At her Village Underground show, Lykke Li takes what could be pure pop refuse for others and manages to turn it into a euphoric twist of passionate beauty
Silver Eye is consistently mesmerising and hangs together beautifully as a set.
Broken Knowz creeps up on the listener in a similar manner to Daniel himself: unassuming on the surface but brimming with masterful purpose upon closer inspection
Apart from a growing maturity and confidence as a band, in many ways the foursome are still very much working within their trademark sound
Woah Dad! - August 26th Swedish psych outfit Hashish, headed by Subliminal Sounds honcho Stefan Kéry, bring us their debut full-length A Product Of. If...
More than anything, it is the sincerity of Pope’s enthusiastic brand of poppy guitar music that shines through.
Angry as ever, while feeling more introspective and personal than previous efforts, Rise Against prove that a great collection of songs and a great album are two very different things
Quashing any defeatist fears with all guns blazing, Gameshow’s neon-lights drag the party back on the road.
Double Denim // August 12th Emerging only two years ago to a plethora of positive criticism from the likes of Q, Pitchfork and NME following...
Taking her through this journey, JG Thirlwell and a string quartet, playing on a bare stage, making the most of the cosy and intimate setting.
Merging the kawaii influence and positivity of their debut album, Pink, with a powerful and unapologetic feminist standpoint, the Japanese four- piece solidify their concept of self-expression and perfect imperfection without holding anything back.
We've had a smashing day, Mirrors Festival. On reflection, pretty damn good.
"Continental Drift offers a collection of songs to make your heart soar and your feet move, like all the best pop music should"
A paranoid darkness seeps into the set, capturing what the band term "the societal insanity of 2016-17".
While undoubtedly harder work than its predecessor, stick with Wonder Where We Land and you’ll get brilliantly lost in SBTRKT's wonderful world
Eschar have plotted a journey through the stars on a rocket made of riffs.
Horrors of 1999 is extreme music with extreme intent, whether you'll enjoy what you find is down to you
Every Country’s Sun blatantly looks to the band’s past for inspiration, while constantly looking ahead to the future.
Danny Wright heads to Royal Festival Hall to see an incredible diverse and brilliant set from Yo La Tengo
The band lunge through nineteen tracks in total at breakneck speed
At a time when bemoaning the lack of British guitar bands was becoming cliché, the London four - fronted by the increasingly assured charisma of Ellie Rowsell - were a beacon of hope.