Did you say female electronic band? Haiku Hands come from Sydney, Australia and are without doubt the next breakthrough of the music industry. After hearing their single ‘Not About You’, in Netflix’s Good Girls, I was intrigued and decided to know more about them. Their European tour stopped at Corsica Studios for a headline show […]Read More Australian Electronic Band Haiku Hands in London.
After a recent gig in London in June, the French duo Brigitte came back on October 9th for a performance at the Islington Assembly Hall. Formed 10 years ago by Aurélie Saada and Sylvie Hoarau, they are touring their fourth album Nues released last year. There is, surprisingly, no support act but a DJ set. The […]Read More French pop duo Brigitte at Islington Assembly Hall: a Review
They’re one of the most exciting bands to have done their breakthrough in 2017, Yonaka played a packed and sold out gig at The Garage in Islington at the end of February. After seeing them performing for Jack Saunders’ Hopscotch tour, here is what we thought of it. The night starts with Blackwaters and their […]Read More Yonaka setting The Garage on fire (REVIEW)
We all know that one band playing the tiniest venue a year ago, you said they’d get big soon and they’re now playing 2,000+ capacity. This is for me the case with The Lemon Twigs. The band from Long Island started in the UK at The Old Blue Last in August 2016, then sold out […]Read More Harmonies and Leg Raises for The Lemon Twigs in Kentish Town (REVIEW)
The London music scene, in terms of live, is very active and living in the capital city of the UK means you are able to find a gig around you every day, but how hard is it to end up somewhere where it doesn’t look and feel like any other show? I very rarely see […]Read More A Brand New Concept of Live Nights in London: Decave Collaborations.
The line-up, the city, the venues… I don’t know which if these made us want to travel all the way to Glasgow to attend Tenement Trail but this was definitely not the wrong choice. The concept is easy: more than 50 bands in the same city, the same day but in different venues, al located […]Read More Tenement Trail Report (w/ Louis Berry, Catholic Action, Anteros…)
Only a few weeks after releasing their debut album, we caught Flyte for their London sold out show at Scala. The first act of the night is a brand new band called Wooze. After witnessing their first ever show for Head Above the Clouds at Camden Assembly 3 days before, the curiosity of seeing how […]Read More Sold-out night for Flyte at Scala: Review