Kindness // Live Review

Kindness is joined by Dev Hynes, Robyn & Tawiah for a storming show at Brixton Electric

Ezra Furman // Live Review

Ezra is very much at a unique intersection between the traditional and the transgressive, and his shows are a home for the strange.

The Traps // Live Review

the Traps are set to capture more followers into their world of happily dark music.

Malpas // Live Review

Malpas’ songs are subtle affairs and though the pair made a success of transporting their intricate craft to a live setting

Waxahatchee // Live Review

leaving the lasting impression one of nostalgia and profundity, apt given the overwhelming surge of benevolence that radiates

Review // Kirk Spencer / Gaps / Crvvcks / Iyes

Old Blue Last, Shoreditch 11/06/13 As IYES take to the stage to kick off proceedings, they're faced with the unenviable task of winning over a crowd...

Mirrors Festival // Review

We've had a smashing day, Mirrors Festival. On reflection, pretty damn good.

Robyn // Live Review

"There is a split second of stillness before the song kicks back in and the crowd go off. It’s a Friday night and it feels like the people here need this..." We went to see Robyn at Alexandra Palace on Friday 12th April 2019. 

The Jesus and Mary Chain // Live Review

Devotion came easy for the Mary Chain tonight, and with good reason.

Sheer Mag // Live Review

Under the slightly sterile lighting of the Assembly Hall the closeness of their sound gets lost, and that’s a shame.

The Acid // Live Review

if you’re happy to wallow in layers of sub-bass, subtle, deliberate instrumentation, and truly haunting vocals, you should probably go and see this band.

Susanna – Triangle // Album Review

For the first time, 'Triangle' truly shins the spotlight on Susanna and her musical persona.

Khushi // Live Review

There is a new East London kid on the block, and he goes by the name of K H U S H I

Fabric – Forms Launch Party // Live Review

For 2018, fabric essentially want to be better and give more, through making a concerted effort in platforming young, diverse British talent.

Sebadoh // Live Review

‘I’m so fancy, you already know’ coos Lou Barlow as another Sebadoh show implodes around him….

The Comet Is Coming // Live Review

Its psychedelic electronica meets tribal-jazz hypnotics again owning the room.

Balthazar // Live Review

This outfit from the provincial Belgian city of Ghent faces the challenge of performing in front of a cucumber-cool Hoxton audience

Wet // Live Review

It’s a fairly short set but they sound amazing and, bathed in alternately blue, red and purple light, it feels like we’re all embraced in a really nice hug.

The Good, The Bad & The Queen // Live Review

"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.

Live Review // James Holden

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....

Weyes Blood // Live Review

Having previously drawn comparisons with Karen Carpenter, Natalie Mering aka Weyes Blood is steadily striding into her own cosmic realm. We went to see her sold out show at Islington Assembly Hall. 

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