Live Reviews

Broadcast 2000, Lock Tavern

It’s not often you get to witness an artist’s first ever gig. Tucked away at the top of the Lock Tavern, the very moment musician Joe Steer, aka Broadcast 2000, begins his beguiling acoustic set, if you close your eyes you are transported into a vast open space in summertime.

Elle s'appelle, Lennons

To fend off the bar-side chatter of a student populated nightclub is a challenge for any rising indie band but tonight Elle s’appelle manage just that. This Merseyside-based band came to notice with the deeply catchy disco-punk single “ Little Flame”, released last November by über-cool indie label Moshi Moshi.

Let's Wrestle, Old Blue Last

The latest band to emerge from Stolen Records, who brought us indie band Pete And The Pirates, is teenage trio Let’s Wrestle. The band rehearse in one of the 18-year-old’s parents’ north London garden sheds, and their live performance tonight – to launch their six-track EP In Loving Memory Of – is , reminiscent of their labelmates – infectious lo-fi indie.