Tonight’s set sees plenty of tease and tension, through to ragged absolution
"The Parrots’ palpable energy is unstoppable, unable to be slowed down and bottled."
Palace are four guys making music to think about, ruminate over and decode; to revel in its vivid lyrical imagery.
If Brighton label Tropopause are looking to take things to the stratosphere, they’re off to a flying start with Yakul.
What do we think we deserve from a gig? You pay your money and what can you expect in return?
From heavy metal to bass weight, here are eight things we learnt at this year’s Boomtown.
We went to see the imitable force that is IAMDDB at The Roundhouse last Thursday.
Amateur Best Rough Trade East // February 8th Nestled deep within the Rough Trade store, Amateur Best's Joe Flory makes light of the slightly incongruous habitat...
Kirin J. Callinan is surrealism 2.0., if you will? An impeccable blend of introspection and diversion
This outfit from the provincial Belgian city of Ghent faces the challenge of performing in front of a cucumber-cool Hoxton audience
A show where the message of the songs, the actions of the band, and the spirit of the performance all aligned. A fond farewell to Earls Court
Their sound is a patchwork of times, cultures and genres that come together in a potent mix that might rightly be called Doom Soul
but most of all it genuinely feels like a thank you to the fans that have stood by them to make it all possible.
By the time the band came to play what was a four song encore, the hardcore were hard to tell from the Los Campesinos!
People are buzzing for him - there's a real electricity in the air as everyone starts bobbing along
It's clear that the group are just taking smaller risks as they keep their vision of modern folk music looking forward, while still referencing the past.
Karen O, frontwoman of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, has called the Deerhunter show ‘a religious experience’ - that’s a good place to start.
Some of the most hard-hitting and deeply idiosyncratic electronic music that's around right now.
A meeting of the bare-bones nihilism of post punk and dirt-speckled rock ‘n’ roll glamour that is White Lung’s own
If the crowd’s enraptured silence throughout the set is anything to go by, Olsen should feel very secure in her chosen career path.
The 22-year old West London MC ensures that the final show in the XOYO trilogy is one to remember, proving why he is currently turning a lot of heads.