The final nights of Toronto’s Indie Week, were spent away from the Queen St W area, where most of the venues seem to be congregated. To mix things up a bit, I went down to The Royal, to watch a documentary film, Folk, following the
May 25th 2013 It’s always difficult to know where to start with this kind of festival. The weather, the audience, the city, the price of drinks… these weighted variables all have to be factored in to portray a faithful image of Bristol on the last
November 9th 2012 With large glasses, a flat cap and a chequered shirt, Micah P. Hinson resembles more of an art-house film director than a musician. His endearingly uncomfortable stage manner (leg spasms, rolling hips, eyes directed to heaven) are offset by his rough-yet-serene vocals.
November 1st 2012 Attending any show where the support act has stylised themselves as a nondescript narcotic is usually an indicator of kitsch things to come. Callum Wright aka D/R/U/G/S has seamlessly made the shift away from backstreet music blogs. Advertised as being part of
Population: 800…and rising Dates: First weekend in September Location: Secret Price: £35 Genre: Excitingly Eclectic Vibe: A One Night Stand that leaves you shaking on the grass and begging for more