The London five-piece manages to fuse indie rock, pop and folk without erring on the sides of twee or effusive.
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.
At her Village Underground show, Lykke Li takes what could be pure pop refuse for others and manages to turn it into a euphoric twist of passionate beauty
They earlier joked that they thought no-one would turn up to the show because of the storm. These guys were a hurricane in their own right.
If the crowd’s enraptured silence throughout the set is anything to go by, Olsen should feel very secure in her chosen career path.
Because here were Baroness, back to unleash their devilishly complex take on power rock ‘n’ roll on London.
It’s a tricky task to pin Husky Loops down. One thing’s for sure: they’re not going to be shining any light into their darkness anytime soon.
The Waiting Room - 13th June When probed about his ambitions for MONEY, front man Jamie Lee said this: “Our aim with this band –...
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.
Dingwalls - 17th July Holy chafing ball-sweat, Japandroids. Perhaps you are misanthropic, sadistic pricks. Perhaps you've not heard of heat exhaustion. Perhaps you didn't plan for...
The London four-piece celebrate new album 'Visions of a Life' at XOYO.
Citadel may have been their only UK festival of the year, but boy did Foals make it one of their best.
New Slang - August 26th New Slang has become somewhat of an institution for music lovers in the South-west of London in recent times. With...
one great folly after another, hurtling maniacally and out of control, threatening disintegration at every turn.
Here's all the fun we had at End of The Road.
Tove proves that she’s got what it takes to stand alongside those stars and reinvigorate the often stale charts of today.
Without sacrificing their virtuosity the trio have embraced a denser, more satisfying sound to corral the head bangers and well as the beat-counters.
Ending the set with two of his back-catalogue’s finest moments, he put out a statement of intent that his next chapter would be his finest.
The anxiety and uncertainty pent up in Trust Fund's songs are transformed tonight in to an overriding sense of joy.
The Bronx don’t do off-nights, but right now they’re on blistering form.
A killer combination of catchy, dance-worthy riffs and millennial meme-humour...