a close I hobbled past the miserable vomit-inducing eyesore and saw a young boy crying as he, also,...

Review posted on 24th May 2016

The Great Escape 2016 Preview

The Great Escape 2016 Preview

Here are the nine (yes, nine, not ten) artists you don't "have to see" at The Great Escape, because that's just rude and presumptuous, but should certainly scribble down on a bit of paper with...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 10th May 2016

Hurts - Brixton Academy, 13 February 2016 Live Review

Hurts - Brixton Academy, 13 February 2016 Live Review

Has popular music ever been so unpopular? Walk through a London bar and you're more likely to hear someone discussing a new Berlin-based producer who creates music with shoelaces than you are a discussion about...

Review posted on 15th February 2016

Mumford & Sons - 02 Arena 10th December 2015 Live Review

Mumford & Sons - 02 Arena 10th December 2015 Live Review

"To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often" Winston Chrurchill.Now, that's all well and good, Mr Churchill, but for a lot of people change is something to be feared. After all,...

Review posted on 14th December 2015

Django Django - Born Under Saturn Album Review

Django Django - Born Under Saturn Album Review

Doing something for the second time is usually a disappointment. Remember when you watched '12 Years a Slave' for the second time and realised it wasn't that good? Remember when you went back to that...

Review posted on 6th May 2015

Jamie T - Magnolia Melancholia EP Review

Jamie T - Magnolia Melancholia EP Review

It's great to have you back, Jamie. Not many artists could disappear of the face of the earth for a few years and return quite like this. 'Carry on the Grudge', his third album, was...

Review posted on 7th April 2015

Port Isla and Kate Miller at The Lexington Live Review

Port Isla and Kate Miller at The Lexington Live Review

Children have Christmas, chocolate addicts have Easter and new music fans have Spring. It's the time of the year we get to fill up the proverbial Christmas stocking and dine on an assortment of new...

Review posted on 31st March 2015

Field Day 2013 - Preview

Field Day 2013 - Preview

With Field Day 2013 less than two weeks away, now seems like a good time to look at the 5 must-see bands of the festival. After the success of the festival last year it was...

Review posted on 20th May 2013

Noah and the Whale - Palace Theatre 28 April 2013 Live Review

Noah and the Whale - Palace Theatre 28 April 2013 Live Review

It's fair to say that a large amount of creativity has left the music industry. Write and record an album, play a few smaller shows, release the album, begin an overoptimistic tour and start again....

Review posted on 1st May 2013

Little Comets - O2 Shepherds Bush Empire 10th April 2013 Live Review

Little Comets - O2 Shepherds Bush Empire 10th April 2013 Live Review

We all have that one album that defines a section of our lives. It might be the first album you bought, or an album you listened to during a memorable holiday, or an album that...

Review posted on 12th April 2013

M83 - Brixton Academy 8th November 2012 Live Review

M83 - Brixton Academy 8th November 2012 Live Review

Deja vu: the experience of thinking that a new situation had occurred before.Going on holiday to the same place every year has always confused me. The same hotel, the same people, the same sights and...

Review posted on 14th November 2012

Little Comets - Life Is Elsewhere Album review

Little Comets - Life Is Elsewhere Album review

"Kitchen sink indie". This is how the Wikipedia page for Little Comets describes their music. Now, I'm no expert on kitchen sinks, but I've never considered my sink to be a musical genre. I'm not...

Review posted on 8th November 2012

Why? - Electric Ballroom Camden, October, 9th 2012 Live Review

Why? - Electric Ballroom Camden, October, 9th 2012 Live Review

Anticon's flagship rap group, WHY? descended on a packed Electric Ballroom in Camden on Tuesday (October, 9 2012) and they didn't disappoint. But we'll take this in the order of the night's events, and start...

Review posted on 16th October 2012

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LeeFest - 2012

LeeFest - 2012

There's been a lot of talk about the 'difficult 2nd album' recently. The curse that pushed the likes of The Enemy and Glasvegas back out of the revolving indie door, just as quickly as it...

Review posted on 19th July 2012

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