We witnessed the spacey and sultry three-piece Khruangbin in Camden’s Roundhouse for their biggest UK headline show to date.
Maribou State bring their fresh new live performance back to London for the first time in two years and manage to sell out The Roundhouse with their return to stage.
We went to see the 20-year-old artist, Rex Orange County at Hammersmith Apollo.
We listened to Noname's impressive follow up album, Room 25
St Vincent is completely mesmerising at her Cadogan Hall piano show.
We delve into how Tirzah has made the album of the year… and how it’s like Blonde
It instinctively feels like Popcaan has just recently clicked into top gear and has no intention of slowing down, read our review of his new record Forever.
Our photos from Alexisonfire live at the O2 Academy Brixton
Isolation feels like a project of love, as it glides across genres, dropping hit singles along the way.
It could be suggested that while Nehru isn’t doing anything particularly groundbreaking, Elevators Act I & II still sounds good.
Exploring the patches of brightness and shadow flickering between inside and outside, self and other, Plays With Fire is the experience of lying on your bed, mid-afternoon, lamenting the end of summer.
It's nothing short of euphoric to witness Peggy Gou’s reinforcement of her position as one of the dancefloor’s greatest interpreters in 2018 and beyond.
A technicolored, varied collection of songs that drifts between electronic-pop hits and intimate ballads.
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
...a dreamlike journey into his subconscious that builds on the Hitchcockian world of his debut while adding more Cronenberg horrors.
Breaking new ground or on the decline like Arcade Fire? Gemma Samways and Danny Wright dissect one of the year's biggest releases.
Kelela takes from the rich and gives R&B back its gusto.
Equal parts thoughtful to reckless, Sløtface triumph with a blowout of fiercely fun pop tunes.
The album's glacial sparsity does sound jarring in the middle of summer, but they’ve always been a band of blending dynamics.
Latitude takes the opportunity of its twelfth edition to further verify its liberal, family-friendly superiority.