E-TROPOLIS FESTIVAL 2018, Oberhausen Turbinenhalle, Germany, 17. March, 2018

E-TROPOLIS FESTIVAL 2018, Oberhausen Turbinenhalle, Germany, 17. March, 2018

  The 8th edition of E-tropolis Festival in Oberhausen was an absolute success! The festival was sold out for the first time, which means 4500 fans enjoyed an incredible day at Turbinenhalle. JÄGER 90 opened the festival on the main stage and announced a day of outstanding celebration. The visitors could enjoy the shows of Forced to Mode, Eisfabrik, a very popular electro-pop act Chrom and always amazingly great show of Aesthetic Perfection and Nachtmahr….

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The Stranglers “The Definitive Tour”: Guildford show performance – review

The Stranglers “The Definitive Tour”: Guildford show performance – review

  On 26 March I had the opportunity to see The Stranglers live for the second time in my life. I chose to see them in Guildford again, the town where it all started for this legendary British punk rock band. I was rather impressed by the performance of the scene’s veterans a few years ago and I wondered if they would exceed my expectations this time. The supporting act, to the utmost joy of…

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Erasure “World Be Gone” 2018 tour: Guildford performance at G Live on 20 February

Erasure “World Be Gone” 2018 tour: Guildford performance at G Live on 20 February

  Anyone who’s seen Erasure live wants to see them more than once. Their devoted fans already know this. Even if you’ve seen the live footage only, you will feel a great desire to see the iconic duo in action. My second Erasure live experience was exactly what I had hoped for. The supporting act was Bright Light Bright Light, an electronic pop project of Rod Thomas. Rod already achieved great success and had famous…

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Drab Majesty London show review

Drab Majesty London show review

  On 12 February Moth Club hosted one of the most intriguing young acts I could have possibly wished to see, Drab Majesty. I arrived in time to see the supporting act Dune Messiah. I knew nothing about the band, apart from the fact they came from Denmark. However, I was very pleasantly surprised by the trio. The band is undoubtedly indebted to the neo-folk music expression and has been inspired by the genre. Although…

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Fields of the Nephilim, Sketetal Family and Salvation @ O2 Forum Kentish Town, London, 22nd December 2018 – review

Fields of the Nephilim, Sketetal Family and Salvation @ O2 Forum Kentish Town, London,  22nd December 2018 – review

  For the past few years post-apocalyptic gothic cowboys, Fields of the Nephilim have celebrated the shortest day with their fans, by putting on a ‘Saturnalia’ show to London. For the Winter solstice of 2017 they were joined by fellow 80’s gothic acts Salvation, and Skeletal Family, at O2 Forum in Kentish Town. Despite have been interested in gothic rock for 20 years, Salvation are a band I could not remember hearing about before they…

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Soulfieldswave Festival, Kortrijk, Blegium, 25/11/2017 – review

Soulfieldswave Festival, Kortrijk, Blegium, 25/11/2017 – review

  Kortrijk is a pretty and cosy town in the Flemish province of West Flanders in Belgium, well connected to Brussels and Gent with the fast train. Much of the city’s medieval architecture remained intact and is remarkably well preserved and restored. The city centre is one of the largest car-free areas in Belgium, which makes this pretty town a great place to enjoy relaxing strolls in the calm and quiet environment. The béguinage, as…

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OMD’s 2017 tour: Guildford performance at G Live, 11. November 2017

OMD’s 2017 tour: Guildford performance at G Live, 11. November 2017

  Saturday, 11 November 2017, was a great day to visit Guildford’s G Live concert venue. OMD paid a visit to the heart of Surrey to perform one of the best shows I’ve ever seen. The night started at 8 PM with the supporting act Tiny Magnetic Pets. The trio warmed up the audience with synth pop/electropop vibrant and dancy numbers. Although I wasn’t familiar with the band’s opus, I quite enjoyed the show. The…

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The Birthday Massacre, Lesbian Bed Death and Pythia @ Sub 89, Reading 1st November 2017 – review

The Birthday Massacre, Lesbian Bed Death and Pythia @ Sub 89, Reading 1st November 2017 – review

  Enigmatic Canadian’s The Birthday Massacre recently toured the UK with their 8 date Under Your Spell tour. They covered most of the UK including shows in London, Whitby Goth Weekend and, more unusually, Sub89 in the town of Reading. The supporting acts of the evening were Lesbian Bed Death and Pythia. Symphonic metallers Pythia kicked off the show. As expected for a band who have been in existence for a decade, they have a…

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Gary Numan at Brighton Dome Concert Hall, 16.10.2017 – review

Gary Numan at Brighton Dome Concert Hall, 16.10.2017  – review

  It was Monday morning, after our walk along the promenade at Brighton beach. There were many seagulls flying on the bright blue sky when suddenly a sandy-coloured fog materialised as a filter in front of the sun. The temperature changed as the sun became a clear red dot that we observed without any eye-protection. I guess that by then Gary Numan’s tour busses had to have arrived at the Brighton Dome, the venue for…

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