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Changes to our theatre reviews section

by Michael Hubbard

Eagle eyed thesps among you may notice some changes to musicOMH.com’s theatre section already. More will follow. Two new sections have been added. Firstly, we’re…



Quantum of Solace


The teaser trailer for the new Bond film hit the internet yesterday. Not to be outdone, and for those who haven’t seen it yet, musicOMH.com...

Gatecrasher Day 2 – the final straight


Attentions are high pending the imminent arrival of Simian Mobile Disco. Soulwax stormed the Zane Lowe tent earlier, Erol Alkan put in a belter as...

Gatecrasher Day 2 – beaten by the weather


Its official, there is no mainstage today after apparent ‘flooding.’ For us it means we get to see Soulwax instead of the Chemical Brothers. There...

Gatecrasher Day 2


The signs aren’t good. The mainstage has somehow been flooded and everything before the Chemical Brothers 8.50 set has been cancelled or shunted off somewhere...

Gatecrasher Day 2 – decisions to make


On second thought acid house at 4pm on a Sunday works quite well too. 808 state or Justice later? Decisions decisions…

Gatecrasher Day 2 – dubstepping up


A coffee, an energy drink, two greasy doughnuts, three cigarettes and a lager later we’re ready for day two. Despite the change of attire my...

Gatecrasher Day 2 – rain and wind


I dont want to leave my tent. Rain and wind have lashing down for the past four hours after our crawl back from Switch at...

Gatecrasher Day 1 – onwards to Vitalic


It’s only gone 1am. Hour two of Paul van Dyk’s three set in the Crasher arena. We need a breather so we’re sat in the...

Gatecrasher Day 1 – and Mr van Dyk


Oooh and Paul Van Dyk….

Gatecrasher Day 1 – full swing


Camp OMH is now in operation. Pegging a tent in galeforce winds has its moments but it hasnt been kind on Does It Offend You...

Gatecrasher Day 1


The three o’clock from Victoria has departed. The destination simply says ‘Gatecrashers.’ Spirits are good, everyone is clean and basking in the London sun. The...

The Great Escape – done for another year


Full details of the final night to follow, but a couple of notes in the meantime, seeing as we’ve not produced an update since last...

Coalition of the unwilling


Coalition hasn’t yet opened, so it’s a reasonable guess everything there will now run late by at least half an hour, starting with OK Tokyo....

The Great Escape day 3 continued…


Esser braved the threatened rain and played a short set despite a lack of soundcheck, which was brave. Diners in the adjacent Pizza Express surely...

The Great Escape – Day 2 continued


So, Audio was rammed for Soko and Kid Harpoon’s set where they each did their best to supplement each other’ songs with a variety of...

The Great Escape – Day 3


Bones are beginning to ache. Maybe they’ll feel better with a spot of coffee and some Tuaca, whatever that is. We’ll soon find out anyway...

The Great Escape – Day 2 round-up


Well, that was a late one in the end, and certainly eclectic. From Telepathe’s Mac-made loops of sinister electronica at Revenge, through the befeathered Saul...

The Great Escape – Day 2 gets going


And we’re underway, which is more than can be said for Digital, whose programme seems shot to pot already. Lovvers appear to have rescheduled, as...

The Great Escape – We Are Scientists


Security people are urging a sizeable gathering of people off the roads around Audio where we’ve just left We Are Scientists playing an impromptu set...

The Great Escape – greytops remember when all really was fields


Annie Nightingale was magically replaced by sometime musicOMH.com scribe and talking telly head John Robb, looking spiffing in a shiny lime suit as he chaired...