More than just a gig, Ben Frost’s set tonight is an auditory, physical experience; uncompromising and unforgettable.
Over-all this evening I experienced all the emotions you do when seeing a great band live; joy, excitement, melancholy and sadness.
It is the sound of Rolo Tomassi’s evolving sound, and a declaration that the band’s best material may still be yet to come.
Thanks to Made Violent, garage rock is in safe hands, as alive and well as it’s ever been
Because here were Baroness, back to unleash their devilishly complex take on power rock ‘n’ roll on London.
Neither flashy nor contrived, just simply one the best damn guitar players around.
Comet Is Coming are a formidable live force...
The Californian four-piece deliver a set that builds from mellow beginnings to a euphoric finish.
The band radiated optimistic energy to an audience nervously anticipating the results of the day’s general election.
It’s an evening that has the feeling of a celebratory victory lap rather than the opening of a new chapter.
Over three decades in existence and fifteen albums to their name, we went to see if the legendary archetypal indie-rock band Yo La Tengo still pack the same punch in their infamous live shows - this time at the appropriately evolved EarTH, Hackney.
We went to see one of the UK's most exciting emerging acts, IDLES at O2 Kentish Town Forum.
Hoxton Bar and Kitchen - 29/5/13 Photo by Howard Melnyczuk Back after a successful show at Ja Ja Ja in March, Pascal Pinon have been raising a...
They make the sort of music so-called 'real people' get on with – an unrefined, unfussy mix of classic British indie bands
She effortlessly illuminates hidden meanings in those dead metaphors and idioms that we’re so overfamiliar with
A reminder, if any were needed, the Manics have plenty to celebrate in 2014.
a show equivalent to a shot of Jaeger and an elbow to the face; an inglorious burst of fast, dirty fuzz.
Casblancas has a way with the stage that is intrinsic, loyal but at the same time overly cool.
Yet despite the energy, the band looked tiny on the Apollo stage, lost in a sea of empty space
Direct everyman emo with a sun-kissed heart, and tonight it’s difficult not to get sucked into the swell of delay-drenched melodies and infectious choruses
There was smoke. And then there was Mirrors. From out of nowhere one of the most impressive of London music festivals appeared on Saturday night.