NOS Alive is an absolute blast of a festival.
The Californian four-piece deliver a set that builds from mellow beginnings to a euphoric finish.
The Canadian heavyweights nearly blow the roof off at their joyful 4th July live show.
Oozing pheromones, Peaking Lights’ acid-laced pop is the perfect endorphin shot for balmy festival afternoons.
The band radiated optimistic energy to an audience nervously anticipating the results of the day’s general election.
For a debut performance, Mark certainly displayed potential.
A set of adept psychedelia, a miasma of swirling trance drawn from European space rock, North African funk and South Asian ragas.
Comet Is Coming are a formidable live force...
Her voice judders like on record but in person it’s more visceral; it’s Olsen alone, but it’s her at her best.
We went along to see the best of Dutch talent at The Great Escape.
If Brighton label Tropopause are looking to take things to the stratosphere, they’re off to a flying start with Yakul.
The crowd are putty in the hands of Sylvan Esso, hanging onto every word of every song.
As Duncan and band open with ‘Like You Do’, there’s an immediate hypnotising trinity of sensations...
Stormzy stands illuminated by a single white spotlight and raises one hand to the sky in wonder. “This is what dreams are made of...from the bottom of my heart, thank you.”
Palace are four guys making music to think about, ruminate over and decode; to revel in its vivid lyrical imagery.
The front barrier became stacked with bodies screaming in harmony, a gruesome scene so beautiful you could cry.
Anderson .Paak’s return to London is a triumphant feat of exhilaration and fun sophistication.
Nubiyan Twist and their fun-filled live shows will grow into legendary status.
Creating all sorts of feels, Craig David provides a flawless night of entertainment to his loyal crowd at Wembley.
The real weight of the Big Moon’s set list is their new album material.
If tonight is designed to prove the detractors from all those years ago completely wrong, then without question the mission is complete.