MAV MUSIC In the Press

 

There’s nothing we love more than seeing our music enhance our client’s brands.

Don’t just take our word for it though – some of the UK’s most renowned food critics have also enjoyed a MAV Music soundtrack when visiting some of our sites.

 

Make sure you also check out articles about MAV Music in Class Bar Magazine and Foodism.

Frenchie, Covent Garden

 

 

“A brilliant choice of music adds to the super chilled vibe. So many restaurants just don’t get this right. They’re too loud and or there’s no music at all. Frenchie succeeds wonderfully.”

Joanne Shurvell, Forbes

Brigadiers, City of London

 

 

“The music is ace, smoothly flowing from hip hop to laidback bhangra or funk.”

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

 

“Brigadiers is a whopping great, beautifully turned out, superflash temple to the religion of ‘curry night’, perfect for booze, sport, music, hanging out and showing off, and just happens to serve some of the best Indian food in the country.”

Gilles Coren, The Times

Brigadiers, City of London

 

 

“The music is ace, smoothly flowing from hip hop to laidback bhangra or funk.”

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

 

“Brigadiers is a great place for music.”

Gilles Coren, The Times

Nuala, Shoreditch

 

 

“America was on the sound system; the scent of a wood fire filled the room. On a bitter, spitting day, arriving for lunch at Nuala — pronounced “noo-la” — delivered that feeling of imminent contentment you get when reaching a pub at the end of a long winter walk … This chap, my lunch date, is half my age, maybe a little less, but we are both loving the music. He says it was only after an hour that a track was played to which he didn’t know the words and that made it feel like home from home. Max owns a sandwich shop that has tables and sells booze. He understands that sound is the dominant factor in a space.”

Fay Maschler, London Evening Standard

Temper, Soho

 

 

“Music that’s fun-loving, a bill that won’t upset you and staff that act like they care, first and foremost, about you having a really good time. I’ll drink to that.”

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

Temper, Soho

 

 

“Music that’s fun-loving, a bill that won’t upset you and staff that act like they care, first and foremost, about you having a really good time. I’ll drink to that.”

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

Temper, City of London

 

 

“At Temper City, the food’s even more exciting, the music’s even louder … By the time you’re onto your third G&T and the chorus for ‘Africa’ comes blasting over the speakers, you’ll be feeling pretty damn fine.”

David Paw, The Infatuation

Giant Robot, Canary Wharf

 

 

“Inside, it’s like a cross between an airport departure lounge and a nightclub. Concrete floors, retro furnishings, groovy tunes.”

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

Giant Robot, Canary Wharf

 

 

“Inside, it’s like a cross between an airport departure lounge and a nightclub. Concrete floors, retro furnishings, groovy tunes.”

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

Lino, City of London

 

 

“On the night of my visit, the air hung with lively chatter and a soundtrack of blues, Motown and funk … There’s a day-to-night vibe that lets Lino be all things to all people, from a breezy business lunch to a dinner date with drinks.”

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

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