Vicky Double
Music / Journalism

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The majority of students find themselves strapped for cash, myself included. I got to a point where I felt I couldn’t fully appreciate live music as I never had enough money to be able to pay for the gigs or concerts. However, that all changed when I stumbled on the Dice App. This app is designed to share the hottest music by specified location without having to pay any additional booking fees or charges. At first I was sceptical, I felt there must be a hidden catch or I had signed into something which ultimately would sponge my card dry. The first gig I attended was free at The Old Blue Last, a pub and venue based in Shoreditch. The headliners were called ‘Catholic Action’ supported by upcoming bands ‘Palm Honey’ and ‘Playing House’. This not only introduced me to three bands, all of whom were talented and unique in their own right, but it was also a great opportunity to meet likeminded people and chat to the band members themselves. The second gig I went to was at The Shacklewell Arms where I watched a band called ‘Haux’ supported by great upcoming singer Rosie Carney. I checked Haux out