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Sidewinder live at The Bell in Sawtry

Well fortunately it was a local gig I wandered down to last night as it was chucking it down, to see Sidewinder. As you will tell from the poster Heavy Metal – Cover Band – have I lost the plot? Well no, there are times when this space makes sense and although Eddie – the […]

Audiogold and Gentlemen Duke – 14/01/2012 The Enterprise Camden

Once again, many thanks to Andy Carlin for the review, on this occasion here are his thoughts on Audiogold and Gentlemen Duke. On arriving at The Enterprise there is little to set it apart from the multitude of other bars and pubs around Camden market. Once inside little changes, the DJ was good and the drinks not […]

The See See – Gig review

Once again, thanks to Andy Carlin for the review ( which is from a while ago). The See See were actually the support band at this gig for The Ruby Suns but outshone them completely. When the set kicked off it was following on from a first gig band (Arch M) and so they had […]

Rev78 Album Launch for ‘boy in the blitz’ – Proud Camden

A review of the launch of Boy in the Blitz by Rev78, written by Andy Carlin, thanks Andy Rev78’s album launch was the first gig I’ve been to at Proud, the restaurant come club come gig venue (plus anything else they can seem to fit in the space!). Based in the old Horse hospital market […]

Gaoler’s Daughter at The Relentless Garage

John Garner headed over to Relentless Garage last week to catch up with Gaoler’s Daughter a band I have particularly enjoyed over-time. John had a different take on the night to what I had expected, prior to receiving his gig review. This was certainly a gig of two halves, the first half of which was […]

The Pins at New Cross Inn

John Garner headed out at the end of last week to take a look at The Pins in performance, thanks for the review John. The New Cross Inn is not the ideal gig venue. It is slightly too small, especially for a band with as big a sound as The Pins. Due to a delayed […]

Islington Boys’ Club and Vetoes at The Social

The Social can be found on one of the side streets of Great Portland Street near Oxford Circus station. I recently attended the EP launch for Vetoes new release, Ritalin/Ritalout at which they were supported by Islington Boys’ Club. The Social, a small underground venue with an upstairs bar is nothing unusual but the acoustics were […]

Mono Stereo at the Hoxton Bar and Grill

Thanks again to Andy Carlin for this review of Mono Stereo while they were on their recent UK tour. Recently I got the chance to go to Hoxton Bar and Grill for an Icelandic music night to see Mono Stereo, who are ironically Swedish not Icelandic. As I arrived for the gig I was surprised […]

The Moonjets – October 28th 229 Club

The 229 club is a medium sized venue found right underneath International Students House in Great Portland Street London. It’s directly opposite one of the Tube stations exits though I managed to miss it entirely at first. There were 4 bands playing but the one that stood out were The Moonjets. The Moonjets are a […]

Jamie Ley, Elena Tonra and Bada Badoo (at The New Globe, Mile End)

Thanks to Andy Carlin for this article for the Indie Bands Blog. Andy will be a featured writer on numerous live reviews on the blog, much appreciated Andy. I stumbled upon this acoustic gig at The New Globe, when I saw a poster in the window of the venue on my way home the night […]

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