Some bands incorporate myriads of lasers into their shows, some have live trapeze artists and giant robots (Muse, I’m looking at you) but few bands put so much effort into their own performance as this young group.
The Hu came onto the stage to huge cheers and whoops from all of us and wow they pack out th stage, not only do they have their four members there but they also have an additional four people on stage ranging from a modern day drum kit to traditional drums and electric guitars.
Wearing a simple black dress and adorned with tattoos and flowing rockers hair, Beth’s talent does not need pyrotechnics and a massive all singing all dancing stage show.
As soundchecks go, there’s no half-arsed check of instrumentation, the band run through both old and new material, the latter giving us an insight into what to expect later this year.
Words and Pictures: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media There’s more than a hint of all of the bands that I grew up listening to on both the studio output and live performances from The Struts. All too often we are faced with live bands these days that are technically proficient and yes, they may even […]
They proceeded to pack in an impressive 16 tracks in all including a cover of Led Zeppelin classic Rock ‘N’ Roll which was released as a live recording in early January.
It’s no secret that Enter Shikari like experimenting with a few musical styles in their work
The man who brought us Stakk Attackk, Trash Queen and the unforgettable (Na Na) Nukklear Rokket returns to London with ‘Rocky Shade’s Wrathchild’, on April 5th. Wrathchild always garnered everyone’s attention both the good and the bad but they were never met with indifference. As the NWoBHM broke in the early 1980s, bands came and […]
The future is definitely bright for this band. The groundswell for them and the music is noticeable and will hopefully continue allowing them to get the album out to great critical and commercial success.
Words Stefan Putwain \ Simon Kneller Pictures (C) Adrian Hextall You could tell the anticipation of a great night was evident as the queue stretched down the road on welcoming Avatar to Bristol. People travelled far and wide to get here. And Dylan Walshe and later The Mahones did their best to warm up the […]