VAMPIRE WEEKEND - EARTH HACKNEY [LIVE REVIEW] ‘INDIE ICONS MAKE A TRIUMPHANT RETURN’

For their first London performance in six years, Vampire Weekend bring prog rock, indie pop and a dose of their own quirky style to a very special show at Hackney’s Earth Theatre.

Read More

Foals - EartH Hackney [Live Review] 'Blistering Foals take Hackney By Storm'

To warm up for their World Tour and celebrate the release of fifth record ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost’ (Part 1). Foals storm the intimate surroundings of EartH Hackney with a blistering performanc

Read More

Review: Nina Nesbitt - The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change

Nina Nesbitt’s long-awaited sophomore LP is a brilliant and deeply personal record that embraces resilience and proves why she is one of Britain’s most exciting modern pop stars.

Read More

Top 20 Albums Of The Year - 2018

For our first post of 2019, join as we countdown the Top 20 albums released in 2018.

Read More

The Good, The Bad & The Queen - EartH Hackney [Live Review] 'A Sublime Sign of the times'

The Good, The Bad & The Queen, led by the poetic musings of Damon Albarn transform EartH Hackney into Merrie Land for three nights. Here’s our verdict of the triumphant opening show.

Read More

Beastie Boys Book Live & Direct - EartH Hackney Review

For an unconventional evening, The Perfect Tempo presents an unconventional review/recap of the Beastie Boy’s Book Live in Hackney. Because this was much more than a book reading, this was a beautiful and bonkers celebration from Mike-D and Ad-Rock of not just their career but of their beloved pal Adam Yauch and it wasn’t to be missed.

Read More

Review: The Good, The Bad & The Queen - Merrie land

It’s taken a confused and damaged nation to bring super group The Good, The Bad & The Queen back to the studio. Spurred on by Damon Albarn’s poetic musings, the group have crafted not just their finest record but an album that genuinely relates to the times we live in.

Read More

Review: A Star Is Born (2018 Soundtrack) - Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper

On the classics fourth remake. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper bring a refreshingly modern take to the classic story with a soundtrack which manages to capture all the emotion of the big screen, whilst standing on its own feet as a truly remarkable album.

Read More