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Daylight Music 236

So another weekend covering Daylight Music. This week, covering for a photographer who dropped out. But I was really glad they did …

Black Honey

A second sell-out night with Black Honey at the Lexington and it’s clear the band have what it takes to play bigger …

Daylight Music 235

One of the great things about the Union Chapel is it’s organ. It’s regularly used at Daylight Music for interval music. But …

The Kills

I’ve been really unlucky this year. I’ve missed several opportunities to catch The Kills. They played two sets at SXSW, but the …

Black Honey

First of two evenings with Black Honey at the Lexington. These guys are destined to be playing much bigger venue by the …

The Wytches at Rough Trade

Unfortunately, the Wytches are now getting too big for me, playing much bigger venues now. So it was great for another opportunity …

September 2016

This month’s bands New bands are in italics Bands I liked My Baby, The Divine Comedy, Nadine Shah, Pictish Trail, Sunflower Bean, …

Daylight Music 233

My first session of the Autumn season of Daylight, so an early rise to capture as much of the soundcheck as possible …

The Slaves at the Horn

Who’d have thought it? The Slaves playing the Horn! Well, I would, because they played here before. But it’s unusual for such …

The Tuts

A last minute gig with Tuts, Lock and Boys. I’d seen Lock before and they were excellent again. I’d heard good things …

Daylight Music 232

Another new season for Daylight Music returns with a long session with four separate acts. As usual, it’s a variation of styles, …

Sunflower Bean

I’ve seen Sunflower Bean a few times this year. They’ve basically toured continuously for most of the year but despite this. I …

Pictish Trail

A nice relaxed in store at Rough Trade West with Pictish Trail.

Nadine Shah

I hadn’t been to the Water Rats for a few years. Since then it had it’s ceiling collapse and has been overhauled. …

My Baby

My Baby played the local Rhythms of the World festival and went down well with the Hitchin audience. So it was no …

August 2016

August was a quiet month. Everyone seems to be away at festivals. This month’s bands New bands are in italics Bands I …

Thurston Moore at Rough Trade

An evening of experimental music in the company of Thurston Moore at Rough Trade to celebrate the release of the journal Musics: …