Miles Kane and Childhood, Ibiza Rocks, August 20th, 2014

August 22nd, 2014 3:54 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

This week Miles Kane graced the stage at Ibiza Rocks. It was my fourth time of seeing Miles playing live, so I was expecting a good gig. He played a storming acoustic show last summer at The Ibiza Rocks Bar, but this was his first time playing at Ibiza Rocks.

childhoodFirst up were London band Childhood, who were a late edition to the bill, but turned out to be an excellent choice of support. Fresh from releasing their first album ‘Lacuna’ on August 11, the young 4-piece band from London with the addition of a keyboard player wowed the crowd with their indie cum psychedelic pop tunes. Their last single ‘Falls Away’ was a bit more melodic than the rest of their set, which with two guitar players had a rockier edge.

They deserved to have a larger audience watching them, but those that were there were treated to a great set and it was over all too quickly, as is often the case with the support bands who usually only have a 40-minute slot. They seemed to be just getting into their stride when it was all over, and I could have happily watched them for much longer. Remember their name – check out their album and try and see them live – they’re worth it.

mileskaneMiles Kane made his entrance at 10.40, and what an entrance it was – one of the best I’ve seen for a while. Nicola Bear dropped ‘Blitzkreig Bop’ by The Ramones, which was followed by Miles’ entrance to Primal Scream’s ‘Loaded’. Once onstage the band launched into an energetic performance of ‘Inhaler’ that saw Miles strutting around the stage with his guitar, sporting his new cropped hair cut. I was in the pit taking photos at the beginning and seeing it all up so close was amazing and a fantastic start to what turned out to be a great gig.

With a great lighting show to accompany it, the energy coming from the stage from Miles and his band was infectious, as he posed, jumped, scissor-kicked and prowled his way around the stage. So much so that I felt the need to go down the front, not something that I do very often. Playing songs from his first two albums and his singles, including personal favourites ‘Come Closer’ and ‘Rearrange’, they played for just over an hour and were on fire throughout the set.

I selfishly loved the fact that the venue wasn’t rammed and enjoyed being down the front of the stage without getting crushed. Because of that it was one the gigs that have enjoyed the most this year, as it was a great experience to be up close to the front, and as usual, Miles and his band put on a great show.

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Madness and Hollie Cook, Ibiza Rocks, August 13th 2014

August 15th, 2014 1:22 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

This week at Ibiza Rocks was a big one! Every year a classic crowd-pleasing band are booked at the venue, and this year it was the return of Madness who played there back in 2011, with support from Hollie Cook. Everybody likes Madness and I’m no exception, but I’d never seen them play live before, so I was excited at the prospect. Even more exciting for me was the recent announcement that Hollie Cook would be supporting them. At the end of each season, staff and regulars at Ibiza Rocks are invited to be photographed with a ‘wish board’ on which they write who they want to see play next year. In 2012 Hollie was on my wish board. It didn’t happen in 2013 but it did in 2014, so I was obviously pleased with the booking.

ibizarocks130814-holliecookI first encountered Hollie playing keys and singing with the reformed Slits back in 2009 in London, and I was blown away by her amazing voice. Another great Slits gig later and a performance with The Rotten Hill Gang (supporting Big Audio Dynamite), and I was hooked, so when I saw that she’d gone solo, I bought her album and went to see her play at the Barfly in Camden. Since moving to Ibiza in 2012, I haven’t had the opportunity to see her play live since then.

Since I last saw her, she’s supported The Stone Roses at one of their Heaton Park gigs and played countless other gigs and festivals and also recorded and released her second album ‘Twice’. She’s definitely more confident onstage now as a result, and has a great rapport with the General Roots band that have been touring with her over the last few months.

She’s a bundle of talent, and it must be in her genes, being the daughter of The Sex Pistol’s drummer Paul Cook and one of Culture Club’s singers Jeni Cook. She learnt her trade on the road with The Slits and has bags of style and attitude and the sweet voice of an angel. She describes her music as ‘tropical pop’, and that’s what it is, with a vein of reggae running through it.

Opening up with ‘Ari Up’, her tribute to The Slits singer who passed away suddenly from cancer in 2010, she played a mix of songs from her two albums, including singles ‘Body Beat’, ‘Walking In The Sand’, ‘That Very Night’ and the latest single ‘Postman’, which coincidentally was released this week. She also played ‘Cry’ a personal favourite of mine, her song which also appeared on The Slit’s final album ‘Trapped Animal’ as ‘Cry Baby’ (see the link to a video of this at the end of the article).

I was disappointed however that many people didn’t arrive at the venue until later, missing most of her set! She deserved a bigger crowd to play to. But it was their loss – she was brilliant and her music was perfect for a hot, Ibizan August evening.

ibizarocks130814-madnessI missed the first few songs of Madness, as I was chatting to Hollie after her set. By now the venue was packed and it was hard to grab a space to see them. Half the island had come out to see them play: parents, teenagers, Uncle Tom Cobley and all. With 10 albums under their belt, Madness have a vast repertoire of material to draw on, and we were treated to many of their big hits, including ‘My Girl’, ‘House of Fun’ and crowd-pleaser ‘One Step Beyond’, plus some more unknown ska/reggae numbers over the course of the hour or so that they were onstage for.

A highlight for me was the guitarist doing a humorous rendition of The Beastie Boys ‘Fight for your right’, whilst the rest of the band went off for a brief break. The crowd understandably got what they wanted and danced and sang along. A noticeable absence on the stage however was Ibizan resident Chas Smash, and I for one missed his larger-than-life presence – the stage seemed a little empty without him.

They ended with ‘Madness’, followed by a solitary Suggs on the stage singing along to Monty Python’s ‘Always look on the bright side of life’ before he disappeared off up the stairs. And another classic gig at Ibiza Rocks came to a close.

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Hollie Cook, ‘Cry’

Madness, ‘Madness’:


Words & video by ClaireB

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Bastille and Rag’N’Bone Man, Ibiza Rocks August 6th 2014

August 8th, 2014 5:12 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

Another great Ibiza Rocks gig this week with returning Bastille and Rag ‘N’ Bone Man as support. “Rory Graham aka Rag ‘N’ Bone man is a soul and blues singer deeply rooted in the annals of the past but positioned firmly in the present.” Starting out as a real bluesy show it morphed into a hybrid of blues and soul with a distinct drum n bass feel but absolutely worked. Midway through he was joined by his brother onstage – great set.

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Rudimental and Jess Glynne, Ibiza Rocks, July 30 2014

August 1st, 2014 1:03 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

ibizarocks300714-rudimentalThis weeks Ibiza Rocks was graced by the presence of a Rudimental ‘live’ show – the four guys from Hackney with a full band and show.

Singer-songwriter Jess Glynne opened for them at 10pm. By then, it was already dark and the venue was packed, with a noticeable high proportion of young girls at the front of the stage. She only sang four songs, including the two that she featured on and went to number one in the charts recently: ‘Rather Be’ with Clean Bandit, ‘My Love’ with Route 94, plus her debut single in her own right ‘Right Here’. Her voice was strong and clear but she was over almost before she had started, but wowed the crowd, who especially loved her performance of ‘Rather Be’.

After a break Rudimental took to the stage just before 11pm to a venue packed with expectant punters. What was immediately noticeable was that the stage was also packed as they launched energetically into their first song. With the core crew in a line at the front of the stage (Kesi Dryden, Piers Agget, Amir Amor, and DJ Locksmith with an array of keyboards, percussion and guitars) they were joined on a raised platform behind them by three singers (two female and one male), drummer, trumpet player and saxophonist – that’s 10 of them on the stage in total. And basically they had a party onstage, with the singers taking it in turn to go to the front of the stage and sing lead vocals, both individually and in pairs, along with the trumpet and sax players to perform their solos.

ibizarocks300714-rudimentalThere was much jumping up and down, frenetic dancing and occasional en-masse dance routines as they belted out their fast-paced hybridised tunes combining drum and bass rhythms with some reggae, funk, jungle, hip hop and a bit of rock plus everything else they have chucked into their musical melting pot. The energy coming from the stage was incredible, magnified by the power of 10, and it reverberated around the venue and caught everyone in its path.

Frontman Kesi told us that the gig was emotional for them because Ibiza Rocks was where it all started for them. And just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, they played their number one single ‘Waiting all Night’ which originally featured Ella Eyre, and whatever energy reserves the crowd were holding back were suddenly released, and everybody went even more crazy.

I don’t think there was a single person in the venue either on the stage or in the audience that didn’t enjoy themselves. If the venue had a roof, it would have been blown off! Before they reluctantly left the stage after they all came to the front en masse to salute the crowd, Kesi said “Ibiza Rocks we f*****g love you” but it was clear that Ibiza Rocks loved them back.

I’ve seen some great, energy-filled performances in Ibiza Rocks and there have been some crackers already this year, but this show was definitely up there with the best of them. I’m still grinning to myself as I’m writing this afterwards – it really was that good! You can’t beat a brilliant live band performance. Thank goodness for Ibiza Rocks and what they bring to the island.

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Words & video by ClaireB, photos by Living Photography

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Ed Sheeran and Saint Raymond, Ibiza Rocks 23rd July 2014

July 25th, 2014 3:22 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

Another fantastic pair of gigs for Ibiza Rocks 9th Annivery party with Saint Raymond supporting Ed Sheeran. I’ve been going to Ibiza Rocks since 2007 when it was originally at Bar M and never have I heard such a loud crowd of screaming girls, it was amazing. A great gig and then it was off to Pikes afterwards to continue the birthday celebrations till the small hours.

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Jake Bugg and Catfish and the Bottlemen, Ibiza Rocks, July 16 2014

July 21st, 2014 12:57 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

ibizarocks160714-catfishandthebottlemenThis week’s performance at Ibiza Rocks was from Jake Bugg.

Support was from Catfish and the Bottlemen, whose debut album ‘The Balcony’ is being released on September 15. I’d heard their latest single ‘Fallout’ played on BBC6 Music a few times and liked what I’d heard. As soon as I saw them onstage wearing skinny jeans and dressed from head to toe in black, I knew they were going to be good. And they were!

The four-piece band from Llandudno belted out their indie-rock tunes, to the large and appreciative crowd who had gathered to see them. They quickly got everyone dancing and they were the best support band so far this summer, against some stiff competition.

Headliner Jake Bugg came onstage at 10.40, to a barrage of screams from the girls at the front of the stage. This was the third outing for Jake Bugg at Ibiza Rocks. He supported Ben Howard back in 2012 and I was gutted to only catch his last couple of songs as he was on really early.

ibizarocks160714-jakebuggReturning last year to headline at the opening party I was able to catch and enjoy all his set, and this year he is back, with a second album under his belt, and enjoying huge success, both in the UK and internationally.

He’s now reached the grand old age of 20, which is incredibly young when you listen to the maturity of his songs and witness his undeniable talent in the flesh. He switched effortlessly between playing acoustic and electric guitars and performing both solo and with his backing band of drummer and bassist. Playing a mix of songs from both his albums he oozes talent, but he isn’t particularly talkative and doesn’t engage with his audience much, opting just to wow them with his songs.

The pace changed frequently from solo ballads to fast-paced songs such as ‘Slumville Sunrise’, ‘Kingpin’ and ‘What Doesn’t Kill You’. He played for well over an hour, ending with ‘Lightning Bolt’, choosing not to give us an encore. It’s not that we didn’t deserve one – the crowd was behind him all the way and loved every minute. Encores just shouldn’t be taken for granted. Another top gig with two great acts at Ibiza Rocks, and evidence that there’s plenty of demand for guitar bands in Ibiza.

Afterwards it was again off to Pikes for the Rock Nights 9th Anniversary party. A very long but extremely fun night with Colin Peters on the decks, random piano playing and of course Sunny’s karaoke in the bathroom.

Jake played:

Kentucky
There’s a Beast And We All Feed It
Trouble Town
Seen It All
Me And You
Storm Passes Away
Two Fingers
Messed Up Kids
Ballad of Mr Jones
Broken
Simple Pleasures
Green Man
Kingpin
Taste It
Slumville Sunrise
What Doesn’t Kill You
Folsom Prison Blues
Lightning Bolt

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Nas, Ibiza Rocks, July 9th 2014

July 12th, 2014 3:00 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

This week saw hip hop master Nas (aka New Yorker Nasir Jones) performing his album ‘Illmatic’. It’s 20 years since the album was released in 1994 and Nas has been touring and performing it live around the world. There was a big buzz around the island for this gig. For me however, this album and Nas for that matter somehow passed me by! I’m not sure how as in 1994 I was still living in Manchester, listening to lots of music and had been a big fan of hip hop, amongst other genres. But anyway it did.

For my pre-gig research I turned to iTunes, which says: “Illmatic is so frequently saddled with the mantle of ‘greatest Hip-Hop album of all time’ that it can be difficult for the first time listener to approach it without trepidation”. Which is interesting, because that’s exactly how I was feeling about the gig. I’m not fond of gigs in which artists play a complete album, especially if it’s one that you don’t know well. But Ibiza Rocks is a great venue to see any artist in, so off I went with an open mind, hoping that I would enjoy the gig and possibly even hear something that I recognised.

ibizarocks090714-nasAnd I certainly did on both counts! Arriving at the venue just before Nas appeared on stage at 11pm because I was rooting for Netherlands to beat Argentina in the World Cup, he bounded onstage, and immediately showed us he meant business. Starting with ‘N. Y. State of Mind’, he pretty much performed the album in order, deviating slightly towards the end, but then went on to sing lots of other tracks.

Live, the songs really came alive and sounded both raw and fresh. It was one of those nights where I and pretty much everyone else in the venue was dancing. The sound was great and you could hear the lyrics loud and clear over the top of the expert scratching, beats, samples and back-up vocals coming from his sidekick on the decks. Combined with stunning backdrop projections, many featuring images and video footage from New York, of the skyline, people and other stunning images, you could not take your eyes off the stage or keep your feet still.

It was a slick, engaging show, and I was not alone in loving it. It’s just a shame that Netherland’s performance in the World Cup was not the same, as they crashed out of the tournament after a dull game on penalties. To console ourselves we went on to the after party at Ibiza Rocks House at Pikes where we were treated to some great tunes from Colin Peters, Jeff Automatic and others until the hours of the morning. It was a great night, but shame about the football!

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Lily Allen and Bipolar Sunshine, Ibiza Rocks, 25/06/14

June 27th, 2014 3:13 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

Last night saw another great gig at Ibiza Rocks, with Lily Allen topping the bill, supported by Bipolar Sunshine.

ibizarocks250614-bipolarsunshineBipolar Sunshine is the solo project of Manchester-based musician Adio Marchant, formerly from Kid British fame. Live he plays with a full backing band: keyboard player (plus occasional guitar), bassist and drummer. They played what could best be described as sunshine music. Their set was full of original poppy, funky, danceable tunes, which were perfect for a warm, breezy, Ibizan night as the sun went down. When the keyboard player switched to guitar, the pace quickened and they rocked it up a bit.

The biog on Facebook says: “Bipolar Sunshine is based on a surreal world where anything is possible, the stranger the better as long as it’s done with an artistic approach. A Home for the defeated romantic, the passionately curious but in the mist of all still can see the bright side to everything.” I rather like that approach and it was exemplified by the last song in their set, which was entitled ‘Love more worry less’, which was a great sentiment to leave us with.

A lot has happened to Lily Allen since I saw her bounce onto the stage at ‘Get Loaded in the Park’ on Clapham Common in 2006, wearing a hoody and her then signature prom dress and trainers. I enjoyed her performance, which was memorable because as she sang ‘LDN’ and the words “the sun is in the sky”, the stubborn English sun came out for the first time in the day. Since then, she’s grown up. She became a successful recording artist and a celebrity, had a couple of publicly-reported miscarriages, got married, had two children and retired from the music industry. But in 2013 she decided to make a come-back, and come back she did, with her cover of Keane’s ‘Somewhere Only We Know’ and her third album ‘Sheezus’ going to number one in the charts. So I was excited to seeing her perform again, in the relatively intimate setting of Ibiza Rocks.

ibizarocks250614-lilyallenShe didn’t disappoint. Looking resplendent as she came onstage wearing a shimmery green cut-off bustier and a bright orange pencil skirt with full-length zip at the back and killer heels, she launched into ‘LDN’ to great applause from the expectant crowd. Next up was ‘F**K You’ which went down well and everyone started singing along. For recent single ‘Hard Out Here’, Lily was joined onstage by 4 dancers clad in very short denim shorts, who shook their booty’s ferociously to the tongue-in-cheek song. Leaving the stage for a quick costume change whilst the dancers entertained us, she reappeared in another glamorous outfit.

For the rest of the show she happily mixed early singles and songs from her first two albums with songs from the recent album. The dancers appeared intermittently, including for the latter part of ‘Smile’, which veered off into a frenzy of drum and bass. Not long after, she ditched her heels and spent the rest of the gig dancing around barefoot. For some of the slower songs she sat at the front of the stage, which was probably an attempt to rest from the heat of the night but was endearing to watch.

Throughout the gig she voiced concerns about having problems with her earpiece and not being able to hear everything clearly, and despite a change of equipment, this didn’t seem to help. However, it was fine from where we were standing. She put on a great performance: it was slick, entertaining and the crowd loved her.

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John Newman & Lulu James, Ibiza Rocks, 18/06/14

June 21st, 2014 1:42 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza rocks | Comments (0)

After the first 2 weeks of rocking out with John Newman & 1975, this week they switched style a bit and we had John Newman with Lulu James supporting. I had heard Lulu James through her songs on amazing radio and really liked the poppy/soul style. A great performance and would like to see her again with a longer set. John Newman I only knew through his song with Disclosure, I had my foot tapping throughout but the songs didn’t really grab me and were somewhat forgettable. To be fair though it was packed and the crowd loved him.

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Gumball 3000 Rally arrives in Ibiza

June 12th, 2014 5:22 pm Posted by: admin in ibiza | Comments (0)

The Gumball 3000 Rally arrived in Ibiza yesterday and so we wandered down to the port in San Antonio to see all 125 cars arrive on the ferry from Denia. It was suitably noisy and lots of very nice and obviously very expensive cars.



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