Monthly Archives: August 2010

Review: Avi Buffalo – Cargo, London. 24th August

As California’s Avi Buffalo take to the stage without Rebecca Coleman, who has recently left the band, they do not even make it to the first note before someone yells an inquiry as to her whereabouts. Avi responds with the … Continue reading

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Review: Crooked Mountain, Crooked Sea – I Watched It From The Roadside (EP)

Brighton four piece Crooked Mountain, Crooked Sea follow the success of their acclaimed debut EP It’s The Falling That Counts, Not The Landing with and a brand new one I Watched It From The Roadside – and a new label … Continue reading

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Interview: Klown Kampf

Don’t be fooled. Hip-hop band Klown Kampf might look like the cast of a straight-to-DVD horror movie but they are actual qualified clowns. They started life as a theatrical show. There have since been many different members and many new … Continue reading

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Bim – Scatterheart

On the sleeve to Bim’s debut album are the words ‘We owe everything to you for supporting independent music.’ Independent is very much the operative word. This London twosome do everything themselves. They wrote, performed, recorded, produced, financed and released … Continue reading

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Best Coast & Sky Larkin – Cargo – 2nd August

Cargo is already pretty full tonight as the support band, Sky Larkin, take to the stage. It seems strange to refer to a band of Sky Larkin’s quality as a ‘support band’, certainly with their superb second album, Kaleide, about … Continue reading

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