Little Comets, The Cambridge Junction

Shooting for Slate the Disco, I had the great honour of photographing the brilliant Little Comets at The Cambridge Junction this week.

As expected they were amazing, playing material new and old to a hungry crowd of leaping fans!

My favourite shots of the night are below.

Please check out Slate the Disco too. It’s a wealth of art scene fodder for the visually and aurally hungry Cambridgian!

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Fryars, Norwich Arts Centre

Supporting Rae Morris were the wonderful Fryars. A support met with much excitement, what with their collaboration on Cold which perhaps unsurprisingly, they performed together later that night.

Their set was fab and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I am still mesmerised by the number of pedals their guitarist had which would quite possibly, put my local cycle shop to shame!

My favourites from the night are below.

Rae Morris, Norwich Arts Centre

With much trepidation, I entered my first pit-less gig to photograph perhaps the biggest artist I had yet photographed in a tiny and packed out Norwich Arts Centre. After jostling for some elbow room I managed to get the shots I was after!

Rae absolutely did not disappoint, she was as captivating and electric as her album would lead you to believe and has grown exponentially as a performer since I last caught her, supporting Bombay Bicycle Club at the Cambridge Corn Exchange in 2011.

My favourite shots of the night are below.

Tom Copson, Supporting Hayseed Dixie at The Cambridge Junction

Tom was superb. I don’t often feel that way about support acts, but he was engaging and fun to watch and great to listen to. His songs were punchy, well written, poignant and often funny, something that you can’t always get across easily to a new listener when live. I thoroughly enjoyed his set and look forward to seeing him again.

All this made him very easy to photograph.

Below are a selection of my favourites from the night.

Hayseed Dixie, Live at The Cambridge Junction

A couple of weeks ago, much to my delight, I managed to get a photo pass for Rockgrass Pioneers, Hayseed Dixie for their performance at The Cambridge Junction.

If you have more than one type of music in your record collection and you don’t know who these guys are, you are missing out!

Covering everything from Motörhead’s “Ace of Spades” to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” and even throwing some classical and bluegrass roots into the mix, their set was brilliantly eclectic, fun and musically brilliant. Visit www.hayseeddixie.com for more info!

Below are my favourite shots from the night, enjoy!