Tag: indie

Paul Weller plays Japan benefit gig

We suspect you'll have to be nimble on our fingers when tickets come out, as the Japan Disaster Benefit in aid of the British Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal gig (to give it its full name) looks like being one of the hottest tickets in town. But more than that, […]

Andy Lewis 41 album reviewed

We mentioned last week that Andy Lewis was playing live in London, presumably playing a good chunk of material off his new 41 album. A review of that mini album is now online, a selection  of tracks written and recorded in the latter months of 2010 and released as a […]

New band: Miles Kane

Ok, I know he is neither ‘new’ nor a ‘band’, but as the debut album from Miles Kane is on the horizon, as well as a tour of the UK, it seems like the prefect time to give him a mention.

Brighton Beach NYE – Leeds

After last year's sell out event, Brighton Beach goes back to the place where it all began once more – The Cockpit in Leeds – for another New Year's Eve. Two rooms, running from 9pm until 3am, with plenty enough variety of music to please most people (at least, in […]

The School CD reviewed

Something a little different added to our music reviews section – the new album by The School. It's called Loveless Unbeliever and is released on the Elefant label. Mark Raison has reviewed the album, which is a modern take on early 60s pop if you like. I'll say no more […]

Merc forthcoming instore gigs

If you happen to be in the area, Merc on Carnaby Steet has some decent bands playing instore gigs in the near future. All the gigs are on Friday nights and some of the names have been featured on this site previously in our new bands section. That includes Thee […]

Brighton Beach Leicester – last one

The image above says it all – the next Brighton Beach in Leicester (Saturday 5th June) will be the last one in the city after a stay of 14 years. But it's not too late to have one more dance there, with the final night offering two rooms of indie/60s […]