Category Archives: Reviews

Holden review – Purcell Room, 17/06/2014

Now this was more like it! A man, a massive Doepfer modular synth and a drummer. First up was the support though –  a man who didn’t introduce himself and then played fairly standard FTB (Faceless Techno Bollocks) for 40 … Continue reading

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Alex Horne @ Udderbelly Thurs 12th June

I bloody love Alex Horne and his vague yet sophisticated humour. I know him through his Radio 4 series’, but we saw him live at Udderbelly last Friday and it was a great night out. If you know his stuff, … Continue reading

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Field Day (Sunday) review

So we rocked up at around 5pm in anticipation of the Main Event at 9pm – ie, the Pixies. Lovely summer day. First port of call: cash point. Dammit. Of course they charge £3.75 for a withdrawal – curse our … Continue reading

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Richard Herring gig review – 23/05/2014

Not so much a review, just a note to say, ‘I was there and had a great time’. I like Richard Herring. This show was called, ‘We’re all going to die’, which included the comedic ruminations on this important topic – and knob … Continue reading

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Tyondai Braxton review – Oval Space, Tues 20th May

My first visit to The Oval Space in Hackney, and the first thing you see are the massive gasometers that are adjacent, setting the scene for a slightly otherworldly evening. I’ve never seen gasometers this close up and they are impressively … Continue reading

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Fuck Buttons – Barbican Review 25/04/2014

  Saw the Buttons of Fuck last Friday at the Barbican. Very fine indeed – first gig I’ve seen of theirs and I’d happily see ’em again. Using the tactics of minimalism they deployed huge blocks of sound endlessly churning … Continue reading

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