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
Each strand of their expanding catalogue is unified by a togetherness on stage that was clearly lacking before.
Gareth Ware looks over a week of excellent shows curated by the wonderful people are Fortuna Pop!
Jerkcurb's newly filled-out band play freaky show at Angel's Electrowerkz.
Tonight’s set is consistently powerful, leaning on material from 2015’s exceptional Painted Shut.
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.
Overall turmoil and chaos was officially the name of the game at the Sebright Arms tonight.
Photo by Merlin Jobst On An On Birthdays // February 14th It makes sense for a band, especially having just crossed the Atlantic, to take a few...
A meeting of the bare-bones nihilism of post punk and dirt-speckled rock ‘n’ roll glamour that is White Lung’s own
Some of the most hard-hitting and deeply idiosyncratic electronic music that's around right now.
We went to see the queen Janelle Monáe at The Roundhouse, London on 11th September 2018.
Homeless Billionaires have forged a sound that is not quite like anything on the circuit right now
We’re left with more questions than answers, and that we are never once afforded the luxury of remaining emotionally passive.
Visually it’s fantastic, but it’s the acerbic precision with which he spits out each bar that’s especially impressive
Alert to the youthful crowd’s rampant enthusiasm, the band do their bit to crank things up a notch.
Her voice judders like on record but in person it’s more visceral; it’s Olsen alone, but it’s her at her best.
While it’s true that the Pet Shop Boys aren’t your usual Royal Opera House headliners, their performance tonight is pure theatre.
Lowe stands as a preacher in the centre of the stage, demanding the attention of every eye in the room
Its psychedelic electronica meets tribal-jazz hypnotics again owning the room.
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds are more than capable of entrancing arenas.
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