Tonight her solo gig at Shoreditch’s Village Underground is a testament to a summer spent playing to increasingly big crowds.
It’s high time that Viet Cong continue to seize the high ground and unleash their deadly – and frighteningly bleak – musical arsenal.
Such is the trajectory of Wolf Alice’s evolution, they’re already leaving behind the conventions of the genre, and are now making the rules themselves.
But when you see Hadreas scream and shake, he’s every bit the superstar weirdo he ought to be.
That seemingly unbreakable bond is perhaps the most special thing about the band who tonight confirmed themselves once and for all as the most special this country has to offer – a true national treasure.
a yin-yang approach that created an optimal balance between live acts and DJs, the vibe was electric.
No bells and whistles, no excess baggage for this performer: hers is one soul bared for all.
It felt fitting. No glamour, no posing, but a sense of wonder. Yes.
Puma for the cagey, twitchy power of singer/head-honcho Jacob Allen. Blue for the feels you get when listening to his sexy falsetto .
A set of adept psychedelia, a miasma of swirling trance drawn from European space rock, North African funk and South Asian ragas.
It might have taken a while to get into a groove, but once Indian Wells had found his rhythm no one wanted him to stop.
2018: the year that changed the way we look at live shows. We take a look back at some of our favourite live performances from David Byrne, Christine & The Queens, Janelle Monáe and more.
Maribou State bring their fresh new live performance back to London for the first time in two years and manage to sell out The Roundhouse with their return to stage.
Al Cam made a mighty return to play London earlier this week, we headed down to catch him in action at Electric Brixton. “We got...
Wireless have done their bit to ensure that festival season doesn’t end up as one of The Rona’s casualties with Wireless Connect - featuring a bumper weekend of Rap, Trap and R&B from both sides of the Atlantic.
Corsica Studios - 15/6/13 I'll admit I didn't catch all of James Holden's set to celebrate the release of his glorious new album, The Inheritors....
one great folly after another, hurtling maniacally and out of control, threatening disintegration at every turn.
it's impossible to decide whether you'd prefer her to be your best friend or your leader.
This is a spectacle, savage and hypnotic in equal measure, helmed by one of the most underrated songwriters of recent times.
performing at the far loftier locale of the Guildhall School by the Barbican, returning as fully recognised, world-class composers
Carving breathtaking vistas out of cavernous beats, soaring strings and subterranean bass rumblings.