Author archive for Chris Wells

  • Mykal Rose Live

    By Chris Wells on September 15, 2017
    Mykal Rose will be taking you through the Black Uhuru experience from a stage near you soon, having lined up a series of eight dates across the UK during October. See him at: London, O2 Forum [October 13]; Bristol, Fiddlers [14]; Birmingham, Hare & Hounds [15]; Brighton, Komedia [17]; Norwich, Waterfront [19]; Leicester, 2 Funkymusic Café [20]; Manchester, Band On […]
  • SEPTEMBER 2017 ISSUE

    By Chris Wells on September 15, 2017
  • Threesome With Benét

    By Chris Wells on September 15, 2017
    That handsome hunk of soulfulness, Mr. Eric Benét, has inked himself a schedule of UK dates this autumn. Catch him at: London, Brixton Electric [October 26]; Manchester, Academy [27]; and Birmingham, O2 Institute3 [28]. Visit http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/Eric-Benet-tickets/artist/780717 for more details and to book.
  • All Scream For Michael

    By Chris Wells on September 7, 2017
    September 29 will see Epic/Legacy Recordings, in collaboration with The Estate of Michael Jackson, release Scream, a collection of the artist’s all-time most danceable tracks, including Ghosts, Torture, Thriller and Dirty Diana. Additionally Scream includes a newly created bonus track, Blood On the Dance Floor X Dangerous, a high-energy five-song mash-up from acclaimed remixer The White Panda. Fans are already […]
  • Ne-Yo UK Dates

    By Chris Wells on September 3, 2017
    Just ahead of his new album – Good Man will be his seventh release – the man named Ne-Yo is to play a run of shows across the UK. Catch the vibe at: O2 Apollo, Manchester [Sept 13]; Barrowland Glasgow [14]; Arena MK Milton Keynes 16]; The Brighton Centre Brighton [17]; O2 Academy Brixton [20]; Colston Hall Bristol [21]; Bournemouth […]
  • JULY 2017 ISSUE

    By Chris Wells on August 15, 2017
  • Revolution For Zephaniah

    By Chris Wells on August 2, 2017
    September 1 sees the release of a brand new album from internationally revered poet, writer and socio-political commentator Benjamin Zephaniah. Entitled Revolutionary Minds, the new set arrives during a series of live shows at festivals and venues throughout the UK. Zephaniah is, of course, strongly influenced by the music and poetry of Jamaica and what he calls ‘street politics’. His […]
  • Horace Andy Live In Brighton

    By Chris Wells on July 24, 2017
    HORACE ANDY [KOMEDIA, BRIGHTON, JULY 19] The Komedia on Gardner Street is in the centre of Brighton, just a few minutes from the seafront, train station and main shopping areas, including The Lanes and North Laines. It’s the perfect location for a music venue, although Komedia also houses a cinema and sidewalk café, as well as several performance rooms. Downstairs […]
  • JUNE 2017 ISSUE

    By Chris Wells on July 14, 2017
  • Jamaica House At O2

    By Chris Wells on July 13, 2017
    Commemorating Usain Bolt’s last competitive races at the IAAF games, promoter Robomagic is hosting Jamaica House 2017 at London’s Indigo O2 between Aug 5-13. Produced on behalf of the Jamaican Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the event will showcase Jamaican artists old and new, as well as UK artists of Jamaican descent, along with acts from far and […]