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LIVE REVIEW: The Murder Capital & Egyptian Blue at Heartbreakers, Southampton; This Years Tour That People Will Want to Say “I Was There!”

For a handful of years post-punk has been at the heart of the indie/alternative scenes but in 2019 Dublin has proved over and over that right now no one can beat the post-punk coming from it right now; on Saturday… Continue Reading

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LIVE REVIEW: Foals, with support from Yak. “I have two words for you: Foals Forever”.

  Tonight’s support Yak specialise in excess. Their latest album Pursuit of Momentary Happiness is a study in kissing the edges, not just in its execution but in how it sparked to life from the perilous existence of frontman Oli Burslem… Continue Reading

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GIG REVIEW: Hatchie, with support from Katy J Pearson. The Louisiana, Bristol. Brisbane’s dream-pop diva delivers.

  Formerly one half of Stroud duo Ardyn, whose output was limited to a smattering of releases a couple of years back, Katy J Pearson is returning from something of a creative and commercial hiatus. Now standing on her own… Continue Reading

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LIVE REVIEW: Steve Lamacq ‘Going Deaf For a Living’ The Tour. Southampton, The Joiners. Part Seminar, Part Comedy, Part Theatre; The Fascinating Journey of a Music Fan.

Chatting with Steve before, after and during the show his passion for grassroots venues bled with every word and mannerism. Steve spoke with the venue staff and I about how the tour came about and when shown posters of upcoming… Continue Reading

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GIG REVIEW: Drahla, Sleep Eaters, Happy 2000 & Web at Southampton, Heartbreakers 12.5.2019; A Pleasureable Audio Assault From All Four Acts.

It had been a roasting hot May Sunday the day after the legendary The Great Escape Festival in Brighton when Drahla came to Southampton which by all means is not the ideal conditions for a gig but each of the… Continue Reading

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GIG REVIEW: Sleaford Mods With Support Liines; The Perfect Working Class Night Out Because It’s Not All That Stereotypically Working Class. The Old Firestation, Bournemouth, 3.5.2019.

When support act Liines announced on the Facebook event the early curfew and therefore their early stage time there’s a level of reluctance to rush down to the venue but when Liines had a healthy sized crowd who were in… Continue Reading

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FESTIVAL COVERAGE: Washed Out Festival 2019, Brighton. An Event To Be Proud Of.

    “I say scream if you love punk rock! Because punk, it never asked us to punch a clock. It never cares if you’re on time. And punk never told you to shut your mouth; punk loves to bitch… Continue Reading

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GIG REVIEW: Chloe Foy With Support From Cherry; Chloe Mesmerised The Audience Who Will In Future Gloat ‘I saw Chloe Foy at 60 Million Postcards’ 16.4.2019

‘Cherry’s voice shone through with power and her lead players work was sublime leaving us to feel that more is yet to come of this duo.’ Opening tonight’s event was the competent Cherry who played heavy thrashed acoustic guitar with… Continue Reading

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FESTIVAL COVERAGE: BBC 6 Music Festival 2019 In Liverpool; ‘By Day’ Highlights

If you read our last post, you’ll be aware of the format of BBC 6 Music’s festival in Liverpool so skip ahead a couple of paragraph’s and get into the good stuff; the highlights! Last weekend Underscore Part 3 attended… Continue Reading