Jamie MacMillan

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Reviews by Jamie MacMillan

Review of the year – Jamie MacMillan

Favourite Album: Idles - Joy As An Act Of Resistance The second album from Idles, was a game changer. Taking ...
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Jeff Tweedy – Warm

After 24 years with Wilco, in Warm Jeff Tweedy has finally got round to releasing his first solo album of all-new ...
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The 1975 – A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships

Easily the most hyped and anticipated album of 2018, the third record from Matty, George, Adam and Ross sees The ...
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Art Brut – Wham! Bang! Pow! Let’s Rock Out!

“Close your eyes and hold on tight, everything’s gonna be alright!” These aren’t just the opening words to Art Brut’s ...
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Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton – 23rd November 2018

The noise levels surrounding this gig is the only thing that comes close to the volume on the night. Amongst ...
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Jade Bird – The Haunt, Brighton – 22nd November 2018

It's been quite the year for Jade Bird. The unmistakeable noise of hype has surrounded the diminutive singer from Hexham ...
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Sleeper – Concorde 2, Brighton – 17th November 2018

As time goes by, its becoming easy to forget just how bloody massive Britpop was before it all imploded as ...
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Estrons – Green Door Store, Brighton – 16th November 2018

Arriving in Brighton on the last leg of a victory lap around the UK following the critical acclaim to their ...
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Esben and the Witch – Nowhere

Named after a Danish fairytale, it has been ten years since Esben and the Witch first joined forces and began ...
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Muse – Simulation Theory

Simulation Theory, the eighth studio album from Muse, sees them trade in their old Queen albums for a whole new ...
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Architects – Holy Hell

When everything shatters, what then? What do you do when life deals you the cruelest, harshest hand? For Brighton’s Architects, ...
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The Blinders – The Haunt, Brighton – 10th November 2018

The latest band to offer a very modern voice of dissent in a world of discord, Manchester’s The Blinders steam ...
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Johnny Marr – Brighton Dome – 9th November 2018

The complete antithesis to his former bandmate, Johnny Marr put on the kind of show that gets spoken about on ...
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The Voidz – Concorde 2, Brighton – 6th November 2018

On a night that sees the headline act stroll onto the stage nearly an hour later than scheduled, a messy, ...
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The Prodigy – Brighton Centre – 5th November 2018

Fireworks night proved to be the perfect timing for The Prodigy to put on a seriously explosive show, the only ...
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Robyn – Honey

Absence makes the heart grow fonder, or so the cliché goes. For Robyn, it also allowed her reputation to grow, ...
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Micah P. Hinson and The Musicians of the Apocalypse – When I Shoot At You With Arrows, I Will Shoot To Destroy You

Following the rich tapestry of tales contained within last year’s The Holy Strangers, Texas’ Micah P. Hinson returns with yet ...
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Bad Sounds – The Haunt, Brighton – 3rd November 2018

“Make bad better” goes the advice from the pre-show tannoy, followed shortly by, ”This is the room where you get ...
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John Grant – Brighton Dome – 29th October 2018

Since the dissolution of The Czars, John Grant has been steadily moving further down an electro lane with each new ...
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First Aid Kit – Brighton Dome – 30th October 2018

After three years away, First Aid Kit applied the perfect balm for any troubled souls on a gorgeous night at ...
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Our Girl – The Haunt, Brighton – 26th October 2018

To say it’s been quite a year for Our Girl is rather the understatement. From releasing their debut album, to ...
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Black Peaks – Bar Fortytwo, Worthing – 21st October 2018

Coming just the day after 700,000 people marched through the streets of London in hope of a Peoples’ Vote, it ...
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Tvam – Psychic Data

For a number of years, Wigan’s Joe Oxley has been making a big name for himself under his Tvam moniker ...
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John Grant – Love Is Magic

Back for the fourth time as a solo artist, John Grant has returned with another treasure trove of quips, sardonic ...
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