Review: Sean C. Johnson @ The Bedford, Balham

If you asked us five years ago which US artist we’d love to see live, we would have said Sean C. Johnson. Yes, he’s been to the UK a couple of times in recent years but we’ve never been able to get the dates to work. This time, we finally made it. Sean C. Johnson…

Review: Triple O album launch @ Camden Assembly

When he arrived on stage for his album launch event, Triple O warned us that he was going to take it easy at the start. He wanted to save his energy for the entire set. That disclaimer didn’t last long though. As much as Triple O said he was saving himself during the early tracks…

Triple O starts again ahead of new album

Six years is a long time in music, especially if you’re a Triple O fan. That’s how long it’s been since Triple O released an LP. The wait is almost over. The MOBO winner just dropped what will be the first single from the new album. We think it’s hit material. The track’s called Started…

Lurine Cato: I almost didn’t record Power

It’s one of the biggest tracks to come out of the UK in recent years but Lurine Cato’s smash hit Power almost didn’t get recorded. Lurine Cato, known to many as the Queen of UK Gospel, told the Sound Doctrine that the track almost ended up on the cutting room floor and was close to…

Times Change for Triple O – New Music

You can’t say Triple O is afraid of variation. Hot on the heels of raucous grime track Godzilla, the Mobo winner has smoothed things out for his next release. The new track is called Times Change and it’s a chalk and cheese departure from his previous effort. The laid back soulful beat produced by R-Kay allows Triple O…

Review: Premier Gospel Week

It was the first of its kind, an entire week dedicated to all different types of gospel music across the London. Premier Gospel’s Gospel Week festival was 7 nights, 7 concerts and all in all a fantastic experience. The Gospel Finale took place tonight at the Rock Tower (a really noice church, by the way!)…