Album Reviews

Kreator – London Apocalypticon Review

The four-piece makes their best effort to represent every era contained in their almost four-decade career. This live performance is structured like a theater event, including intervals between acts, which help the audience to recuperate and reflect upon what they have just experienced.

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Chapter 13 – Live at Dingwalls, Camden Lock, London – February 6 2020

‘Northern Lights’, the fan favourite being sung before the band came onstage hit the spot perfectly and the crowd surged forward leaning heavily on the barrier reaching out for the briefest of opportunities to touch a hand or a leg as the three lads worked tirelessly at the front of the stage. 

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Indya, New album ‘Gimme Ya Luv’ review and live at The Monarch , Camden, December 2019

Cast A Spell, personal favourite Pink n Leopard and a groovy swing version of Harder Faster (see above for content info kick started everything with some serious kudos going to Indya’s lead guitarist Aaron King who channels his inner Hendrix with ease and resulting sound is soaked up by the eager crowd, already  few pints in and eager to be entertained.  

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Battle Beast, Cyhra – Live at ULU, London, November 30 2019

The newer material like ‘I Wish’ showed a side to Noora’s voice that we never knew existed. Sure, we know that her special power is to lay waste to armies with her voice but when you take away the screams and roars, the most heavenly voice is uncovered.

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Mongrel Dogs – brand new singer revealed and ‘Pursuits’ single now out. Live London show – December 13th

The band explores several rock sub-genres (blues, hard rock, punk, psychedelic, classic rock) without necessarily being defined by one in particular. Their songwriting reflects the lifestyle they lead as young musicians living in the big city: nightlife, relationships and personal experiences.

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Cormac Neeson – live at the Black Heart, Camden, November 5 2019

A residency in a small underground club, 2 guitars, bar stools and a glass of whiskey at the side is what is needed for music like this. Cormac’s Northern Irish lilt gives each story that additional layer of warmth and the songs themselves just ooze emotion.