It’s very rare to find a new local band who first of, look the part, but also wear matching attire. When you do stumble upon such a band you are faced with a barrage of unadulterated
no its not upside down
filth.The Mobbs however look “Jolly Good” and having heard a few of their tracks they are definitely worth the mention. Look out for their iconic stickers on a lamp-post near you.
Where to see them next –
Okay summer has come, the orange tan look has become totally unacceptable and school uniform just horrendous. But anyway we have SUN!!!!! for an African boy like me that’s all you really need to make the people happy plus some “banging” tunes. So here you go fellow humans :
Its the start of the festival season here in the UK and what better way to start it than BBC Radio One’s Big Weekend. This year Radio One have brought us some amazing headliners such as Foo Fighters and Chase & Status hitting up the main stage. They have really put out all the stops inviting Friendly Fires and Swedish House Mafia on the In New Music We Trust stage, as always Radio One have really brought a town to life with great music and generally an awesome atmosphere.
Top 5 Big Weekend acts :
- Foo Fighters
- Everything Everything
- Professor Green
4. Swedish House Mafia
Swedish House Mafia
5. Two Door Cinema Club
Two Door Cinema Club
So the summer of 2011 has finally come, well technically speaking we’re still in spring, fuck it im african. To accompany such amazing weather we must have “amazing” music. Whilst searching for the perfect song to accompany the recent riots and other stuff a stumbled upon a Grifthop band named Brother, not to be confused with their appalling Celtic Rock counterparts. The band hail from Slough, and have received great reviews from radio djs such as Zane Lowe and music journalist Paul Lester. The recent hit Darling Buds of May is flipping awesome, the lyrics are catchy simple but also raw and in your fucking face, if you get what I mean.