How many artists would dare open with a 40 minute song? The Hermit, from Richard Dawson’s latest album, Ruby Cord,
I first caught Aldous Harding when she played Power Lunches in 2015. She had an amazing power to hold the
A nice extension of the afternoon’s Daylight Music. Hannah Peel and the Paraorchestra with Charles Hazlewood at the Barbican playing
The May Bank Holiday weekend at the Barbican was centred around Anna Meredith, the Scottish composer who brings dance music
I thought I’d get last minute cheap seats to for the Barbican’s Steve Reich celebration. I’m not his biggest fan
An interesting afternoon of Easter music at the Barbican with James MacMillan’s ‘Seven Last Words from the Cross’. It’s an
Love and Other Crimes: The Song of Lee Halewood was a celebration of the work of Lee Hazlewood. He’s not
Really interesting gig with the Dead Forest Index and the Savages creating an intense soundscape to accompany some dancers in
So it’s Good Friday. Time for some perspective. I’ve seen a few ‘Passions’ and I in the main enjoyed them.
After the disappointment of the abandoned November concert, it finally happened! British Sea Power at the Barbican with a brass band.
Also known as ‘the gig that was not’ as it was called off due to a power cut. Worst performance