By: Katie Rice Wednesday night’s gig at The Camden Assembly was full of laughter, soulful tunes, and a great deal of finger-wagging sass. The singer, Tom Walker, delivered ample soul as well as hip-hop beats. The room was electric with emotion as he crooned about
By: Seneo Mwamba The American pop star who was once on our radars with her early 2000’s hits Leave (Get Out) and Too Little Too Late made her come back last year with the release of her third studio album, Mad Love, thus embarking on
By: Hallam Bullock The indie-pop-punk band from New Jersey have blown up in the last few years. Since posting their homemade music video for their song Maps on YouTube in 2010, the once musical duo are now a four-piece band cramming British pop-punk fans into venues
By: Oliver Webb An eccentric venue, the Oslo, Hackney is situated in a redeveloped railway station and has a Nordic aesthetic. It also serves as a live music venue. I arrived slightly early, only to find the stage area and upstairs bar deserted. After paying
By: Oliver Webb On Saturday night, Glaswegian hard-rock band, GUN, performed at Camden’s Underworld, supported by Sweet Crisis and Skam. Situated below the World’s End Pub, Underworld, with its repugnant stench of ale and sticky floors, turns into a night club after hosting live music.