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Susie Jones @ The Harris Museum

Singer-songwriter Susie Jones recently played a gig at The Harris Museum. Did you catch it? I was very glad I did! There was a lingering sense of humility as the venue was briefly filled with self-depreciating jokes that had the auidence warmed up even before the heart warming tales we were about to hear in […]

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K. Flay – The Solutions Tour

K. Flay brought out color, confetti and self-acceptance to The Solutions Tour. K Flay returned to San Diego with a bang on her biggest headlining tour yet.  From the stage production to the performance, it was evident that a lot of work went into putting this show together. Without a single dull moment, K Flay […]

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Send out the clowns !

Musik Magazine received an unusual press release today, these protesters are wanting to make themselves known to Manchester. Cirque de Résistance is taking place on Sunday the 29th of September from 11am to 10pm. Supporters are encouraged to arrive along Deansgate at 11 am to watch the Cirque de Résistance pro-EU parade. They have chosen the […]

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Jon Bellion @Cal-Coast Open Air Amphitheatre (San Diago)

Jon Bellion Brought More Love And Energy To San Diego On The Glory Sound Prep Tour Than We Knew What To Do With…   Jon Bellion embarked on a 35-city amphitheater tour which had been quite some time since his last tour. He had a much needed break from touring to release his sophomore album […]

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Polar States live @ Jimmy’s Manchester

This vibrant night took place at a rather intimate venue. Rammed full of people, even on my press pass I struggled to make it beyond the towering staircase in to the room. I had to squeeze past several longing fans and soon got used to the burning eyes in the back of my head from […]

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Beak> @SWX

Another 3hr commute left me marvelling at the wonders of the West Country, debating whether it was worth a £50 train ticket to see Beak> in the flesh. After wandering around dense-headed for an hour or so I fell inside Bristol’s seemingly inherent calmness; no sense of urgency in this city, even at rush hour. First […]

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Alfa Mist @ Gorilla

Meticulously crafted emotional dramatic jazz lashed with classical soundtrack / hip-hop elements to create great urban modern yet timeless soundscapes. In many too many words a description of what you can expect from Newham’s melancholy mastermind, though language was unnecessary when Alfa plonked into his seat at the keys, all instruments concentric upon his sturdy […]

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Sticky Fingers @ The O2 Ritz Manchester

Sticky Fingers brought in a crowd in Manchester, after receiving a huge following over here not just in Australia. These talented artists are performing perfectionists with topless keyboard players, to cane waving singers, they will catch your eye and they’ll do it in style. The set was extravagant but only through their personalities, a strong […]

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True Vibenation (supporting Sticky Fingers) @ The O2 Ritz Manchester

True Vibenation were exceptional openers, the Australian trio brought their amazing rhythmic jams to the north. They were not only powerful in their presence but they invented a whole new dance move whilst singing, playing multiple instruments and maintaining eye contact. It sounds mad and it was. They showcased their incredible musical ability when they […]

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Drenge @ The O2 Ritz Manchester

I first saw Drenge at Reading & Leeds in 2013. After reading about them a couple of weeks before in NME, I popped their name into YouTube and ran through a few of their songs. They had this muddy, fast sound polluted with elements of garage and grunge. it was infectious. I thought, ‘this is […]

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