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Win tickets to see Heston at the Jazz Cafe on Sunday
Kingsland Road’s latest offering, Bones, is a welcome addition to this part of Hoxton, offering up classic meat dishes and some surprisingly original vegetarian ones too.
Tucked away on a Hackney rooftop, Platterform’s new culinary adventure is taking diners on a gastronomical voyage across the oceans of the world.
Like Howie B, Paolo Nutini is another Scotsman who’s spent half a decade perfecting his next release, and by this evidence, patience is a virtue.
Heralded as one of the lynchpins of the ‘90s trip-hop scene, Howie B has always treated genre as a fluid concept, but even by his standards Down with the Dawn is a diverse affair.
Jaunty songs armed with droll wit and pith might sound like a recipe for success for a new musical set in Australia but, if anything, the residual heavy lesson of Once We Lived Here is the vital importance of that notion known as “story”.
I stumbled upon Bunga Bunga for the first time about a year ago and spent a merry Saturday night there dancing until dawn with a few pals.
It’s not often that a writer unhappy with the ending of his film gets to change it 28 years later.
It’s telling that Harry Hill’s eccentric take on ITV’s X Factor required the invention of only a handful of new characters.
In his 2002 chronicle Sonic Cool: The Life & Death of Rock ‘n’ Roll, musicologist Joe Harrington writes of the moment Dave Davies decided to not so much step outside the box as take a knife to it.
“Every man with a guitar is called the new Bob Dylan,” says Jack Savoretti. “It’s become almost a joke between musicians now, if you haven’t been called it, you’re in the wrong business.”
A surprising - and welcome - debut that spits out grunge, pop and electro cuts with beguiling confidence.
The latest salvo from the unlikely heroes of stately and understated English songwriting.
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As far as venues in the South East go, it’s up there with the most spectacular and it won’t be long before the gates of Windsor Castle are thrown open.