That’s How People Grow Up That’s How People Grow Up’ is disappointing; it is hard to say why though. As a huge Smiths fan, you would think that Morrissey would still be floating my boat but he doesn’t. In fact, he is no where ...Read More

INTERVIEW: The Outline

The Outline are half way through their UK tour with the Australian Rock band, Powderfinger. All the way from the United States of America, The Outline have brought with them a hand full of crunching guitars, crashing vocals and some serious Rock tunes. We ...Read More

INTERVIEW: The Young Knives

The Young Knives Rage Out In Winter When I played telephone line tango with The Young Knives drummer Oliver Askew, it was with a specific topic in mind. You see, there’s a new form of gig-going hitting the nation where VIP tickets gets you ...Read More

ALBUM REVIEW: Groove Armada

Groove Armada, Soundboy Rock Three years in waiting, the Cambridge based trip hop duo is back. But with electro house already well establishing itself as the genre of the musical season how was the duo going to remind the scene of their presence? Taking ...Read More


“She shredded it 10 times better than I’ve ever played it.” Not everyone gets this type of guitar wielding praise from the likes of Dave Grohl. American guitarist and songstress Kaki King has certainly earned praise from the best of the finger twiddling bunch. ...Read More

REVIEW: Chemical Brothers

Chemical Brothers The Roundhouse Camden. 31st May 2007 Science reigns supreme as The Brothers do it again. After waiting for an hour and half to be let back into The Roundhouse due to “some type of emergency” which required everyone to “head to the ...Read More

REVIEW: Lee Thompson

Lee Thompson at The Bullet Bar, Camden I have not been to the Bullet Bar in Camden since March, so decided that a visit was in order despite, or because of, the fact that I did not know any of the artists. The venue ...Read More

INTERVIEW: The Nova Saints

Interview with Steve Waterhouse of The Nova Saints Once upon a time, there was a group of lads men in Bristol. Boredom and a talent for all things insrtumental led these men down a path of (and I quote their press release) ‘spaced out Rock’n’Roll, ...Read More

GIG REVIEW: Mr Smith and the B Flat Band

THE WEEK THAT WAS 93 Feet East, Brick Lane. I don’t know if it was the weather, the smoking ban, or, that everyone’s on holiday; but I have never been to a venue that was as deserted as 93 Feet East last Wednesday. This ...Read More