“Man,” Bryan Adams quips after he brings the house down at the FlyDSA Arena with a cinematic, stadium-sized rendition of Summer of ’69. “If I’d have known you were going to sing like that, I’d have played it earlier.”
Genial guffaws abound, and not for the first time tonight either.
“I saw New Order in 1984 when I was a student, you know,” says the man standing next to me as we wait eagerly, only minutes before Peter Hook & The Light are expected to start their set.
It isn’t 1984, it’s February 2019. Unlike the man next to me, I
Three more days of rock, roll and roast pork and “last man standing” is becoming an ever more recurring theme.
“Last man” might mean, literally, the last remaining member of a particular touring band or maybe a sole representative plying their wares.
Opener Eric Bell – judging by his frail frame –
Funke and two toned baby encapsulates the arts of dance, techno and electronica in an distinct way creating a ‘funke-y’ feet aching beat. Kicking off the 7th night of his album tour with ‘Dance Until You Drop’ throwing the audience in the deep end with his chaotic rhythmic beat, prompting
Simulation Theory is the eighth studio album by British alternative rock band Muse. It was released on 9th November 2018, preceded by the release of five singles: Dig Down, Thought Contagion, Something Human, The Dark Side and Pressure. The album itself, although clearly influenced visually, and to an extent audibly,
I had the pleasure of reviewing Bad Touch’s ‘Shake a Leg’ as my first ever music review – and I say pleasure because as soon as I saw the beautifully designed album cover, and heard the first beat of the first song ‘Lift Your Head Up,’ I knew I was