Laybricks | Kycker Reviews

Laybricks // Live @ Zandari Festa Review

Korean duo Laybricks are hot on the Korean scene at the moment, having released their awesome debut album “People People: We’re All Diamonds“ earlier this year. Laybricks are a Korean duo that blend pop rock with indie, folk and psychedelia, and they’ve made a bit of a stir in Korea this year. We caught their Zandari set at KT&G Hall yesterday, so …

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Love Ssega | Kycker Reviews

Love Ssega // Live @ Zandari Festa Review

Love Ssega is a neo-funk pop artist from London who has come out to Seoul for Zandari Festa on the Sound City cohort, and he played a smasher of a set at the MUV Hall for the British Night last night. With a catalogue of high quality music and the critical acclaim to go with, I was expecting a pretty …

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Red Rum Club | Kycker Reviews

Red Rum Club // Live @ Zandari Festa Review

We’ve all heard of how good Red Rum Club are. They won Pirate Studio’s Prodigy scheme earlier this year, they’ve sold out shows up and down the country and they signed to Modern Sky this year alone. I’m not here to reiterate these facts, but instead I will rave about how awesome they were playing live in Korea for Zandari …

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Clea Vincent | Kycker Reviews

Clea Vincent // Live @ Zandari Festa Review

Parisian artist Clea Vincent makes sweet sounding and easy going synth pop that (despite my usual tastes) I quite like. We heard that her live show was equally charming, so I headed on down to the MUV Hall for the French Night at Zandari Festa to check it out for myself. Here’s our review! Clea Vincent’s set was one of the …

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57 | Kycker Reviews

57 (Oh Chill) // Live @ Zandari Festa Review

57 (Pronounced oh-chill) are a Korean rock duo who have made a name for themselves on the Korean underground as one of the most notable bands of their style. We actually first saw them back in 2017 when they played at West Street Live in Sheffield of all places! But this year, they played an underground UV drenched room in …

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LudiSTELO | Kycker Reviews

LudiSTELO // Live @ Zandari Festa Review

LudiSTELO are an epic synth rock / grunge band that I was lucky enough to see at Zandari Festa 2018’s opening party at The Convent last night. Think all the good parts of stadium rock with none of the pomposity and all of the epicness. I fear the work ‘epic’ may be used a lot in this review. LudiSTELO opened …

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Dead Mans Uke // Live @ Uke East, Norwich

We recently caught the crazy fellas from Dead Mans Uke again, this time at Norwich’s Ukulele Festival, Uke East last week. Who knew that events like this even existed? It’s been quite an eye opener to delve into the wonderful world of ukulele festivals, and who better to take us down the rabbit hole than Dead Mans Uke? Here’s our …

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LIO | Kycker Review

LIO // Live @ Tramlines Fringe Review

LIO is a Sheffield based artist who creates ambient indie-ish atmospheric music that is slightly reminiscent of Daughter. She’s already gained the love of BBC Introducing, and played Y Not Festival, Tramlines and more, so we listened to her music and now she’s gained ours too. She played a set at The Great Gatsby for Tramlines Fringe, and we thought …

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SCARLET | Kycker Review

Scarlet. // Live @ Tramlines Fringe Review

I didn’t even know Scarlet. existed two hours ago. Now, they’re one of my favourite new bands. They played the Crystal Stage for Tramlines Fringe and, well, wow. It’s very rare to see a band on the absolute top of their game, but Scarlet showed me just that.  Scarlet sound like a band who have already made it. Their ability …

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Babe Punch | Kycker Review

Babe Punch // Live @ Tramlines Fringe Review

Hailing from Nottingham, Babe Punch are a band who have seen lots and lots of praise in their four years of activity. Louder Than War, Clash and loads more have sung the praises of this band, so now it’s my turn. They came to our hometown of Sheffield for Tramlines Fringe to grace the stage at Forum on the Saturday, …

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