Even when Mr Ware forgets that legendary snapping tool of his, he still manages to snatch some close up shots of hardcore action with his trusty iphone backup - see these pics of The Darling Buds from their London gig last night as evidence...
Been having a catch-up with his legendary snapping tool has Mr Ware - after finally downloading from said tool, some largely satisfying shots of F.U.R.S. now adorn our blog below...
Welsh rockers Stereophonics took to the stage at Brighton Centre last week as part of their Graffiti on the Train tour. Catch some snaps of the event below...
Austin's very own psychedelic rock darlings The Black Angels played before an enthusiastic Brighton crowd last night - check out our snaps from the gig below
The inimitable new wave/punk pioneers Blondie brought their show to the Forestry Commission's gigs this month, read the review of the Bedgebury Pinetum gig here. And enjoy the terrible quality iPhone pics below. If anyone wants to donate a decent camera to the cause, use the contact page to get in touch!!
Saturday 11th May saw Parlour Flames (ex-Oasis guitarist Bonehead and musician and poet Vinny Peculiar) take in Brighton on their UK tour, promoting their self-titled debut album which is out in the UK on the 20th May. Pictures below...and review here
Pictures of the recent Simple Minds gig at Brighton Dome below; review here.
It is fitting that the first ever blog entry on CriticalWax.com concerns The Smiths legendary guitarist Johnny Marr, as the first ever solo album released by Marr was the first ever CriticalWax produced album review - supplied to and published by Stereoboard.com.
Last night saw Marr play to a sardine tin-like Concorde 2 situated in Brighton's Madeira Drive - a great, small rocking venue on the seafront that has seen legends come and go, including the Foo Fighters when Dave Grohl and co. played a one-off intimate gig here in 2007.
CriticalWax managed to take some (shoddy quality it has to be said) live snaps of the recent recipient of the NME Godlike Genius Award. Check the Published Articles page for a review of the gig, and also for a review of the album The Messenger.
Please note, these pics are free for use elsewhere (why you would want to do that, who knows) as long as a credit and link back to CriticalWax is given on your website.