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SHED SEVEN – Rock City 17/12/15 Tanya Russell

Creating a veritable indie disco right from the start, SHED SEVEN play FRIDAY and a packed room of Converse clad indie lovers go predictably mental, myself included. WITTER then throws himself around the stage during CASINO GIRL as his vocals permeate the air over the audience's attempts to sing along. WHYBT is

Habberdash – The Maze, Nottingham

Habberdash – The Maze – Nottingham – Tuesday 17th September Review – Tanya Russell Sometimes as a music journalist, you attend a gig and immediately want to see the band again. Sometimes…but not very often. Tonight, however, was one of those nights. From the moment that the band launched into their first track,

Charlie Lankester – Brixton Road – Review

 Darkly dystopian lyrics dominate the brilliant blues ballad Brixton Road to be released by Charlie Lankester on the 19th November and it is certainly a track that you do not want to miss. With guitar riffs redolent of the sleazy side of Soho and witty lyrics delivered with a smooth precision,

Leeds Festival 2012 – Saturday In Review

  We arrive early at the festival site and so decide to check out the BBC Introducing stage. Treated to some summery guitar based indie from the USA, we witness Family of the Year garner a sizeable crowd who are soon clapping along. With a full throttle performance that includes earnest

BASTILLE announce new single ‘Flaws’

Rapidly heading towards becoming a household name, we’ve already witnessed BASTILLE’s soaring vocal harmonies and unpretentious personas back when Lyric Lounge Review met them three weeks ago during a secret gig. And we really weren’t convinced when frontman Dan confessed he was “a bit of a loser”. Yet just days after

LIVE LOUNGE – Lyric Lounge Launch Live Lounge 27/06/12

We are very excited to announce that as of next week Lyric Lounge will be presenting LIVE LOUNGE What's that? Live Lounge will be a one hour showcase of local, national and international talent. During the hour you will get to see EXCLUSIVE  unplugged sessions, new songs, full and frank interviews and your