Arrows Lounge must have been seen with the ever-popular Lord Mayor, Ken Livingstone recently, judging by the turnout. I’m not one to say that there weren’t many people at a gig, but there were four. Their set started with the kind of Euro-Rock that ask the questions; ‘is this entirely serious?’ (no) and ‘do they […]
The Bull And Gate Kentish Town
A rare two-band line up at the Bull and Gate saw something of a Bristol derby. First up were Bushbaby, who played a stunning set that saw some clockwork-tight drumming, thundering bass, hooky guitar riffs, and emotional vocals. Equal shares of Feeder-esque emotion, post-grunge dark moments, and pop appeal were the foundations of an incredibly […]
The Red Kites kicked off proceedings at The Bull and Gate with an energetic and surprisingly diverse collection of songs. A fairly standard set of influences goes in to the mix here; The Smiths, The Beatles, and the Stone Roses all get a nod, but there is something more groovy going on with the music […]
The first band to take to the stage at the Bull and Gate, Kentish Town, were Atlantic Dash. Playing some rather formulated pop-rock music, Atlantic Dash were saved from criticism by three things: Firstly, the performance was energetic and full of variety. The front man could be abusing the microphone stand at one moment, the […]
The Bull and Gate in Kentish Town was a rather busy venue for a Monday night, on 29 September 2003. This was (I assume) largely due to the quality and variety of music on offer. First band on, Bushbaby, set the standard with an exceptional collection of songs that ranged from bouncy pop-rock to dark […]
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