Dimbleby and Capper has had its name out in the woodworm for quite some time now. Being tipped off by major names that matter in the industry she has been given a great head start. Being a solo project for the early 20 something laura Bettinson, I was intrigued to see what all the controversy was all about.
Playing at Gold Dust at Hoxton Bar and Kitchen, supporting Daisy Dares you, she had a strong intimate audience to try and persuade otherwise. Making an entrance with her entourage, dressing the boys up in masks and her centre stage, eyes were all over the place, trying to decide what to focus on next.
Introducing us to some of her tracks was impressive to say the least. With her contribution of deep electro pop, in tune lyrics and unsteady rhythm worked a treat.
Sounding a cross between Siouxsie Sue and the Banshees and Alison Goldfrapp she definitely has something going for her and the band.
Her tone is very addictive and she held me captivated throughout her whole performance. She left me wanting more.