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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Review: Toro Y Moi at Koko

Last night in Koko was one of those nights that don’t happen very often: a gig that doesn’t bore you for a single second. At most concerts there are always mome...
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Interview with -GENTRY-

Rob Gentry has been travelling around the world as a session musician for Joan As Police Woman and Findlay Brown, but recently he started his own musical projec...
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Interview With The Shades

The Internet is one of the best platforms for bands and The Shades know it. After they put a few songs on Soundcloud, their phones started to work overtime, due...

Jelmer Luimstra

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