Tag : britpop

DMA’s Enchant the O2 with Britpop Goodness, 10.12.18

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Monday the 10th of December proved to be a great night for all those who are lovers of anything Britpop at O2 Academy. The first support act Rosborough were mesmerising to watch, to the point that I couldn’t quite believe I’d never heard his voice before. The Irish singer has … Read More

In The Middle with DMA’s

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If you’re a fan of DMA’s, or have been following them for a while, it’s unlikely that you’ve been able to read much about them without seeing the names Oasis, The Stone Roses, or Primal Scream following swiftly afterwards. These persistent comparisons, whilst impressive, must undoubtedly become tedious for a … Read More

Your Face it Has No Place: Where are Women Meant to Stand in a Scene Like Britpop?

11 months ago / 0 comments

Are women welcome in the masculine sphere of Britpop? Digital Associate, Juliette Rowsell, discusses her experience at a Liam Gallagher concert that turned into a display of lad culture at its grittiest. When you think of Liam Gallagher, what do you think of? Cigarettes and alcohol? The epitome of the … Read More

Single Review: Wall of Glass by Liam Gallagher

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With big names, come great expectations. And Liam Gallagher, the former Oasis front-man, is no exception to this. However, what with the flop of his post-Oasis band Beady Eye and simultaneous success of his older brother Noel, hopes weren’t exactly high. Despite this, ‘Wall of Glass’ offers us with a gimps … Read More

Live At Leeds 2017 – 11 Acts Not To Miss

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In just over two weeks, venues right across the city will be awash with music for the stellar Live At Leeds. Not only that, 2017 marks the festival’s 10th anniversary, and it looks set to be its biggest year yet. Bringing together the best breakthrough talent with established acts from … Read More

Music: Album Review: Suede – Bloodsports

6 years ago / 0 comments

After such a long time out of the game, most returning artists would opt for caution and conservatism on a comeback album on the reasonably safe assumption that their time had been and gone, and that such an album should be used as an excuse to break out all the … Read More