Monthly Archives: February 2011

Live: Jamie Woon/Ghostpoet

Audio, Brighton Tuesday 22 February 2011 The dark, confined walls of indy club Audio were home to two of the most hotly anticipated acts for 2011 in the shape of Ghostpoet and Jamie Woon. In the end, both artists showed … Continue reading

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Super Red Steve’s 21,000 miles to the Theatre of Dreams

As featured in The Argus (p21) and the West Sussex County Times (p47) on 18.02.11. Picked up by the Daily Mirror on 19.02.11 While Manchester United are used to catering for fans travelling from far and wide, it’s not every … Continue reading

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Manchester United 2-1 Manchester City: Analysis

With Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini setting out their teams in variations of the 4-3-3 formation, it was always going to take either a lucky or a special goal to win the Saturday lunchtime clash at Old Trafford. In … Continue reading

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Wolves 2 -1 Man Utd: Analysis

Manchester United’s 2010/11 unbeaten record came to an end with an anaemic display against the Premier League’s bottom side Wolverhampton Wanderers. While taking nothing away from Wolves’ resilient and determined display, in truth United were a pale imitation of the … Continue reading

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Live: Esben and the Witch

The Pavilion Theatre in Brighton provided Esben and the Witch with an intimate atmosphere in which to craft their beguiling brew of paranoia, distorted frenzy and melodic desparation for an eager crowd.

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Live: White Lies

The Corn Exchange, Brighton Monday 7 February 2011 While the intimate surroundings of the Corn Exchange complimented White Lies’ deathly disco feel like a black handkerchief to their dark demeanour, there was no escaping the feeling that the band may … Continue reading

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Album Review: Sic Alps – Napa Asylum

Napa Asylum is the latest release from lo-fi rockers Sic Alps. Created by Mike Donovan from The Ropers and Adam Stonehouse of The Hospitals in 2004, their press release suggests that since then, they’ve “…been sic-sagging towards resembled group-hood”. After … Continue reading

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