Danny Wright heads to Royal Festival Hall to see an incredible diverse and brilliant set from Yo La Tengo
XOYO continues its tradition of vital residencies.
Given that Camden is known for its hectic mish-mash of styles gone by, there is perhaps no better place in London to catch genre blending duo The Garden.
Such is Liz Harris (better known as Grouper)’s stock as a cult figure in music; it is a big deal when she performs live.
The overriding feeling we were left with was that we had witnessed a group that have the enviable ability to take us on a journey with seemingly little effort.
A killer combination of catchy, dance-worthy riffs and millennial meme-humour...
Daniel Avery takes over York Hall for a massive eight hour set that climbs from a sparse start to an explosive finish.
It’s really enchanting to witness two such beautiful personalities channel a joy and heartfelt energy into the room tonigh
Misch showcased his vast talent throughout the evening, switching seamlessly between the buttery R'n'B influenced 'Movie' to the toe tapping, disco riffing 'South of The River'.
Jessie Ware plays Jazz Café as part of Annie Mac's AMP Sounds series.
Defying gravity. Defying cliches. At the moment it feels like he can do anything.
It’s an emotional farewell, but it’s one that reminds you of the power of Wild Beasts.
Brooklyn-based rapper Cakes Da Killa seems to always do best when all eyes are on him.
The transfixed audience is proof that he is more than deserving of the accolades he has already amassed.
It only took the subtlest gestures from Oumou Sangaré to completely transform the vibe at her Roundhouse show last week.
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