Tag : Chapel

In The Middle with BLOXX

2 months ago / 0 comments

BLOXX are eager, young, and fresh. Selling out three dates so far on their first headline tour, the four from London are yet to even put out an album or an EP, and yet boast 220,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. This interview with lead singer, Fee, took place a few … Read More

BLOXX Ooze Excitement at Chapel, 03.11.18

2 months ago / 0 comments

For a new band with a total discography of eight tracks, it is unclear what to really expect of Bloxx, as they set up their own gear at the urban Chapel venue. The London four-piece are young and eager, and they excitedly chat and muck about on stage before the … Read More

Sam Fender Electrifies Chapel, 02.11.18

2 months ago / 0 comments

Chapel’s backdrop of graffiti and neon signs fits the atmosphere of Sam Fender’s alt-rock perfectly. On the precipice of his debut EP, the North Shields born musician took to the sold-out venue for a show eagerly-anticipated by all. Support band A Festival, A Parade kicked the night off with a … Read More

Pale Waves prove they’re more than their comparisons at sold-out Chapel show, 28/2

11 months ago / 0 comments

“They’re like a female 1975” I hear echoing around the smoking area; the same shallow comparison I’ve heard thrown frequently towards Pale Waves. After signing to Dirty Hit and working closely in the studio with Matty Healy, the Manchester four-piece seem to have become inescapably synonymous with their labelmates and … Read More

The Night Cafe are “set to become an indie staple”, Chapel review 25/01

12 months ago / 0 comments

Tuesday saw up and coming indie-pop band The Night Café return to Leeds, except this time to headline their own show in the intimate Chapel. Hailing from Liverpool myself, it is hard not to feel a sense of pride as the four young scouse lads filled the venue with an … Read More

GIRLI @ Chapel, 18/11

1 year ago / 0 comments

There are a few things that pop artists tend to avoid or tone down when they’re trying to be taken more seriously.: garish colours, overly-aggressive production, swearing and politically-charged songs come to mind as a few of those things. GIRLI. real name Milly Toomey, embraces them all. As she danced … Read More