just as wired, and hungry enough to drive us deeper and deeper into our DFA coma of obsession.
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.
Sexy, subversive, brilliant, ever relevant; Depeche Mode are back on the road and thank god for that.
South London duo Joe Armon-Jones and Maxwell Owin present Idiom at Bussey Building.
Christmas lights were made cool this year with four in store performances on Oxford Street from the likes of Ray BLK, Novelist, Kara Marni and more.
Having released their 3rd excellent record in 4 years, the New York indie-folk quartet, Big Thief, is one of the hottest tickets around right now. We went to see them perform at the Roundhouse on May 23rd to see if they could keep up their winning streak.
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she asks you to dance, put your hands in the air, and inexplicably you end up improvising sing-alongs regardless of your knowledge of the song in the first place
Le1f’s got pizazz and a magnetic stage presence - it’s good, dirty fun, just how Grace Jones preferred it in New York City nightclubs 30 years ago
massively derivative pentatonic blues – the likes of which are a tuppence a dozen in the bars of London.
Triggering a sea of bobbing heads, the sunglass-wearing duo knocked out the tracks seamlessly, varying from their early EPs or 2011’s album Black Up. They all worked.
Without sacrificing their virtuosity the trio have embraced a denser, more satisfying sound to corral the head bangers and well as the beat-counters.
If anything Madrid’s finest have proven themselves worthy figureheads of the Spanish slacker contingent