hile Palace don’t lack anything in the songwriting department, if they broke the fourth wall and gave a bit more to their audience they’d be sure to find bigger and better stages.
How much can you actually write on a gig that was as close to perfect as this writer has seen in all her years?
Malpas’ songs are subtle affairs and though the pair made a success of transporting their intricate craft to a live setting
There are very real concerns that someone could lose a limb thirty seconds after Pissed Jeans ignite the fuse of their 100 Club show on Wednesday night
It’s also his first London show, and one suspects from the occasional messiness of his band, he’s not yet acclimatised to the demands of the stage.
Ullages promises to be the work of a band at their prime.
The palatial grounds of Somerset House rise to the occasion for the pairing of two conversational songwriters with a strong sense of place...
A brilliantly surreal and diverse line up, a mash up of indie, hip-hop and electronica, with all the jagged pieces somehow fitting together.
If tonight is designed to prove the detractors from all those years ago completely wrong, then without question the mission is complete.
Two years after their self-titled debut, Gothenburg-based Pale Honey return with Devotion.
Misch showcased his vast talent throughout the evening, switching seamlessly between the buttery R'n'B influenced 'Movie' to the toe tapping, disco riffing 'South of The River'.
As we wave farewell to Festival Number 6 - joining Secret Garden Party on the scrapheap – it’s a great time time for a newcomer to help fill a boutique-shaped gap in the British festival circuit. Enter Lost Village.
Having just released two new singles, King Princess stopped by Kentish Town Forum for a highly-anticipated show ahead of her Glastonbury performance. Within minutes of...
KOKOKO! are a truly joyous force to behold live, and they certainly proved this and then some at Fabric end of last month. Fabric. It's...
Often understated, incessantly beautiful, ilp simply signals to the masses that Kwes is one of our brightest talents.
Synths, big beats and bubblegum-pop clash at Birthdays tonight as Glitches and Femme hit the stage.
Marcel Fengler, Terry Francis, Benjamin Damage, Vitalik Records, Seth Troxler, Craig Richards take over Fabric.
As well as serious songs, ones that give you this bizarre sense of pride and strength to watch, Miller-Heidke’s set – as usual – was full of brilliantly funny moments.
dressed sleekly in all black – they have evolved into a genre-spanning pop band with soulful sensibilities.
A blistering instore from Ex Hex at Rough Trade East reviewed by Gem Samways
Duncan’s gift for haute songcraft and honeyed melody was brilliantly served when set to chipper pop