Listen, Watch, Read, Music

Listen, Watch, Read: 30/03

At this point in the week we usually release our London #giglist. Evidently, this cannot be done. Our industry is inside and online, but still as alert as ever. Crack open a beer, switch on your most soothing light source and stay inside. In this new series, we pick two of the best new album […]

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Click On This: The Greeting Committee, Post Rome, Tiger Mimic

The music industry is coming together. If anyone was to show solidarity, it would be us. From venues to bands, labels to charitable organisation, there is a need for forward-thinking, positivity and resourcefulness. I hope that our #CLICKONTHIS series can be source for your new musical needs. If you fall outside the key worker category, […]

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Click On This

Click On This: The Lounge Society, Drug Store Romeos, SNAYX

There are no two ways about it. This is crisis. It could be end-game for many. With global pandemic comes even further economic disparity and, in this case, the arts industry is clearly not being supported. Click Music will forever continue to promote messages of togetherness and hope. We will be increasing output much like […]

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Giglist

London Giglist: 09/03 – 15/03

It is a joyous new week of music in the capital. Did you know, live music is a proven form of protection against coronavirus? Okay, maybe not! But still, ignore the fear-mongering of the mainstream media and stock-up on a heavy dose of live music. 11/03: Bryan Ferry  I first came across the sweet tones […]

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Music

SXSW CANCELLED: Support Unsigned Musicians

So, the breaking news: Coronavirus cancels SXSW. The festival was due to begin on March 13 and run until March 22. It is a sorry sight, the Austin Festival is a true supporter of new music, it is not a facade.  SXSW’s cancellation is not unique, many festivals and music events around the world will […]

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Click On This

Click On This: Dan Lyons, Feet, The Novus

There’s something in the air these days, not Coronavirus, but a sense of optimism within the British music scene. How? You ask. The decadence of modern Britain is inspiring art of all kinds. We are becoming connected again. Music will always be a voice for the masses, especially in the internet age. Below are some […]

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Giglist

London Giglist: 02/03 – 08/03

With January and February ‘down the drain,’ I feel reluctantly optimistic. This week’s giglist is cracking, some great new talent on offer in the capital.  Public service announcement: This list doesn’t include The Sherlocks, pah! 03/03: Hotel Lux Think Ian Drury meets The Cribs. Hotel Lux’s mixture of influence and sound is a real USP. […]

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