Fanning gives her usual ‘deer caught in headlights’ performance, but in the gritty and gruesome setting of Neon Demon her acting prowess is allowed to shine.
Based on Keiler Roberts’ own life, Powdered Milk is heavily influenced by her relationships with her daughter, Xia, and her husband, Scott, as well as interactions with extended family and friends, all captured in stunningly simplistic linework.
Contributed by Mark Loughrey The atmosphere of this gig was a rather relaxed one, with opening singer-songwriter James Gillespie doing a commendable job in placating the near-capacity audience. His personable nature helped establish a relaxed, reciprocating rapport between the performer and audience immediately, setting the tone for the evening. After finishing his set, Gillespie encouragedContinue reading “Gig Review: Newton Faulkner, Limelight (Monday 8th April)”
QUESTIONS BY JOANNE SAVAGE After a four year hiatus, the Birmingham-based band Editors are making a welcome return to the Indie scene. Their latest album ‘The Weight of Your Love’ is out now. Along with British Sea Power, they’ll be playing the Mandela Hall on the 19th November and we caught up with guitarist JustinContinue reading “An Interview with…Justin Lockey from Editors”
BY LIAM CASSIDY Bastille’s success story has been an accelerated one. From mid 2012 they have gained steady momentum, increased media coverage and have built up a firm fan base. With the 2013 number one album ‘Bad Blood’ now under their belt, Bastille seem determined to drive on with relentless touring and a planned doubleContinue reading “Concert Review: Bastille at the Ulster Hall (26/10/13)”