Last night John Bishop played London’s O2 Arena for the first of two nights at the venue as part of his Winging It tour.
Camden Rocks boasted a line-up of 250 bands across 20 stages and was arguably the best to date.
Following a successful string of shows, Charlie Baker’s Cabaret Boulangerie returned to London’s The Other Palace theatre on the 23 May, 2017.
The O2 Forum Kentish Town is tonight’s venue for the third and final London show as part of the Kasabian’s intimate UK tour in preparation for the band’s 6th studio album ‘For Cryin Out Loud’, released on April 28.
Micky Flanagan played a sold out 400 capacity venue at London’s Leicester Square Theatre in anticipation of his 2017 UK and Ireland tour An’ Another Fing.
2016 has seen vinyl albums sore, great new artists emerge and a great loss of musical talent in the industry.
Harry Pane’s four track EP, Changing, is a solemn and emotional release from the London singer-songwriter.
Jack Whitehall played at London’s Soho Theatre, on Saturday, in preparation of his upcoming UK arena tour ‘At Large’ in February 2017.
When you think of the words alternative spirit you think -upbeat, raucous indie-pop music and that’s exactly what this compilation album provides. The album consists of 39 tracks from artists such as Roisin Murphy, Basement Jaxx and Fleet Foxes.
Florence and the Machine marked a triumphant return to London with a sold out performance at British Summer Time, in Hyde Park on Saturday 2 July 2016.