I am someone who has a really bad memory, I think thats the reason I got interested in photography. It lets me record moments in time that I tend to forget. Along with photography being a useful tool for remembering, at the same time it also takes you out of
I was absolutely buzzing to be asked to cover Parklife for the third year in a row, it’s one of the best events Manchester has to offer and has artists from all areas of music coming together to give Heaton Park a massive party. The first thing to mention was
The popular pop-rock band 5SOS got tons of cardboard signs, balloons, and flashlight waves from the audience as they performed at Boxen in Denmark. The young Aussie band returned the lovely view with a set of their most well known songs served with a more edgy live sound and fresh
The elegantly lanky silhouette of Father John Misty appears amidst the darkness, smoke and faint illuminations. Holding gaze with the crowd, his sleek suit and glittering microphone, suggest a layer of ambiguity that often clings to J. Tillman's preacher persona. Slouching around stage Misty appears deeply lost in his lyrics,
I’ve never claimed to be a metal head, but something about a band named Baroness and it’s supporting act, Mutoid Man, intrigued me greatly. With a reputable pair of earplugs firmly tucked away in my breast pocket, I figured I had little to lose.
As headliner, Baroness and their latest LP
Hot on the heels of the release of latest album Ocean by Ocean, The Boxer Rebellion have only just embarked upon this current tour, which will ultimately cover vast swathes of Europe and North America over the next six months. The journey won't draw to a close until a celebratory
Music is a powerful influence on our lives and the bands we love and the songs they write become soundtracks to entire eras, defining our very existence. Dust by Mark Lanagan's Screaming Trees is one of those records. Too young and still enjoying the extravagancies of the hair metal scene
The first thing you notice at a Parquet Courts show is how Andrew Savage (vocals/guitar) attacks the mic. It’s not vicious, but rather dynamic, passionately enunciating lyrics with sweat and spit.
And so went Friday’s show at Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre, hosting one of Brooklyn’s finest exports performing songs off their
James Morrison released his 4th album “Higher Than Here” last year and has recently been on a European tour to present the new material. He shared a strong live sound, bright smile, and a bunch of entertaining stories during a colorful performance at the music hall Vega in Denmark.
Whilst the new record falls short of a complete reinvention, it's fair to say that Basia Bulat has certainly developed her sound on Good Advice, which was released in February. Produced by My Morning Jacket's Jim James, who is no stranger to reinventing his own musical direction, the record eschews