Archive for: March, 2012

The Duke Spirit review at Brighton’s Komedia

When The Duke Spirit took to the stage with their first song Into the Fold I was a little bit worried. There was a lot of energy but it seemed forced and though it was musically fine the great voice from the records just wasn’t there.

The Milk Review at Brighton’s Green Door Store

It’s not that often that a band of white-twenty something’s get a crowd soul clapping on a Friday night, but that was before The Milk turned up. The dark and intimate Green Door Store was packed with people about to be shown a good time by the old school genre hopping four-piece.

Benga review at Audio Brighton

Friday night saw the afro-haired, crowd-surfing Dubstep pioneer Benga return to Brighton to kick-off his European tour alongside championed MC Youngman.

Five Minutes with Super-Producer and Dubstep-Pioneer Benga

It’s been a decade of Dubstep for South Londoner, Benga. Having completed his new album, Chapter Two, he kicked off his European tour at Audio, here in Brighton.

Review: The Whip

For all the mixed reviews of their second album ‘Wired Together’ it’s only really live that you can really appreciate the value of a band like The Whip.

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