Alert to the youthful crowd’s rampant enthusiasm, the band do their bit to crank things up a notch.
The Summer Camp live show always does everything great shows do; all the uplifting bits, all the heartbreak bits and all the bits that make your feet move.
Birthdays - 13/6/13 A few weeks ago, Oxford-based Trophy Wife announced: “we're going to be turning our attention to making some new music after this,...
O2 Academy Brixton - November 26th Having already conquered Alexandra Palace and the O2, anyone would think playing a 5,000 capacity venue would be a...
With brain-melting riffs noodling out at a dizzying rate, many of the audience watch on in bemused astonishment.
As a sign of intent the EP launch showed a lush and synthy future for the band - which fans of musical progression can really look forward to.
From heavy metal to bass weight, here are eight things we learnt at this year’s Boomtown.
His show was as stripped back as it gets. No fuss, or elaborate sets, just the music.
Bain does take you to a clean, wonderfully calming state of Lanzarote as if governed by Sofia Coppola, and it goes over a treat.
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.
Each strand of their expanding catalogue is unified by a togetherness on stage that was clearly lacking before.
There is nary a beat dropped or note scuffed; a powerful set of fierce musical chops and straight up, undiluted fun.
part of Francobollo’s charm is their ability to scuff over the details and initiate you into their irresistible movement of not giving a shit. Consider me an honorary member.
Because here were Baroness, back to unleash their devilishly complex take on power rock ‘n’ roll on London.
dressed sleekly in all black – they have evolved into a genre-spanning pop band with soulful sensibilities.
She effortlessly illuminates hidden meanings in those dead metaphors and idioms that we’re so overfamiliar with
Mac DeMarco and Bird On The Wire curated a day of music, rides and festivities in Margate. We headed down to the seaside-town to join the fun.
We went down for the shock tactics of SKYND's first headline show.
By the time the band came to play what was a four song encore, the hardcore were hard to tell from the Los Campesinos!
they end with a flourish of 'Bros', 'Blush' and 'Fluffy'. Three blistering tracks that came good on past promise. You wouldn't bet against the same thing happening again.
Life is fine, claims Paul Kelly on his new album. For two hours in the Shepherd's Bush Empire, irrespective of whatever ills were going on in the outside world, it has been.