Laura Veirs @ Queen Elizabeth Hall – Gig Review


Last night we were down at that fantastic brutalist masterpiece, the 1967 Queen Elizabeth Hall on the Southbank, for a concert by singer-songwriter¬†Laura Veirs alongside two of her long-time collaborators, guitarist Tim Young and string player Alex Guy. Supporting Laura last night was Alessi’s Ark (Alessi Laurent-Mark) – a young singer/guitarist who’s a bit of […]

The London Music Mapp


There’s a new iPhone and iPad app available which allows you to take your own musical tour of London with over 500 spots featured within it; the ‘London Music Mapp‘. With the London Music Mapp in hand you could find yourself wandering the streets of Camden Town in search of Madness’s musical history, or strolling […]

North London’s ‘Them Changes’ New Single, ‘Lie To Me’

I’m always in support of emerging London bands, and I thought you might enjoy a little musical interlude in the form of ‘Them Changes‘ new single ‘Lie To Me’, with its rather controversial video accompaniment. This self-styled ‘psychedelic space punk power trio’ hail from North London and have been developing their following by hosting a […]

The NME Small Venue Awards – Bush Hall for the London Prize

You might know that the NME have an annual award to celebrate live music venues across England. Several places in London are up for the award this year including the Bar Fly in Camden and the celebrated 100 Club on Oxford St. My vote will be going to Bush Hall however, the beautiful and intimate little […]

Artswrap Live @ Electrowerkz

Last night I was invited over to the Electrowerkz venue behind Angel tubestation to a live evening of entertainment organised by Artswrap, the news and reviews website to check out for anything and everything related to culture – from the visual arts via literature to live jazz. I think the evening was organised, in part, […]