Monthly Archives: December 2013

Purson – The Contract

Last night I took what felt like brightly coloured acid trip back to the late 60’s early or mid 70’s with psychedelic progressive doom rock band Purson at the Exchange. They really did just look like they had stepped out … Continue reading

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Olafur Arnalds

No words will do justice to what witnessed tonight at the St Geogres Hall, Icelandic, neo classical composer and pianist Olafur Arnalds, who was over promoting his latest album For Now I Am Winter. It very much felt like it … Continue reading

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Night Beds – Even If We Try

So last night I went to the Night beds at The Trinity Centre, which is one of those venues in the shell of an old church right at the bottom of Old Market. This was a long overdue visit by … Continue reading

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Jacuzzi Boys – Domino Moon

So tonight I went down to Start The Bus in centre of town to check out a young American trio who have making waves over twitter Jacuzzi Boys. I had been seeing some of my friends had been raving about … Continue reading

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Loop – Black Sun

Last night I had the pleasure of witnessing one of shoegazes most defining acts Loop at The Fleece, which has to rank alongside shows by the likes of the Melvins, Swans, Dinosaur Jr, Hookworms and Jon Hopkins as being ¬†one … Continue reading

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Melt Banana – Candy Gun

Melt Banana are one of Japan’s most exciting bands coming out of the underground music scene, making a name for their unique and almost completely uncategorised sonic assaults. They are one of those hardcore bands that don’t really fit into … Continue reading

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