MONEY live at The Lexington

November 10th 2015 The Lexington is a small venue, a proper pub with a hipster sensibility. MONEY make big songs, expansive and grandiose. So tonight, it seems a fitting place for a warm up show ahead of the release of forthcoming album Suicide Songs and gigs next year at London’s Village Underground, a step back intoContinue reading “MONEY live at The Lexington”

Sky Larkin: wave after wave of brilliance

Given that they are about to kick of their UK tour to support new album Motto, the one subject to rave reviews, 8/10 ratings and general buzz, Katie Harkin, founder, writer, singer and guitarist of Sky Larkin would be forgiven for feeling nervous or frantic, buzzing about the attention she is receiving and anxious asContinue reading “Sky Larkin: wave after wave of brilliance”

Grass House – Marshall Teller

So on first listen of Grass House‘s I Was A Streetlight I feared a bit of Mumfords. But then I realised the voice had depth, the chords brimmed with real intensity, the sound was one of life lived rather than one imagined, and, I liked them. Released on Marshall Teller on Sept 2nd. The songContinue reading “Grass House – Marshall Teller”

Story Books – Peregrine

A while back we came across this six piece band called Story Books and thought how nice it is to see some bands from our home county of Kent, and even better to hear that they’re great.  Now everyone’s in on the act Bloc Party asked them to support their recent show at the Koko,Continue reading “Story Books – Peregrine”

The Cast of Cheers & Theme Park on tour

Just the names of the bands mean it’s likely to be the best night ever. We had Cast of Cheers down as Ones to Watch in 2011 and reviewed album Chariot this time last year, and Theme Park have been getting us excited for a while, (see Gigs Of The Week) and have recently been votedContinue reading “The Cast of Cheers & Theme Park on tour”