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.
dressed sleekly in all black – they have evolved into a genre-spanning pop band with soulful sensibilities.
A blistering instore from Ex Hex at Rough Trade East reviewed by Gem Samways
Duncan’s gift for haute songcraft and honeyed melody was brilliantly served when set to chipper pop
If Yak can harness this fierce and profound energy on record, then they may be able to make some history of their own - either way they remain a must see live band today
The Charlatans are busy flicking the switch that turns you into a 15 year old dancing around your bedroom.
gutsy songwriting and burgeoning maturity this is an essential listen for fans and newcomers alike.
Her voice judders like on record but in person it’s more visceral; it’s Olsen alone, but it’s her at her best.
this is a trusted and moreish combination of timeless ingredients.
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.
The London four-piece celebrate new album 'Visions of a Life' at XOYO.
We went to see Fucked Up, Bad Breeding and Sauna Youth a Visions Festival Pre-Party.
If Donald Glover is a man of his word then tonight – here in the cavernous o2 – we are witnessing the last show Childish Gambino will ever play in London. If this is indeed the end of the Gambino journey, it’s been an enthralling one.
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East London outfit Whales in Cubicles have since been carving a niche in the UK’s music scene with their hybrid blend of indie rock.
Even the dorkiest kid becomes a minor hooligan when the Koisser’s and gang unleash their major chords.
Captivating to the point of obsession, LP1 breaks the enigma surrounding FKA Twigs in the most intriguing and beguilingly beautiful way possible
an amphetamine fuelled reinterpretation of classic protopunk bands like The New York Dolls or The Stooges.
It’s stripped back and hushed, and atmospherically reveals a band whose Turkish roots haven’t left them.
Now with a platform from which to thrust their most daring ideas yet on as many people as possible, White Men... is another decent, weird, angry album from a weird, angry band