Flight Brigade (2)

A little while ago I went to see Flight Brigade for the second time. The British indie rock band from London and Hertfordshire, mix grand orchestral sweeps and crunching anthemic guitars which creates an amazing atmospheric vibe and show influences of bands such as Arcade Fire or Of Monsters and Men, or other pop bands … More Flight Brigade (2)

Holding Absence

Not so long ago I went to the Boston Music Room to see Holding Absence. After a few changes in the past and their reformation in 2016, the melodic hardcore quintet from Cardiff (Wales) now comprises vocalist Lucas Woodland, drummer Ashley Green, bassist James Joseph, as well as the two guitarists Feisal El-Khazragi and Giorgio … More Holding Absence

Favourite Place

I again run a little bit behind with last weeks photo challenge of the Daily Post, so apologies for that! Nonetheless, I still wanted to share it with you anyway, so here we go… The topic for the challenge was ‘favourite place’ which instantly made me think of Camden in London 🙂 I absolutely love … More Favourite Place

Dream State

Two weeks ago, I went to another concert that I really enjoyed. The Welsh alt-rock band Dream State, comprising vocalist CJ Gilpin, guitarists Aled Evans and Rhys Wilcox, bassist Danny Rayer and drummer Jamie Lee, came to the Camden Assembly finishing off their recent tour. Founded in 2014, the quintet released one EP ‘Consequences’ in … More Dream State

Deaf Havana (2)

Last Friday, I went to a very special concert. Deaf Havana have been part of The War Child Brit’s Week which was a series of different concerts, giving fans the opportunity to see some of the biggest names in music in intimate venues across London and Manchester while raising money and awareness for children whose … More Deaf Havana (2)