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Max Cooper: Barbican Hall, London – live review

Electronica maestro Max Cooper unvieils his latest audio-visual extravaganza at the Barbican Hall. Tim Cooper (no relation) opens his eyes and ears to an innovative evening of audio-visual experimentation.

Leroy Hutson to play The Barbican as part of the Innervisions...

Leroy Hutson has been enjoying a career resurgence with regular London gigs over the past decade leading to renewed interest from UK audiences for the great...

Mexrrisey: Barbican, London – live review

Hispanic on the streets of London - Nathan McIlroy reviews Mexrrisey at the Barbican, London.

I Am Kloot: Barbican, London – live review

Kloot are making that transition from Manchester’s best-kept secret to national treasure smoothly.

Paul Heaton’s ‘The 8th’ – Barbican, London – live review

http://static.ak.fbcdn.net/connect.php/js/FB.Share Paul Heaton's 'The 8th' London, Barbican 6th July 2012. Following on from such notables as Bjork & Damon Albarn it's now Paul Heaton's turn to have a...

LIVE

The Blinders: The Bottom Floor – live review

The Blinders
Wayne AF Carey gets a taste of what The Blinders will be bringing back to the live circuit. It's sound as fuck!

INTERVIEWS

Nigel R Mitchell – Tunnelmental – Interview

Nigel R Mitchell - Tunnelmental
Tunnelmental – Experimental Electronic pioneers Nigel Carr caught up with Nigel R Mitchell during lockdown over Zoom to...

NEWS

Cabbage – Get Outta My Brain & Amanita Pantherina – New Single and Album

Cabbage - Get Outta My Brain
Cabbage are back like they've never been away, yet it seems an age since their last album...

MEDIA

Tokyo Story – film review

Tokyo Story (1953) Director: Yasujirō Ozu Cast: Hideo Fujino, Ayako Katsuragi, Mieko Takamine Language: Japanese (with optional English subtitles) Run time:...

FESTIVALS

BANG BANG ROMEO confirmed to headline LOUD WOMEN Fest 5 in 2021

Bang Bang Romeo
Feminist DIY collective LOUD WOMEN have just announced that BANG BANG ROMEO will be headlining their next festival, taking place on 20 March 2021 at 229 The Venue in London. Earlybird tickets are on sale now here at a special price of £16. Over 20 more artists are set to be announced.