It’s the 14th of September 2016, an unwelcoming Wednesday night in Edinburgh, and I’ve forced myself up from the comfort of my sofa to go and see Berlin’s Matias Aguayo and The Desdemonas at Sneaky Pete’s. “Is this how you dreamt it would be?” asks Aguayo, between songs, three quarters of the way through their set. It turns out to be the central lyric of the next number, in which he’s seemingly talking about the dystopian future-present our childhood selves would find themselves living in today, but the question could equally apply to our expectations of the gig.Read More
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