I haven’t seen Drahla since 2019.. I wasn’t aware they have changed their lineup with the addition of a second
Category: The Lexington
Lael Neale’s latest album ‘Star Eaters Delight’ has been on constant rotation. With stripped back indie pop sensibilities and a
Following a quick walk up to the Lexington from the Aussie BBQ. Opening act Proteins of Magic surprised the early
I first caught Regressive Left at the 2021 Wide Awake Festival and was really impressed. Before tonight, I had only
I caught Deadletter at an IVW event at the Social in February. They were impressive that evening. My initial impressions
I wasn’t here to see Lime Garden. I had heard they were worth catching. Seeing Blood Wizard were in support,
It wasn’t really a photography night. Jeffrey played at the other side of the stage from my usual Lexington position.
After Talk Show at Rough Trade, I hopped on the 205 bus up to The Lexington to catch Robocobra Quartet.
I saw Qlowski at the end of the 2019. They were support for LIFE and although initially unimpressed, by the
Decent evening of music with New York band Been Stella and a band I was meant to see earlier in
I have seen Rose Elinor Dougall many times after she supported (British) Sea Power. She always manages to create dreamy
Random gig at The Lexington featuring folk singer Jim Ghedi. Some great emotion but at times the vocals were too
Originally arranged as two socially distanced gigs, one in the evening and a matinee show. This gig had already been
Another enjoyable visit to see POZI. This time at The Lexington. Support was from the 80s ‘smash hits’ sound of