NOS Alive is an absolute blast of a festival.
"The band salute the crowd and as we leave the Dad’s Army theme drifts from the speakers. Another moment of weird confusion. It seems perfect for 2018." We went to see The Good, Te Bad & The Queen at EartH, Hackney.
‘Your Old Man’ is proof that PARTYBABY have been living up to their name from day one
He returned for the encore in an ill-fitting santa outfit, delivering festive offering, 'Christmas on the M62', and underlining why he never got that Band Aid
XOYO continues its tradition of vital residencies.
an hour and a half of spiky attitude-filled, non-stop pop hits. And tonight there’s no let up: it’s a perfect showcase for Charli’s perfect pop.
The LA-based DIY punk duo have brought their acclaimed sophomore album Powerplant to the Village Underground, and seem louder than ever.
In a city where neo-soul is thriving, it could be difficult for an artist to really stand out. However, the talent, charisma and versatility that Fatima displays makes her a truly unique force. Therefore, it came as no surprise that her performance at The Roundhouse in Camden went down an absolute hit.
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...
"in this instance you can’t blame them, because the Dum Dum Girls are indeed, seriously freaking cool"
If the crowd’s enraptured silence throughout the set is anything to go by, Olsen should feel very secure in her chosen career path.
Welcome back, Brian. Please don't leave us again, yeah?
Camden Underworld - 24/06/13 Throughout the course of any given gig, you expect there to maybe be a couple of moments at most in which the...
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.
It did certainly hint that something greater is definitely out there... and for that victory alone, it was a success.
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
Woman’s Hour let their music do the talking, the connection between the four people on stage and the 250 in the Purcell Room almost tangible.
The audience spills out into Camden having just borne witness to a triumphant performance, irreverent and incandescent in equal measure.
leaving the lasting impression one of nostalgia and profundity, apt given the overwhelming surge of benevolence that radiates
Those who were previously seated on the balcony had gotten to their feet, arms in the air, singing those lyrics that made the song an instant classic
A touching and unusual show from Daughters' Elena Tonra at Proud Galleries