Another sold out gig at the Roadmender tonight. This time from indie rockers Travis, playing the venue for the first time since 1997. Pictured below is singer Fran Healy. More photos and a review will follow at www.northamptonchron.co.uk in the next day or so.
Eliza And The Bear played a sold out gig on the Roadmender’s Underground stage in Northampton on Friday night. The band release their debut album in April. Here’s a couple of photos from the gig. More will follow on www.northamptonchron.co.uk in the coming days.
Alien Ant Farm began their UK tour last night with a sold out gig at the Craufurd Arms. They were playing their 2001 Anthology in full. Here’s a few photos from the gig.
A quick shot of Keith and Chris from last night’s gig at the Roadmender in Northampton.
Alan Moore and Scroobis Pip were among the guest speakers at the University of Northampton’s Counterculture day last weekend. A great day, loads of great speakers including Robin Ince and Josie Long.
Former Far / New End Original – current Onelinedrawing man Jonah Matranga headlined The Three Cocks in Kettering on Wednesday. An amazing show by one of post-hardcore’s* most influential singer songwriters. (*Or whatever the hell loose categorisation you want to give to that sound!). Jonah’s acoustic set featured songs from across his career […]
A few pics of Lucy Rose at the Roadmender in Northampton last night. Great gig, if – as Rose conceded – a bit of a strange one. Lesson of the night – don’t annoy her mid set or she’ll get you thrown out – as one audience member discovered. Review to follow across some […]
Liverpudlian indie rockers Space headlined a sold out gig at The Picturedrome in Northampton on Saturday night. As well as a handful of new tracks, the band played hits from their classic albums Spiders and Tin Planet.
A few images of Gary Numan from last night’s gig in Kentish Town. It was Numan’s third consecutive night at the venue, where he played his classic 1980 album Telekon in full, alongside some other hits. Support was by Tim Muddiman & The Strange.
The amazing Godspeed You! Black Emperor at the Warwick Arts Centre on Thursday. Besides the rear projection, they played in pretty much darkness, so this was pushing my D3s’ ISO capabilities to pretty much its maximum. Pretty happy with the results. Having not seen the band for about 15 years, this […]