Remaining in those shadows for the duration, the focus of attention is never on personalities nor sub-plots.
When you look beyond the radio-ready songwriting of Bloc Party’s fifth album Hymns it’s evident that Kele Okereke is back on some kind of form
The anxiety and uncertainty pent up in Trust Fund's songs are transformed tonight in to an overriding sense of joy.
Each strand of their expanding catalogue is unified by a togetherness on stage that was clearly lacking before.
Living Fields remains a gorgeous record for home listening, but the lack of intimacy in its performance make a record full of warmth feel more than a touch cold.
It’s as if despair and anxiety were made to belong pent up in the very fabric of this record, but with wave after wave of sound, Chain Of Flowers give everything to blow it away
Noctunes is intriguing enough in its off kilter lullabies to transport you through one listen if nothing more
None of that can take away from the undeniable wit of this band, and even in the most unremarkable phases of this record they display a knack for making their personality shine through.
Grace Jones has the dynamic and unique presence of this one-of-a-kind performer proving the most fitting final chapter imaginable to a stunning weekend.
The Garden Party's billing and atmosphere made it perfectly clear as to why the event has such a place in the hearts of Leeds natives
Liam McNeilly runs through his highlights of what promises to be another spectacular installment of Festival no. 6
Whilst Portraits may not be a particularly bold statement, it’s certainly a foundation for that exploration to build from
In their quest to merge their two spheres you feel like Howling are still finding the perfect match.
Howling chat to us about working across oceans, dance music and their debut Sacred Ground ahead of their Oval Space show,