Print Music Editor reviews Loyle Carner at Exeter Great Hall
On 4th May, Olivia SMurray saw Loyle Carner live at Trinity Arts Centre, Bristol.
Where Saturday’s line-up brought some the finest DJs in house, disco and electronica to Eastville Park, Sunday promised to bring together one of most eclectic line-ups of the summer festival circuit to the South West. Sunday’s headliners featured some of the United Kingdom’s finest lyricists, with the focus turning away from the decks and onto […]
10. Loyle Carner Yesterday’s Gone “You’ve got to go for being sexist. You’ve got to go,” Loyle Carner said, as he kicked out a fan from his recent Norwich gig, “I’m sorry man, you’ve got to learn a lesson, my young man. Sorry.” His tour, (which included Exeter’s Phoenix), carried the same name as his […]
“This has been my favourite show I’ve played EVER” shouts a very gracious and glowing Loyle Carner at the end of his set on Sunday night – I don’t think I can put it better myself really, but i’ll try anyway. The Marble Factory is filled with Bristol’s edgiest, all partly desperate to get out […]
As his EP A Little Late showed us, Carner isn’t afraid to be vulnerable in his music or his words, exposing his pain like an open wound. Yesterday’s Gone is no less honest, talking about family and the plight of a young man. Carner perfectly captures that post-university period of one’s twenties when suddenly adulthood […]
With 2016 swiftly coming to a close, it is time to set our gaze to the upcoming year and the many different musical talents it will provide us with. Here at Exeposé Music we like to think we have our finger on the pulse, as Rory Marcham, Music Editor, attempts to predict who will be […]