Album review: Art Theefe’s ‘Dig Deep’ – “a really enjoyable and compelling listen”

I haven’t listened to an album like this in a while. It's great that so many musicians are experimenting with various technologies to explore new...

REVIEW: Thriller Live! You can’t ‘Beat It’

Thriller Live! @ New Theatre, Oxford, Thursday September 20 When I was a kid I used to try and moonwalk. I could never get it...

Music review: Palm Rose’s EP “Daydreams”- “It’s a stunning listen”

I saw these guys for their first live performance - I was left mesmerised. Throughout their first gig Palm Rose had a combination of minimal...

The Ocelot checked out Oxford’s latest Scandi café, Skogen Kitchen

All it took was a solo trip to Copenhagen to be completely taken by the Scandinavian lifestyle - there’s a reason the Danes in...

Gig Monkey reviews the latest music releases

Alphabet Backwards – Friends Lovers and Empty Beds LP This is one of those releases that comes out of the blocks like Usain Bolt and...

Book review: Milk and Honey – “gloriously unapologetic”

I am a very slow reader, which is one of the reasons I opt for short stories over novels. The other is because I think...

Review: The Rise and Fall of Little Voice – “a fresh and modernised twist...

I once saw a postcard which said “Whenever I have a problem, I just sing, then I realise my voice is worse than my...

Review: The Wild Duck Inn

The Wild Duck Inn is tucked away in the leafy lanes of Ewen in the Cotswolds - all grey slates, slanted doorways and ancient...

Review: Fred Ted Jack & Harold

Have you ever thought about the people, living or dead, who you’d like to have dinner with? Well, imagine that but it was a dinner...

REVIEW: Beneath the Blue Rinse

We've all heard the saying that "youth is wasted on the young", but up until the weekend I hadn't fully appreciated the sentiment. Beneath the...
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