Monthly Archives: October 2011

Real Fur, Servant Jazz Quarters, 25 October 2011

Tonight Real Fur are having a party. Their second single, The Fool, is released in six days, and they’re itching to get it out. And they could hardly have picked a more intimate venue. In the basement of Dalston’s Servant Jazz Quarters a particularly well-dressed crowd of fans standing virtually nose-to-nose with the band, who […]

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Glasvegas, Koko, 24 October 2011

You know you are part of a Glasvegas live show if you cry all your tears on over-epic rock tunes and if you manage to understand James Allan’s Scottish sense of humour. More than just a Euphoric/// Heartbreak \\\ tour, the Glaswegian quartet left plenty of space for all those old beloved tunes. But what […]

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OxJam bands on gigging in the capital

On Monday 3rd Standard London Evening decided to give something back to the live music scene and humanity in general by teaming up with OxJam to bring a fantastic night of live music featuring INTV, Mucky Pups and Love in the Asylum. As the final touches were put to SLE’s first event the bands spent […]

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Alt-J’s single launch party with Warm Brains & Old Forest, The Victoria, 6 October 2011

This is the trendiest event in town. It has to be. The Victoria in Dalston has been well and truly taken over by almost comical numbers of stupid hair cuts, thick-rimmed glasses, rolled up jeans and loafers. A few determined locals still persevere with their game of pool, but it’s not long before this place […]

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