Tuesday, September 19, 2017

REVIEW: Helen Browning’s Chop House

After our Night of the Ocelot, the team needed a little bit of TLC and we knew Helen Browning's Chop House would sort us...

Mike Barham – Altitude with Attitude (EP)

The Gig Monkey Review My expectation for Mike’s debut solo release lay on the side of disorderly acoustic tunes, much like you get from his...

Read the review of ‘The Life and Work of Edward Thomas’

Read the beautifully written review of ‘The Life and Work of Edward Thomas’ by Martin Bax In 1913 Edward Thomas was thirty-five years old, married with children,...

Canute’s Plastic Army – Building Walls (EP)

The Gig Monkey Review An acoustic guitar and a voice can commit many musical crimes. They can also be something glorious and exhilarating. Canute’s Plastic...

Raze*Rebuild – The Interlude (EP)

The Gig Monkey Review A welcome return for one of my breakthrough of the year picks, and with a set of recordings that show they...

The Ocelot Presents… Mike Barham

Our very own Ocelot reporter Mike Barham is leaving us this month (to go and mess about with sound boards and lighting rigs we...

Lucy Leave – The Beauty of the World (EP)

The Gig Monkey Review Lucy Leave have been much hyped around Oxford, which is a perfect illustration of why I love the cities music scene...

Gig Monkey review: Jamie R Hawkins – The Bitter End

Wiltshire singer /songwriter Jamie R Hawkins treads a traditional and straight path of acoustic folk-pop but, through deft song-writing based on personal experiences and...

Gig Monkey reviews Moogieman – Girls and Film

It is always great to go into a new release review with no idea what you are going to be listening to, and any...

GALLERY: The Vic rocks for The Night of The Ocelot

Photos by Karolina Skarpetowska of Kat's Photography The Vic in Swindon rocked out with style on Thursday night for The Night of The Ocelot with...
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