All in all, a great night out and proof that a well performed acoustic show is as powerful as a full electric set, if it’s done well.
Wringing the most beautiful of notes out of his Fender, his gravelly tones layer each song with a serious message, albeit one that’s interspersed with laughter
One of those “should have been massive” bands from the 80s that got lost in a sea of imitators and inferior acts
The animated faces of the Lockhearts’ guitarist and bass player who look like they’ve just won a Kim Thayll look-alike competition
Interviewed by: Adrian Hextall Photo Credit Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media With latest album, ‘I Am Human’ available on March 30th, the rock act from Las Vegas, Nevada, recently toured the UK and also made it back to Camden for a gig at KOKO, an area they fondly refer to as their favorite part […]
Colin was a real handful when he had his record deal, he used to trash hotel rooms, he trashed a house in London once, he was a very troubled kid
Urban had framed the touching story with mystery and fantasy, the story started with the song ‘With a Tip of a hat’ and then finishing with ‘One Final song’. Throughout the album you experienced the curse, the love, the despair and the desperation.
Daxx & Roxane are headlining at Dublin Castle, Camden on Friday 7th April, if you love to watch and listen to a really good show, you better check them
Ross was clearly the man of the hour, conducting The Underworld crowd as easily as he was playing his guitar.
Opening with ‘Why Are You Not Rocking?’ an ideal choice to kickstart the show, the crowd and the band decided early on that this was going to be a night to enjoy. Sing-alongs on tracks like ‘She’s A Witch’ and personal favourite ‘For The People’ really nailed home the quality of the tight four piece on stage.