Sorcha Richardson live

Servants Jazz Quarters – Tuesday 23 July Sorcha Richardson has been buzzing around for a while, but this is her first visit to London, and she’s chosen the tiny Servants Jazz Quarters for her debut show in the capital. It also happens to be the hottest day of the year to date, and so thisContinue reading “Sorcha Richardson live”

Amber Arcades, The Dome

The Dome, Tufnell Park,  Wed 10th October The Dome is empty on this Wednesday night, but there’s a couple of hours to go before Amber Arcades grace the stage.  Thankfully opener The Underwater Boys are on stage and ready, their singer having been struggling to get him and his bike through the queue until me and my friendsContinue reading “Amber Arcades, The Dome”

Ghostpoet & EERA at Roundhouse London

9th November 2017 With a thunderous quiver EERA and her band mates launch into Living. Her songs are like steely clouds, heavy in the venue. With black lips and a white guitar that’s bigger than she is, she’s a captivating force on the stage, vivid and expressive. Melodies swim sullenly over guttural assaults of chordsContinue reading “Ghostpoet & EERA at Roundhouse London”

Cate Le Bon @ Revelation

December 16th 2016 When I was a teenager there was nothing to do in Ashford, bar kick around bemoaning life, sharing a single portion of chips between twenty of us in McDonald’s, and drinking too much cheap beer. Music, art, culture and community were on the thin side, and we had to travel to London toContinue reading “Cate Le Bon @ Revelation”

Slow Club live at Paper Dress Vintage

A vintage clothing shop cum cafe slash bar with a gig venue, Paper Dress Vintage is one of those places that tries to be all things to all womena and men, and somehow succeeds. Slow Club are down for a four week residency, playing stripped back versions of the songs from their new album, onlyContinue reading “Slow Club live at Paper Dress Vintage”