British Summer Time Hyde Park Ft. Robbie Williams The sun beat down gloriously over Hyde Park as the British Summer Time Festival came to yet another superb finale, each year the Barclaycard sponsored festival brings something for everyone as the biggest musical headliners in the world flock to the royal park over the two week stretch. Sunday was no different as the crowds gathered to the sold out show headlined by England’s finest Robbie Williams.


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Garbage The last time I saw Garbage was in late 2015 at the O2 Academy Brixton during their 20 Years Queer tour and already then I remember being impressed by their loyal, die hard fans who follow them around the world no matter the distance.


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Van Morrison What a wonderful night for a moon dance as Innervisions Festival 2019 drew to a close with the legend that is Van Morrison performing not one, but two sell out shows at Camden’s iconic Roundhouse venue. The Northern Irish crooner wowed the crowd as he performed with a full band and boy was he on rare form, treating the crowd to an hour and half stellar performance and I'm sure there was even a rare smile thrown in now and again from this megastar.


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The Who The greatest bands and musicians are slowly fading away and, being 20 years old, I’ll never be able to say I’ve seen many of the legendary rock bands to have ever lived because they’re either too old or dead by now. But after a trip to Wembley stadium one Saturday night in July, all of that changed with two legendary acts of the rock world taking over the stage.


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Maceo Parker Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Ani DiFranco and Parliament are just some of the acts the incredible American saxophonist Maceo Parker has performed with. Having started his career with the Godfather of soul himself James Brown, Maceo's talent shone through leading the North Carolinian native to be hot property in the jazz industry. In the early millennium Maceo was one of the first wave of Prince's New Power Generation horn section having contributed to eight albums and performing in sell out shows such as the legendary 21 nights at London’s O2, so to see him return to the capital is a huge treat for this flexible musician.


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Mavis Staples Not many 79 year olds can get up on stage at Glastonbury and blow the crowd away as much as the younger artists, but after all there is definitely something special about Mavis Staples. Six days away from her eightieth birthday, Chicago born Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and American gospel singer, Mavis Staples returned for the second year of Innervisions Festival at Camden’s Roundhouse after the success of her first year at Union Chapel.


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Tash Sultana After becoming the first artist to sell out three nights at Brixton Academy before even releasing their debut album, Tash Sultana returns, 9 months later, but this time at the spacious Alexandra Palace, which houses more than double the amount at Brixton, for the opening night of the 'Flow State' World Tour.


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Billy Joel It’s a gorgeous summer’s evening in West London and the Piano Man is in town… More than 50,000 have embarked upon Wembley Stadium for Billy Joel’s only UK show of the year and something tells me they won’t be disappointed.


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Men At Work Like many people of my generation, my first experience of Men At Work was Colin Hay, strumming his guitar in the daydreams of JD, in popular 2000s sitcom Scrubs. Overkill was the song in question, and once I’d busted out the dial up connection and spent 45 minutes downloading the track via Napster, I was hooked.


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Backstreet Boys What has the world come to? It’s been making me so distraught! What the hell has happened to boybands??? They’re all in mismatched clothes; they move about the stage with no purpose; and sometimes even have the audacity to play live instruments. That’s not what I want. I want matching outfits, synchronised dancing, over the top harmonies and cheddar cheesy key changes! It’s a good job that the world’s number one selling boyband stopped by England’s capital for a couple of shows. Back to basics and back in town. BACKSTREET IS OFFICIALLY BACK, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.


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FEVER 333 Lining up outside the Electric Ballroom completely soaked through from the glorious rain London had been receiving all day were a horde of fans eager to see FEVER 333.


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All Points East 2019 The second weekend of All Points East Festival kicked off with heavy distortions, headbanging and crowd surfing. Headlined by Bring Me The Horizon, day one of weekend two also saw performances by Architects, Run The Jewels, Nothing But Thieves, While She Sleeps, IDLES, Sleeping With Sirens, Yonaka, Alice Glass, Ladybird and many more.


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All Points East On a slightly rainy day in London, the only glimmer of fresh summer vibes came from Victoria Park and All Points East as the first weekend came to a close. But before that time could come, a whole collection of sounds bursted out of the five stages with plenty of exciting artists displaying their work to the masses.


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APE 25/5/2019 Welcoming in the the first weekend of the All Points East Festival at Victoria Park. The second day saw The Strokes headlining with other brilliant performances by The Raconteurs, Johnny Marr, Courtney Barnett, Jarvis Cocker, Interpol, Anna Calvi and many others. There was a terrific vibe among the crowd with this being the start of the heatwave in London (according to the weather people but you never know with British weather). Gig Junkies’ photographer Bimal was there to capture the magic.


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