Katie Leigh-Lancaster, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Third year English Literature student. Co-host of ‘Indie Birmingham’ on BURN FM

Live Review: Coat of Many

Music critic Katie Leigh-Lancaster is impressed by Coat of Many’s infectious debut at Birmingham’s O2 Institute

Posted on 10th August 2018

Review: ‘Her Horror’ Exhibition Preview at Vivid Projects

Katie Leigh-Lancaster reviews the experimental film installation Her Horror at Vivid Projects

Posted on 28th June 2018

Live Review: Gengahr

Gengahr's return to the Hare & Hounds is a gloriously beautiful affair, Katie Leigh-Lancaster reviews

Posted on 9th May 2018

Redbrick Meets: The Magic Gang

The Magic Gang frontman Jack Kaye talks Brighton bands and The Beach Boys with music critic Katie Leigh-Lancaster

Posted on 18th April 2018

Redbrick’s Festival Guide 2018

Redbrick Music is back with its comprehensive, month-by-month walk-through of all the biggest festivals coming this summer across the UK and the continent

Posted on 19th March 2018

Spotlight On: Gengahr

Dubbed as the future of dream-pop, Katie Leigh-Lancaster spotlights Gengahr ahead of their sophomore album

Posted on 8th March 2018

Single Review: Muse – Thought Contagion

Muse's intimidating back-catalogue may be holding them back from producing their next hit single, reviews Katie Leigh-Lancaster

Posted on 1st March 2018

Live Review: The Darkness

Katie Leigh-Lancaster reflects on the infectious theatricality and glam-rock riffs of The Darkness’ Tour de Prance

Posted on 30th January 2018

Redbrick’s Albums of 2017

Redbrick Music takes a look back at the best albums of 2017.

Posted on 12th January 2018

Redbrick Meets: White Room

White Room’s Jake Smallwood talks politics, psychedelia and Paul Weller’s Black Barn studio with Katie Leigh-Lancaster

Posted on 7th December 2017

Redbrick Meets: The Darkness

The Darkness’ Frankie Poullain chats to Katie Leigh-Lancaster about Pinewood Smile, Nicolas Cage and touring with Guns N’ Roses

Posted on 9th November 2017

Single Review: Franz Ferdinand – Always Ascending

Franz Ferdinand impress Katie Leigh-Lancaster with an infectious comeback single, but don't do quite enough to ascend to the heights of their own legacy

Posted on 4th November 2017