Review: Billie Marten and Isaac Gracie at EartH, 26/11/2018

Fast-rising star Isaac Gracie ended his latest UK tour at Hackney's Evolutionary Arts Hackney (EartH) with the sort of performance that suggests he could one day fill venues twice the size. It was strange seeing Billie Marten, still just 19, as the support act, such has been the traction she has gained over the past [...]

Album Review: Haim – Days Are Gone

If there is one band in the musical ether that stand for pure, unadulterated sisterhood it is the LA rockers Haim. The sibling trio Este, Danielle and Alana Haim have received much praise and critical acclaim as a result of their initial breakthrough into the industry with singles Forever, Don’t Save Me, Falling and The [...]

Review: Disclosure – Settle

Controversial viral video? Check. Scarily young and talented? Check. Chart topping single? Check. Impressive live reputation? Check (well, when they plug in their equipment). The perfect recipe for a hype wave of biblical proportions. And for extreme jealously and bitterness from me. Despite the tender ages of Guy and Howard Lawrence it feels like Disclosure have been around [...]

On The Beat’s whistle stop tour of the past 3 months – Part One

Hello! We're back. Following a stressful couple of months of exam revision and essay writing we have returned like a phoenix from the ashes to keep you up to date with all things bright and beautiful in the world of music. So, we thought, what better way to bring you up to speed than to [...]