Tag: Kasabian

KASABIAN, Brixton Academy – Evening Standard, 24 Aug 2018

In the middle of another summer of moving the masses at gigantic festival appearances, Leicester’s Kasabian dropped in on Brixton Academy for a little taste of the old days. Guitarist and songwriter Serge Pizzorno spoke of watching DJ Shadow here as a young man and dreaming of standing on the famed stage. Of the many times he has stood on… Read more →

KASABIAN interview – Evening Standard, 31 March 2017

  Having previously written music inspired by velociraptors, internet surveillance and Vlad the Impaler, and named their band after a member of the Manson Family, Kasabian have done something really unexpected as they prepare to release their sixth album: they’ve come up with what they say is their first ever love song.   Put Your Life On It closes the… Read more →

KASABIAN, Shepherd’s Bush Empire – Evening Standard, 19 June 2014

Gathering lightweight sparring partners before a title fight, Kasabian are visiting a few smaller venues before their Glastonbury headline slot at the end of the month. This one was an easy win. In a charity set for War Child they simply flattened the theatre with a barrage of their most powerful songs. With the release of an excellent fifth album,… Read more →

KASABIAN – Evening Standard, 2 Dec 2011

As the clock strikes midnight on December 31, Kasabian will be rocking the 02 Arena. The Leicester rabble-rousers are headlining London’s biggest New Year’s Eve party and they’re thinking outside the box. “You want to grab people and take them to outer space,” says songwriter and guitarist Serge Pizzorno. “You don’t want people just stood there, you want the crowd… Read more →