Trudy’s drunken brand of 50s pop delivers those let-your-hair-down Friday night feels to a packed-out crowd of post-work drinkers.
There’s always been something about Kaleem but tonight it’s clear this could be his year.
For 2018, fabric essentially want to be better and give more, through making a concerted effort in platforming young, diverse British talent.
South London duo Joe Armon-Jones and Maxwell Owin present Idiom at Bussey Building.
The o2 moves as one, united in adoration for this band that have transcended cartoon concept to become the bringers of the biggest party on this rotten planet.
Visually it’s fantastic, but it’s the acerbic precision with which he spits out each bar that’s especially impressive
Their commitment to political critique isn’t just a sidenote to their music. We don’t just like Algiers, we are pushed forward by them.
Sexy, subversive, brilliant, ever relevant; Depeche Mode are back on the road and thank god for that.
A captivating stage presence, delivering her introspective, bittersweet lyrics with vulnerability and sincerity.
Lenmania has come a long way from an in-joke.
Huge, guitar-rock as it’s meant to be heard.
Princess Nokia has garnered a reputation as a formidable live performer and it’s impossible not to be utterly engrossed.
A wild bride taking us on a masterful but manic tour through the band’s greatest hits.
If you couldn’t tell from his recordings, Jacques Greene specialises in euphoria.
What do we think we deserve from a gig? You pay your money and what can you expect in return?
Captivating the already-rapt audience with his commanding presence, Kojey Radical proves himself to be as much a live talent as a recorded one.
Less a festival, more a gig that’s burst its seams, By The Sea is this seaside town’s attempt at celebrating the music scene, both local and international.
The night isn’t perfect, not totally polished, but that’s just the nature and mantra of The Breeders.
Two years after their self-titled debut, Gothenburg-based Pale Honey return with Devotion.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds are more than capable of entrancing arenas.
Tonight’s sold-out Brixton Academy show acts both as a celebration and a homecoming for the South London rapper.