Category: Live Music

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Jagwar Ma | Tilla Films x altmusicbox

“Who needs MD?” Jagwar Ma’s psychedelic dance trip was caught live by Tilla Films in collaboration with altmusicbox. | O2 Forum

Jagwar Ma’s perfect balance of dance and pop worked the common Aussie recipe of droning psych and earworm worthy choruses to a tee (see Tame Impala and The Avalanches). Addictive beats got the floor fittingly sweat and drink covered, so no – no MD necessary. Joe at Tilla Films shows us why:

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Editor's PickFestivalsLive Music

‘Everybody needs to do it in their lifetime’: Reading Festival 2016.

Not new to Reading’s reputation, New Music Editor Tabitha Green visited the iconic festival to check the validity of its hype. As a Reading first timer, I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect...

Live Music

Chinese Man – Kentish Town | Review

Guest writers Rex Fisher and Will Calder visited the French hip-hoppers ‘Chinese Man’ to show us the real ins and outs of dance-fuelled euphoria. Spoilers: it was fucking good. I don’t get...

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Band ReviewsEditor's PickLive Music

The Last Shadow Puppets – Usher Hall – 26/03/16

The notable hype surrounding The Last Shadow Puppets’ upcoming second album hung heavy in the air, creating an electric atmosphere the likes of the notorious Edinburgh wind could not blow away...

Band ReviewsEditor's PickLive MusicSolo artists

NME Awards 2016 live review

The NME Awards has once again come and gone, filling up Brixton Academy with the biggest music stars of today and of tomorrow. Epic live performances were in store intersected with awkward alcohol fuelled...

Band ReviewsLive Music

Cage The Elephant live at Queen Margaret Union

Matt Schultz disappears over the balcony as the last crackles of Saber Tooth Tiger fizzle out at the end of a triumphant encore. It has become clear that Matt Schultz and co. know how to put on a damn...

Band ReviewsLive Music

Django Django, Barrowland Ballroom

Heather Ferguson was more than impressed with London boys Djano Django and she is here to tell us why… I have something to admit, that before the 3rd, I have never danced so shamelessly in my life....

Band ReviewsLive Music

The Vaccines, o2 Brixton Academy Review

Kristian Culmer poses some interesting ideas after seeing The Vaccines in Brixton, but was still impressed by the bands third album nonetheless… The Vaccines first emerged in 2011 with their...

Live Music


Mumford and Sons set out to impress and did just that… Nothing other than a brilliant night was delivered by Mumford and Sons as they continue on their UK tour, with nothing other than brilliance...