Live Reviews

Live music reviews from Artrocker Magazine.
  1. LIVE REVIEW: The Jesus And Mary Chain (London)

    The Jesus and Mary Chain subverting the rules of usual convention - still showing us they could surprise

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  2. LIVE REVIEW: Slaves (Nottingham)

    LIVE REVIEW: Slaves (Nottingham)

    The rockabilly psych duo from Kent played a blinder at Rock City and they've got a new single for your lovely ears.

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  3. LIVE REVIEW:  Sterling Roswell (London)

    LIVE REVIEW:  Sterling Roswell (London)

    Clearly he was enjoying himself and having some fun too and he often let out a small quip or a big smile

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  4. LIVE REVIEW: Tamikrest (London)

    LIVE REVIEW: Tamikrest (London)

    Anticipation then was rife as they took to the dimly lit stage, five of their nine in traditional Taureg attire

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  5. LIVE REVIEW: Tamikrest (London)

    LIVE REVIEW: Tamikrest (London)

    Anticipation then was rife as they took to the dimly lit stage, five of their nine in traditional Taureg attire

    Date: | By Stuart Gadd

  6. Ex Libras

    LIVE REVIEW: Ex Libras at 93 Feet East, London

    Ex Libras are back and it's magical...

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  7. LIVE REVIEW: We Are Scientists (London)

    LIVE REVIEW: We Are Scientists (London)

    They open up with Dumb Luck before launching into first album stomper

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  8. LIVE REVIEW: Manchester Orchestra at The Ritz (Manchester)

    LIVE REVIEW: Manchester Orchestra at The Ritz (Manchester)

    The set opens with the powerful, stomping ‘Pride’ featuring hearty crescendos

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  9. LIVE REVIEW: Only Real (London)

    LIVE REVIEW: Only Real (London)

    There is something undeniably charming about Only Real’s stage persona, grinning cheekily at the crowd

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  10. LIVE REVIEW: Gazelle Twin (London)

    LIVE REVIEW: Gazelle Twin (London)

    Her pitch-shifted breath muttering “it’s coming at me” like frost on a pane

    Date: | By Stuart Gadd

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