Ending things with a positively militant rendition of his debut single ‘Know Me From’, it’s evident Stormzy’s rallying an army.
Re-live this year's amazing Green Man Festival.
The transfixed audience is proof that he is more than deserving of the accolades he has already amassed.
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...
Metronomy are at their most charming, at their most wistfully endearing, when their understated quirks shuffle to centre stage.
The expanded Acid Mothers Temple incarnation made the difficult look easy.
How much can you actually write on a gig that was as close to perfect as this writer has seen in all her years?
Casblancas has a way with the stage that is intrinsic, loyal but at the same time overly cool.
Any preconceptions due to their youth and inexperience, are dispelled in an instant.
a night filled with sing along choruses, thundering percussion and regal brass.
Shaun and Bez are dab hands at turning a tetchy vibe into a united one, but that’s what they were always about.
Yet despite the energy, the band looked tiny on the Apollo stage, lost in a sea of empty space
massively derivative pentatonic blues – the likes of which are a tuppence a dozen in the bars of London.
a show equivalent to a shot of Jaeger and an elbow to the face; an inglorious burst of fast, dirty fuzz.
Holly Herndon brought the critically-acclaimed and visionary PROTO to the Barbican last Wednesday for a sublimely unique audiovisual experience. At its core, Holly Herndon’s live...
In fact, the entire audience behaved like Hadreas had just walked out and held a knife up to each and everyone’s throat.
Stormzy stands illuminated by a single white spotlight and raises one hand to the sky in wonder. “This is what dreams are made of...from the bottom of my heart, thank you.”
The Joy Formidable produced a brilliant set, but got very little in return.
barely even a vague cohesiveness to each stage's running order, yet acts of the highest calibre can be unearthed in even its tiniest crevices.
There is something somewhat disturbing and deliciously fascinating in the way CocoRosie’s music taps right into people’s heads.
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...