Jelmer Luimstra

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T in the Park: review

It was a remarkable year for T in the Park. Not only was it the 20th anniversary for the Scottish festival, but also the sun finally shone. This was a relief af...
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Review: Railway Redemption

‘Railway Redemption’ is the name of the 35-minute documentary from East London-based filmmaker Santiago Posada. It tells the touching story of 70-year old Sri L...
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Review: Xavier Rudd at Koko

Australian singer, environmental activist and longhaired hippie Xavier Rudd couldn’t have chosen a better venue in London to play his show than KOKO in Camden. ...
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Review: The Primitives at 229

If you were part of a successful band in the eighties, it’s very likely that you all got back together for a reunion. Unfortunately reunions don’t work out most...
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Interview with Blood Sport

Sheffield.. What is the first band that comes to mind? Of course, the good old Arctic Monkeys. But Alex Turner and his friends seem to spend their days in the A...
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Interview with Zena Kitt

‘Moody electronic music’, that’s the best way to describe the music from Zena Kitt. She feels inspired by Kate Bush, David Bowie and Lana Del Rey. You have mayb...

Jelmer Luimstra

Jelmer Luimstra is a Dutch music journalist who's very interested in British pop music. He is currently working from Groningen.