Mvnta’s Saturday night smasher could only be described as an educational adventure into the world of forefront house and techno. Tom and Nelson, Mvnta’s masterminds, launched their second event at The Empire, Coventry and from a musical perspective, it was the best gig I’ve been to in a long time.
The online bio states: A year in the making, a decade in the dreaming. The Bones is the first musical offering from Warwickshire two piece The Darling Crew. The two songs that have been recorded and released explore a surreal pop landscape and it quickly signals the intent of the Darling
I have to admit that I have set myself a bit of a challenge here. I heard all of the gig in question but saw precious little of it, as it took place in an extremely compact area in the front room of the Nursery Tavern. The Moonbears' followers all came
Written by Carl Aylott Photograph by Adelle Mary Reed Only at a Curtis Eller show have I ever been actively encouraged by the performer themselves to sing sweet nothings in their ear. In thinking about it that shouldn’t really surprise me as the only things one is guaranteed at a gig by
Written by Fliss Baker I have to say I was pretty excited about covering the ‘Ruins’ event. I couldn’t wait to see how the pinnacle of Coventry’s heritage could be spun into a raging dancefloor, blasting out nine hours of house music by a roster of shit hot DJ’s. I knew the
Eric Idle and the Monty Python lot are well known for this utterance from The Life of Brian. ‘The Quite Remarkable Adventures of the Owl and the Pussycat’ makes this unavoidable. The musical previewed on February 18 at the Belgrade Theatre and there was not an empty seat in the house.
It's Sunday 7th August, Broadgate is the temporary home of the UK's fastest growing, sporting phenomenon. Thousands of spokes litter Godiva's garden whilst the tranquility of a car less, fume free city is broken only by splashes of sporadic neon yellow. SkyRIDE riders flash through our streets whilst Coventry is bathed in an equally