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Live Review: Tess Parks + Anton Newcombe @ Oslo, London 18.07.15

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Returning with her second single and once again showcasing her uplifting, heartfelt songwriting, London Singer-Songwriter Molly Roberts shines on ‘Hearts’. Not only a display of her effortlessly moving piano and string arrangements, ‘Hearts’ is also a stunning example of Molly’s abilities as vocals with soaring high notes and tight, beautiful harmonies. Thematically melancholic, covering loss, …

So, my annual expedition down to old London town for the mighty Incineration Fest had been thwarted in recent years for obvious reasons, although this year it was back, billed to be bigger and better than ever and with the addition of The Roundhouse to the venue list, it had all the makings to live …

With their Dark, rhythmic Country Rock tonnes, ‘The White Buffalo’ finally return to The Kentish Town Forum in London to showcase more of their recent songs from ‘On the Widow’s Walk’ album. To accompany the headliners Californian based ‘L.A. Edwards’, who recently released a new single ‘The Crow’, fitted in nicely with their sun kissed …

Hertfordshire, UK punk rockers The Subways have released the uniquely shot, fabulously amber-hued video to accompany new single You Kill My Cool, out now via Alcopop! Records. The clip was filmed by London-based director Blake Claridge (The Wanted, Hadouken, Martin Garrix), who says of the visuals: “I’d always wanted to do something with a perpetual …

Excuse me? That joke isn’t funny anymore, huh? Well, with a debut album hitting the top of the charts packed with infectious songs aplenty and sold out gigs throughout the country – Wet Leg are certainly still laughing. The newly crowned indie disco queens continue to capitalise on the instant hit status of Chaise Long. …

By Cath Dupuy Jordan Rakei’s final date of his European/UK tour at 02 Brixton Academy was predestined to be memorable. His finely tuned and exceptionally talented band was augmented with a string quartet, 5 backing singers and extra percussion! Support was from 2 excellent singer-songwriters Ruti and Olivia Dean, both already with big fanbases.Jordan frequently brings …

The Irish country-pop singer Ciara Mary-Alice Thompson, better known as CMAT, released her debut album, ‘If My Wife New I’d Be Dead’, earlier this year and is now on tour in support of the album. Rachel Wonders was there at her London gig to capture the colourful performance of support band Soft Launch and Thompson …

Be afraid. Two candles flicker at the back of the stage. Those flames can never burn brightly enough to pierce the darkness and break the sense of foreboding. It’s Hammersmith outside and pure Hammer horror inside the Apollo tonight. This climax to their ‘Honour the Fire’ tour is the band’s first wanderings for three years …

From Lancaster, The Lovely Eggs are a Husband and Wife duo Holly Ross and David Blackwell deliver a noisy and sublime punk style set at their biggest headline show to date at Heaven in London. The show coincides with the bands last album released two years ago in lockdown which also the reason for tonight’s …

After being cooped up in Auckland for a couple of years it’s appropriate that The Beths give us a lesson in ornithology halfway through this gig. Keen to promote the less flamboyant fauna of their native New Zealand we hear all about the alpine parrot and how it should really be more loved. Bit like …