How much can you actually write on a gig that was as close to perfect as this writer has seen in all her years?
All things aside, Ben Howard is still an absolute master of his art. He’s the whole package.
It’s a refreshing live act to see – one where you feel constantly connected even despite language barriers and the lack of “singalong” tracks.
Matilda Edwards gets you up to speed on all the Australian music coming to the UK this month.
The London five-piece manages to fuse indie rock, pop and folk without erring on the sides of twee or effusive.
It’s a communion, if you like, of their passion for quality music and positive ethics, and if this is just the first decade then please pre-order me a ticket to the 20th birthday party.
Tonight her solo gig at Shoreditch’s Village Underground is a testament to a summer spent playing to increasingly big crowds.
As well as serious songs, ones that give you this bizarre sense of pride and strength to watch, Miller-Heidke’s set – as usual – was full of brilliantly funny moments.