Knock2bag East is a brilliant, award-winning comedy club in Shoreditch. They attract some of the biggest names in comedy, as well as some brilliant upcoming comics. Head down for a lot of laughs and a great night out. Here are 3 of our favourite acts from one of their famous shows:
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Few bands have had to work quite so hard to fight preconceptions about their music as The Feeling. After reaching #2 and #1 in the charts with first two records, their third studio album was a relative flop, both critically and commercially. But 2 years on and newly signed to BMG Chrysalis, The Feeling are back with a new album, ‘Boy Cried Wolf.’
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Following the release of Glass Figure’s ‘I Need You’ featuring Stella Le Page, Tim Higgins caught up with the Paris-based songstress ahead of her debut solo album, produced by Glass Figure and Chateau Marmont’s Julien Galner.
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Hunstanton has never been referred to as the Nashville of the East Midlands, but it’s responsible for breeding one of the most exciting bands around. Having met at College in King’s Lynn, Deaf Havana’s early work owed more to the post-punk and hardcore movements than their recent tracks suggest. Continue reading “Deaf Havana: An Interview”
Having recently signed to Xtra Mile Recordings, things are looking up for To Kill a King. After 4 years of hard graft, the Leeds folk-rock quintet now regularly draws comparisons with the likes of Mumford & Sons, The National and Frightened Rabbit. They venture into the realms arena rock but they retain their folk sensibilities throughout. Continue reading “To Kill A King: An Interview”