Category: Enter Shikari

ENTER SHIKARI, Brixton Academy – Evening Standard, 14 Jan 2019

“This is the kind of song that would make your dad tell you that music was better in his day,” Enter Shikari’s spiky-haired frontman Rou Reynolds said before one of the St Albans quartet’s newer compositions, The Revolt of the Atoms. He could have been talking about their entire oeuvre.    Maybe there is a Dylan influence hidden in their schizophrenic… Read more →

ENTER SHIKARI interview – Evening Standard, 22 Sept 2017

I can still remember the first time I ever heard Enter Shikari. If you’re unfamiliar with the St Albans band’s oeuvre, put your feet up next time you have a spare four minutes and give an early song like, say, their 2006 single Sorry You’re Not a Winner a spin. Rave drums, computer bleeps, death metal growls, grinding guitars and… Read more →