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Words by Deus Kane, photos by Gili Dailes Last Monday, at Chalk in Brighton, we witnessed the return of an act not seen since before the great embuggerance, some eighteen months ago: Inglorious, a recently reinvented hard rock band from London. When I first entered Chalk, I was struck at […]

Review: Inglorious and Mercutio @ Chalk


The Wildhearts at Chalk Brighton by Gili Dailes
After smashing the stages at Download, Bloodstock and other festivals earlier this summer and following the release of their latest album 21st Century Love Songs, The Wildhearts have made it down to Brighton to give their die hard fans a night to remember. Photos by Gili Dailes The Wildhearts Those […]

Gallery: The Wildhearts and Those Damn Crows @ Chalk


Sports Team, photo by Gili Dailes
In a sold out show on a Tuesday night, Sports Team have brought their high energies to Brighton’s Chalk as an outstore Resident gig and in collaboration with One Inch Badge.   Photos by Gili Dailes Sports Team Resident Outstore at Chalk, Brighton 16/08/2021 Photos by Gili Dailes

Gallery: Sports Team @ Chalk



Palaye Royale, photo by Gili Dailes
“I’m not crying, you’re crying” – Palaye Royale’s show at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire was one to remember Review by Deus Kane | Photos by Gili Dailes Art-rock is a popular craze amongst the perpetually-disaffected youth: unordinary costumes, extravagant behaviour, and an approach to music-making that is both more […]

Palaye Royale @ O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London


Following a serious illness forcing them to cancel a whole lot of shows in the past 6 months (including supporting Gojira and the Smashing Pumpkins), Black Peaks seem to be back in full force with a 6-dates UK tour this April, finishing off at Brighton’s Chalk   Supporting Black Peaks […]

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Skunk Anansie at Brighton Dome, photo by Gili Dailes
90’s rock favourites Skunk Anansie set the Brighton Dome on fire with an unforgettable show, accompanied by Nova Twins who have set a small fire of their own  On a hot and sweaty Monday evening, Skunk Anansie fans both young and old form an orderly, quintessentially British queue outside the […]

Review: Skunk Anansie with Nova Twins @ Brighton Dome



Lauren Tate- Hands Off Gretel, photo by Gili Dailes
Following the recent release of their second studio album ‘I Want the World‘, Sheffield’s based punk-rockers Hands Off Gretel brought their grungey vibes down South and played The Hope & Ruin on a Saturday night.  Fronted by Lauren Tate, Hands Off Gretel gave it their all in the intimate venue. […]

Gallery: Hands Off Gretel with MY-HI @ The Hope & ...


Nothing More, photo by Gili Dailes
After being held at the UK Border Control in the middle of the night for a few hours because immigrants somehow managed to break into their trailer at 2am without anyone noticing,  Nothing More looked fresher than you’d expect them to be tonight at Alexandra Palace. I first saw Nothing […]

Review: Nothing More @ Alexandra Palace, London


The Prodigy, Photo by Gili Dailes
  “I’m off to see The Prodigy later.” “The who?” “The Prodigy, mum.” “Aren’t they that metal band?” “No, Dad, they’re The Prodigy.” This was the conversation I had as I swung by home to say hello, intending to raid the fridge but ended up playing my parents the most […]

Review: The Prodigy @ Brighton Centre



TRAMPOLENE, photo by Daniel Quesada
Welsh alternative rock band TRAMPOLENE have just released their new single ‘The One Who Loves You’ through Mi7 Records and are accompanying the release with a number of shows around the UK. TRAMPOLENE will support The Sherlocks throughout October before they go on their own headilne tour in Novemeber & December,  with a […]

Preview: TRAMPOLENE @ The Green Door Store


Nothing More, photo by Travis Shinn
  If you’re into rock and haven’t heard of Nothing More yet, we would advise you to check them out ahead of their upcoming London show supporting Bullet For My Valentine and Of Mice & Men. The three-time Grammy nominated American band have just released a lyric music video for […]

New Lyric Video & European Tour for Nothing More


Tuval, photo by Gili Dailes
Local artist Tuval launched his new single, Breathe last Friday at the Green Door Store, with support from BABii, Jack Anton and Cosmic Caz. Despite some technical difficulties, Tuval and the band sailed through the set, drawing the audience in with every note played.   Tuval – Breathe Tuval @ […]

Tuval – Single Launch @ Green Door Store