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Sky Ferreira announces one-off Scala show

I let out a little scream in the office today upon hearing the news that Notion cover starlet Sky Ferreira will be headlining London’s Scala on June 26th. By now you should’ve heard her massive shimmery pop tune “Everything is Embarrassing” with Dev Hynes, as well as her …



London In Stereo Presents… Gigs Of The Week #24

After a little post-festival season slump in the London music scene, things seem to be stepping up a gear or two on the live scene. This weeks listings from our mates at LiS are a shining example of what brilliant gigs the city has to offer – from


Summer Camp, Scala 21/03/12

Summer Camp at Scala 21/03/2012 Review

It’s a brave decision to start a set with a whistle solo unless, perhaps, you’re George Miller; but the infallible confidence of young pop troupe Summer Camp meant that they just about carried it off. When the music kicked in to support vocalist (and indeed whistling extraordinaire) Elizabeth Sankey, the …



Preview: Ghostpoet At Scala

Mercury Music Prize nominee Ghoestpoet has had a not too shabby year. Having toured the summer festival circuit with his debut album “Peanut Butter Blues and Melancholy Jam”, he’s suitably winning over the nation with his askew electronic ditties and pleasant musings on modern life. His performing bug still unsatisfied, …



BOTW: Review of Cults Live and Recorded

Band of the Week, The Cults, held residence at the Scala earlier this week (24/05) and the record sounds amazing playing from the stereo, but could they hold up live? There’s always some trepidation seeing a band live for the first time, we’ve all been to a show where the …



T.E.E.D Hosts Dance Lesson For Diesel School of Island Life

After walking up and down Rivington Street several hundred times, looking for something called the ‘Red Gallery’; a young man asked us if we were “here for the dance lesson”. That seemed about right, although there were much fewer people there than I’d expected. I was wondering why there were …



Live Review: Earth & Beak at the Scala

Tuesday night at the Scala was ripe with warmth, the gathered audiences having basked that day in the unprecedented sunlight which encased the city. To say that this was perfect conditions for the music ahead would be an understatement; it was as if the heavens had conspired with the bands.…