In the strange time that is 2020, flashing your headlights at the stage is the new way to cheer on live acts. Crowded mosh pits have been replaced with carparks for now, and while it is a different experience, there is still some great live music to enjoy even in these unprecedented times.
While things still aren’t quite right, watching the Camino Gold boys play while the crowd danced in their seats and one punter threw ice from his glass towards the stage, it felt as close as we can get to normal.
WORDS AND INTERVIEW BY ZACHARY HERBERT IMAGE BY KYLE BURGESS From the get go it was obvious that this was going to be a massive show, with what I would estimate to be roughly 50% of the room filled before openers Marmalade finished their set. So it was no surprise to find out that byContinue reading “LIVE REVIEW + INTERVIEW // Cooks and Bakers (Cambridge Hotel)”