The Wu Legends tour rolls into London this Friday (13th July), with four of the most gifted members of Wu Tang performing live at the HMV Forum, Kentish Town.
Featuring Method Man, Ghostface, Raekwon, and GZA, we’ve been promised a performance spanning ‘Liquid Swords’, ‘Only Built 4 Cuban Lynx’, ‘Supreme Clientele’, and ‘Black Out’ so this is one not to be missed by ‘heads. If that wasn’t enough, OTU will be in attendence…
Support from Riz MC.
Tickets available at Ticketmaster and HMV tickets.
Wu Legends and Riz MC will also play dates at
-14th July Manchester HMV Ritz
-15th July Birmingham HMV Institute
If you’re a fan of The Temper Trap and planning on seeing them live in the near future, or simply a curious reader, come and see how the gig at the O2 Academy in the Second City went down. Fans of alternative act Sarah Blasko should have a look too.
(Also, keep your eyes peeled as there are some pretty good Indie gigs coming up this summer that I’ll be giving you some info on very soon)
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→ Continue Reading Gig Review: The Temper Trap at the O2 Academy, Birmingham (04/05/10)
The picture symbolises a lot. Not only do I revere Jay Electronica as a rapper, last night I felt like he was just one of us-a regular guy who loves hip-hop.
I’ve been to an awful lot of gigs in my time, but have never been to anything that was as fulfilling on so many levels as Jay Electronica’s debut concert in the UK. Click on, I’ve got a lot to say.
→ Continue Reading Gig Review: Jay Electronica at the Jazz Cafe, London (17/02/10)