Amar Mehta heads to see MNEK at Wilton Hall.
Her voice judders like on record but in person it’s more visceral; it’s Olsen alone, but it’s her at her best.
Hoxton Bar and Kitchen - 29/5/13 Photo by Howard Melnyczuk Back after a successful show at Ja Ja Ja in March, Pascal Pinon have been raising a...
Their commitment to political critique isn’t just a sidenote to their music. We don’t just like Algiers, we are pushed forward by them.
If this is a party though, ‘Chili Town’ is just the beginning – it’s only going to get wilder from here on in.
Son Lux is here to play his debut London show, and having released his latest album 'Lanterns' to much critical acclaim recently, we can't wait for him to bring those tracks to life.
A killer combination of catchy, dance-worthy riffs and millennial meme-humour...
Re-live this year's amazing Green Man Festival.
Under the slightly sterile lighting of the Assembly Hall the closeness of their sound gets lost, and that’s a shame.
There is a new East London kid on the block, and he goes by the name of K H U S H I
The Borderline - 14/6/13 Before Phil Collins betrayed fans of progressive rock everywhere by steering Genesis from makers of 20 minute synth epics to producers...
A meeting of the bare-bones nihilism of post punk and dirt-speckled rock ‘n’ roll glamour that is White Lung’s own
2018: the year that changed the way we look at live shows. We take a look back at some of our favourite live performances from David Byrne, Christine & The Queens, Janelle Monáe and more.
Metronomy are at their most charming, at their most wistfully endearing, when their understated quirks shuffle to centre stage.
gutsy songwriting and burgeoning maturity this is an essential listen for fans and newcomers alike.
hile Palace don’t lack anything in the songwriting department, if they broke the fourth wall and gave a bit more to their audience they’d be sure to find bigger and better stages.
"This is a double whammy of an ending to an exhibition of musical power and skill, of vivacity and venom."
As if it needed proving, they are masters of their craft.
Kirin J. Callinan is surrealism 2.0., if you will? An impeccable blend of introspection and diversion
the soundtrack of a debauched squat party where everyone is way more than half cut.
This North London stage proves unlucky and unsympathetic for the California-born journeyman