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Picture - Charlie XCX - A variety... London United Kingdom, Thursday 19th February 2015

Charlie XCX - A variety of stars were photographed as they arrived at the 2015 NME Awards which were held at the Brixton Academy in London, United Kingdom - Thursday 19th February 2015

Picture - The Vaccines - A host... London United Kingdom, Wednesday 18th February 2015

The Vaccines - A host of stars were photographed as they arrived for the NME Awards which were held at the Brixton Academy in London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 18th February 2015

Picture - Bez and Guest - NME... London United Kingdom, Wednesday 18th February 2015

Bez and Guest - NME Awards held at the Brixton Academy - Arrivals. at Brixton Academy - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 18th February 2015

Picture - Shots of British singer songwriter... London United Kingdom, Thursday 29th January 2015

Shots of British singer songwriter Jessie Ware as she gave a live performance at the Brixton Academy in London, United Kingdom - Thursday 29th January 2015

Kasabian, Brixton Academy 19/08/10 Live Review


Kasabian's headline slot at V this weekend has taken something of a backseat with The Libertines impending reunion at Reading/Leeds the following weekend. Both booked in warm up shows in smaller than usual venues. Both sold out in minutes. Whilst The Libertines play the Forum next week, Kasabian returned to Brixton Academy last night, laying down the gauntlet for them and anyone else wishing to get in their way. Played under a flag of St. George hanging from the rafters, the statement to their contemporaries was there for all to see. 'We're the biggest band in Britain.' Be honest, no one really gives a shit about Radiohead any more.

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White Stripes - Brixton Academy - Live Review


White Stripes -Live

White Stripes - Brixton Academy - 11/04/2003
Tonight we rock, for the red & white army are in town - Jack and Meg, king and queen of the noughties.

Anticipation is at fever pitch - Brixton a ticket-tout gauntlet running all the way from the station to the venue. And there can be no more fitting setting for such a knee trembling event, The Academy glorious and cavernous - high above the stage those Moorish balconies and their elegiac golden glow.

All the portents seem to indicate that the next couple of hours will be a momentous and defining period in rocks fabulous history. The Stripes, you see, have just released the best album of the genre since Nirvana blew up the underground with Nevermind. Will the weight of expectation crush or inspire?

White Stripes - Brixton Academy - 11/04/2003 review @ www.contactmusic.com
At 9:30 they appear, first Meg - spectral in a stunning white trouser suit - then Jack - resplendent in red. The place goes mad, Contact Music gets the shivers.

What follows is a sublime exhibition of the art - thunderously loud, fiercely intelligent, completely original and utterly meaningful. The new tracks have already been elevated to favourite status, '7 nation army' storms like Zep + the Pixies, whilst their rendition of 'I just don't know what to do with myself', is banging, tear jerking and magical.

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