Posts From Abi FSM

Abi FSM 26 posts

Abi is the latest recruitment to the FSM team. Besides a passionate music lover, she's an amazingly talented photographer as well. Not to mention her above average usage of Twitter...

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Chvrches – The Forum, March 14th 2014

I’m an infrequent contributor to this blog (I hate writing, it feels like homework), but I think I may have mentioned Chvrches before. In case you’ve been under a rock

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Lulu James – Old St Pancras Church, October 30th

Regular readers of this blog will know my views on Lulu James (hint – they’re VERY positive), so I will focus on new information here and you can read back

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Gathering Festival Oxford – October 19th 2013

Multi-venue town centre festivals aren’t a particularly new phenomenon, but they have only crept into my consciousness over the last couple of years. This year, I have visited two, The

Summer Camp – New Slang & Banquet, September 12th

Summer Camp @ Banquet Records and New Slang, McCluskys Not one, but two shows of summery indie pop on a grey Tuesday in September. Cross legged on the floor of

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Franz Ferdinand – New Slang, August 29th 2013

Franz Ferdinand – New Slang, August 29th 2013: I’d underestimated how much fun a full venue ready for a sing-a-long could be. Lots of big hitters in a great set,

Owen Pallett – Village Underground, 11th August 2013

Better known, or rather unknown, as ‘just’ a behind-the-scenes man (Arcade Fire, The National, Taylor Swift – the list could go on), Owen Pallett is a master of the violin,

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Public Service Broadcasting – Banquet Records, 12th August 2013

Public Service Broadcasting brought nostalgia, theatre, laughs and some flippin’ good tunes to the Kingston record store on a Monday evening. And if you enjoyed the debut album Inform Educate

Charli XCX – Proud Camden, August 9th 2013

Free shows do not make for good audiences; that said, everyone (including me *now*) knew the words to I Love It! Charli XCX did not let the lacklustre crowd ruin