February 2015

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One of the best things about music is that it’s international; wherever you go in the world, music is a constant that can bridge culture gaps and cross language barriers. What makes a gig special is its atmosphere, acoustics and aesthetics, as well of course, the performers. With venues being such an important aspect of a concert, we’ve shared our top eight live music spots from across the world.

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, love and romance are everywhere. What better way to set the mood than with a little love song? Well, if you’re compiling a Valentine’s playlist for your sweetheart this year, make sure you listen out for the lyrics. We’ve had some fun with this one and found five so-called ‘love songs’ with somewhat unromantic meanings.

Starting off the night are Letters from Grace who have the unfortunate luck of playing to a nearly empty venue. Thankfully front woman, Molly Tipping, doesn’t let this affect her. She’s a spunky young vocalist who interacts well with the slowly growing crowd. However, the band plays a set where songs tend to blend together, with nothing standing out too much. I think they’ll be a much more memorable band, once they’ve found their own feet.

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