All posts tagged music

Brixton in the eighties
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October 5, 2016, 9 Comments

Nick Buglione begins a journey through time with his recollections of Brixton in the Eighties Nowadays it’s easy, marvellous Mark Zuckerberg can remember it for you wholesale. Real memories are […]

Diversity market at Windrush Square

New monthly community market at Loughborough Junction

May 6, 2016, Comments Off on New monthly community market at Loughborough Junction

A new monthly market under the banner of Coming Together, celebrating Diversity starts this weekend, Saturday 7 May 12-6pm at Loughborough Junction. T ...

Illustration by Bobby Groves

Enjoy diversity in Brixton

March 29, 2016, Comments Off on Enjoy diversity in Brixton

Enjoying Diversity in Lambeth Saturday 16 April 2016  12:00 – 9:00pm Windrush Square, Brixton SW2 1EF “Bringing our Community Together in Div ...

Brixton store - Russell Lewendon with guitar (landscape)

Brixton Barnardo’s brings the bass, brass and bebop

February 29, 2016, 1 Comment

The Barnardo’s shop in Brixton has become the first in the UK to specialise in music following a makeover that has caught the attention of record co ...

  • Alix Perez will be performing at Jamm on Friday
    What’s on in Brixton: 8 – 14 February
    February 8, 2016, Comments Off on What’s on in Brixton: 8 – 14 February

    Your guide to what’s happening in Brixton this week Monday 8 February: Why not start the week with a free exhibition? Laurent Seksik and Fabrice Le Hananff’s graphic novel Modigliani is being exhibited […]

  • CoffeePot Drive with lead singer Michelle (centre) and Illy (right)
    Interview: local ‘dirty Motown’ band CoffeePot Drive
    August 27, 2015, Comments Off on Interview: local ‘dirty Motown’ band CoffeePot Drive

    South London Motown band CoffeePot Drive release their debut album ‘Edge of Town’ on 31 August, following a hit single ‘Hey Suzy’ which went to number one on the iTunes blues […]

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    REVIEW: Ghostpoet, Electric Brixton
    April 11, 2015, Comments Off on REVIEW: Ghostpoet, Electric Brixton

      By Mark Muldoon Ghostpoet (aka Obaro Ejimiwe) has something of a miserablist reputation. His move into alt-rock territory on new album ‘Shedding Skin’ will sound familiar to The National’s […]

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    REVIEW: The Vaccines, Electric Brixton
    April 10, 2015, 1 Comment

    By Mark Muldoon There’s definitely something special in the air tonight, and it’s not just sixth formers overdoing it with the Lynx Apollo. It might be time for Brixton to […]

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    Tom’s music mission is a big hit with schools
    March 30, 2015, Comments Off on Tom’s music mission is a big hit with schools

    Features Editor Katrin Magnussen meets the man behind local charity, School Ground Sounds, to find out how he’s changing the lives of young, musically talented students. Tom Scott enthuses about […]