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Gorillaz / March 2010 UK Tour

By on Friday, 12th March 2010 at 10:00 am

In order to test the “new live band” before next month’s headlining gig at Coachella, Gorillaz will be embarking on a short 6-date tour of the UK in a little over a week. The lineup will likely include former Clash members Paul Simonon and Mick Jones, who collaborated with Damon Albarn on Gorillaz’s new album, ‘Plastic Beach,’ which was released this past Monday, March 8th.

Sunday 21st March 2010 – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
Monday 22nd March 2010 – Bristol, Trinity
Tuesday 23rd March 2010 – Cambridge, Junction
Thursday 25th March 2010 – Brighton, Old Market
Friday 26th March 2010 – Birmingham, Irish Centre
Saturday 27th March 2010 – Lincoln, Shed

Tickets are limited and are only available to members of the G-Club on a first-come-first-served basis. If you’re unable to get tickets for these shows, console yourselves by watching their new video and don’t worry — rumour has it they’ll be doing a more extensive tour later in the year.


Bands to Watch #85: The Like

By on Tuesday, 17th February 2009 at 4:20 pm

504243345_mI can’t believe it’s taken me this long to review The Like. They’ve recently finished recording in the studio for a widely anticipated second album and I personally can’t wait for a release date which is sure to come soon.  The all-girl trio rock band seemed to good to be true when they first broke through onto the music scene but It’s about time we got some new material.

Don’t get me wrong though, the last album “Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking” was by no means a failure and the hit single “What I Say and What I Mean” is an anthem you can listen to every day, but the record did not have much else on offer. The tune “June Gloom” was probably the next best thing and is easy to like with it’s huge chorus but I think we all know you need a bit more than two great tracks to become an established rock artist. In my view, the rest of the album was average at best and was a slight disappointment having heard the two singles.

However, you can’t always expect miracles and that was only the first of hopefully many albums from the trio. With the singles they’ve released the girls have shown the fantastic talent and potential they have , which is why I’m so stoked for the second record. I just hope that the new stuff is consistantly good and I personally can’t wait to hear the crunching guitars and pure vocals again.


The Rakes / Small London Show

By on Wednesday, 3rd October 2007 at 7:01 pm

The Rakes - press shotThe Rakes have announced details of a suprise gig this Friday 5th October in London.

The band will play the launch of new clubnight Twisted Licks, which is taking place at the 229 in Great Portland Street.

The Bishops and Assembly Now will also play, while the second room will be curated by Man Like Me.


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