Mr. White eschews the usual spectacle of arena gigs to put on a performance that thrives solely on music and showmanship.
Author Lewis Cato
Country-dub fusionists return to The Brook on 26th November.
“Proper flail-your-limbs-everywhere, hit-your-friend-over-the-head-with-a-radiator fun.”
Lewis Cato headed up to the Cotswolds to enjoy a weekend of sincere, compelling and beautiful music.
Despite a plethora of desperate half-price ticket deals, Lewis Cato found the event eerily empty, but noble in it’s failure.
“That rock ‘n’ roll, eh?”, Alex Turner once spoke; his hair full of Brylcreem and…
Camden Rocks update line-up
With articles bemoaning that rock is in crisis coming out as quickly as the Guardian…
Camden Rocks returns, taking over 20 venues showcasing some of the best rock acts in music.
The Scottish foursome return to the main stage after enjoying commercial and critical success in 2013 with their album Pedestrian Verse.
Lewis thinks Tay Devenny deserves to be on top in the UK rap scene.
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