Unknown Mortal Orchestra Play Cambridge – Live Review
"Free, compelling and energetically driven, Unknown Mortal Orchestra brought infectious vivacity through their self-described ‘depression funk’ at Cambridge Junction this week."
Beach Slang Play Cambridge – Live Review
Beach Slang, Muncie Girls & Weaves make "a great noise with the kind of anarchy and liveness that makes going to gigs and discovering new music worthwhile."
The Wedding Present play Cambridge – Live Review
"edge’s announcements of angst, lust, love still feel as relevant today as ever"
Adam Green plays Cambridge – Live Review
Moldy Peaches man brings his distinct anti folk and celebrity pals to The Portland
Lonely The Brave play Cambridge – Live Review
Lonely The Brave play the Cambridge Corn Exchange for album launch
Kate Jackson and The Wrong Moves – Live Review
Kate Jackson brings debut solo record to Cambridge
Three Trapped Tigers play Cambridge – Live Review
"Three Trapped Tigers execute their angular noise with precision and depth, demonstrating their progressive electronic power"
Tindersticks play Cambridge – Live Review
"a tremendous and varied journey of emotions and sound"
Bellowhead at the Cambridge Corn Exchange – Review
Bellowhead's farewell tour plays Cambridge
Criolo plays Cambridge – Live Review
"Spontaneity in composition, delivery and interaction lie at the heart of his appeal"
Newton Faulkner at the Cambridge Corn Ex – Live Review
Newton Faulkner brings new album to Cambridge
Benjamin Francis Leftwich in Cambridge – Live Review
Benjamin Francis Leftwich and Denai Moore play The Portland Arms
Kris Drever in Cambridge – Live Review
Kris Drever and Siobhan Wilson play The Portland Arms
Turin Brakes at the Cambridge Junction – Live Review
Turin Brakes bring latest album to Cambridge
Muncie Girls play Cambridge – Live Review
"this is punk for Prozac poetry readers"
Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman at the Cambridge Junction – Live Review
"Kathryn’s evocative vocals and straight-talking personality counterbalanced by Sean’s commanding guitar and self-deprecating demeanour"
Sundara Karma at The Portland Arms – Live Review
"music perfectly apt for bright-colour plastic shades in the summer sun"
Savages and Bo Ningen at the Cambridge Junction – Review
"this is the sound of a band more at ease with themselves, equally confident, but more concentrated, more refined"
Telegram at The Portland Arms – Live Review
"looking like Lou Reed, not giving a single fuck'
Hinds at the Cambridge Junction – Live Review
Hinds Cambridge debut was loud, spiky and infectiously happy
They Might Be Giants at the Cambridge Junction – Live Review
"their creative showmanship and attention to detail made for not only a fantastic gig, but a fantastic show"
John Grant in Cambridge – Live Review
"music’s most hallowed and gifted soul-bearer" at the Cambridge Corn Exchange
Sóley at the Cambridge Corn Exchange – Live Review
Sóley in Cambridge to open for John Grant
This Is The Kit at The Portland – Live Review
This Is the Kit displayed a glowing radiance in their natural folk expertise
Matthew E White at the Cambridge Junction – Live Review
"Matthew E White’s live performance was better than his two exceptional albums, and was easily one of the best performances I’ve ever seen in Cambridge."
Eliza And The Bear at The Portland Arms – Live Review
Eliza And The Bear, Slowlights and KLOE on a sold out night at The Portland Arms
Alien Ant Farm at the Cambridge Junction – Review
Alien Ant Farm bring 'Anthology' to Cambridge
Cambridge Gigs of 2015
A recap of our favourite shows that happened in Cambridge in 2015
Two words: ‘loud’ and ‘riffs’. In fact, add a profane precursor to each, because what was on display at this gig deserves an emphasis... Read More
I’d waited thirty-two years for this. After all the media attention The Jesus & Mary Chain attracted back in ‘84 with those gigs, it’s... Read More
The almighty Feeder returned last year with “All Bright Electric”, which reached the Top 10 of the UK charts. Founding members Grant Nicholas and... Read More
At first glance, this double-act of two of Ireland’s foremost folk musicians – Damien O’Kane and Daoiri Farrell – would be just another evening... Read More