Kristen Sinclair, Editor. Bruce Fielder, better known as Sigala, answers the phone from his studio in London. Having racked up two billion audio streams, six Top 10 singles and the highest-charting dance debut of 2018, the superstar DJ and producer is preparing for a mammoth tour that will take him across the globe: “I’m reallyContinue reading ““If my music makes me feel good, hopefully it does the same for other people”: In Conversation with Sigala”
The entire night was an ebb and flow affair and while the band themselves were on form, performing a mix of old and new hits with the staging and lights complimenting the rhythm, the real game changer came during, ‘Pass the Baby’ and surprisingly not during ‘Bleed American’ which came immediately before it.
This is You Me At Six in 2016 – they have matured, and so have their audience. Everyone in the sold out Limelight venue held their breath, awaiting their arrival.
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 ANNA CAFOLLA The Gown met with Samuel Lockwood, the guitarist of Australian “intensindie” band, The Jezabels– who are setting off on a UK/Ireland tour and releasing their second album, The Brink. When do you set off on tour? We are just about to start touring at the minute, we’ve got two moreContinue reading “An Interview with…Sam Lockwood from The Jezabels”