A crop of the UK’s buzziest new artists have sprung up from the #trendy depths of South London in the past 18 months; some are eccentric, some ghoulish, and then there’s The Rhythm Method, a couple of savvy-looking geezas armed only with hairdressing scissors and a wry wit that indie music hasn’t seen in years. Continue reading “Chin up, Norwich. The Rhythm Method bemuse and enchant at their Arts Centre debut”
Another year, another blissful weekend spent in Suffolk’s Henham Park enjoying some of the best live music the world has to offer. Here are 5 things we learnt at the 2018 edition of Latitude Festival.
The enduring debate on whether rock ‘n’ roll is dead, dying, or actually fine can be thrown clean out the window thanks to one quartet who are tearing up the rule book on what contemporary guitar bands can and can’t … Continue reading Starcrawler take no prisoners on their Norwich victory lap
The inaugural edition of Sunday Sessions Norwich, a brand new festival headlined by indie uncles Kaiser Chiefs, seemed like a good idea in theory. In practice, it scraped its way from ‘downright shambles’ to ‘decent day out’ by the skin of its teeth.
Odd Box Promotions is the project of Georgie Cox, a Norwich-based curator whose eccentric nights have grown in recent years to become fully established in the local scene. Having progressed from smaller venues like The Murderers on Timber Hill, Odd Box is now a staple feature on the programme at Norwich Arts Centre. Last Saturday’s edition saw five fantastic local acts take to two stages in a showcase of the best alternative music our city has to offer.