There's a breadth and depth to what Car Seat Headrest do that's head and shoulders above anyone else doing "emo" in 2016
The Bronx don’t do off-nights, but right now they’re on blistering form.
It’s a tricky task to pin Husky Loops down. One thing’s for sure: they’re not going to be shining any light into their darkness anytime soon.
The LA-based DIY punk duo have brought their acclaimed sophomore album Powerplant to the Village Underground, and seem louder than ever.
XOYO continues its tradition of vital residencies.
Plastic Mermaids, from the Isle of Wight, have steadily built a rare and glittering world that stretches far beyond their island vistas, one that's gravitational pull is irresistible. We went to see them live at The Lexington last week.
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.
For his live performance at Queen Elizabeth Hall last Sunday, Djrum leant into the blissful and delicate sides to his greatly expansive sound. As last...
Taking her through this journey, JG Thirlwell and a string quartet, playing on a bare stage, making the most of the cosy and intimate setting.
You’ve got to feel for Malkmus a bit; he knows what we want, we want the songs that rhyme “venison” and “Tennyson”
At her powerful Roundhouse performance, Paloma Faith looks despair in the face, yet survives by throwing optimistic pleasure at it
while neither Fang Island nor Adebisi Shank really go off this evening, that doesn’t stop them threatening greatness.
More than just a gig, Ben Frost’s set tonight is an auditory, physical experience; uncompromising and unforgettable.
Over-all this evening I experienced all the emotions you do when seeing a great band live; joy, excitement, melancholy and sadness.
It is the sound of Rolo Tomassi’s evolving sound, and a declaration that the band’s best material may still be yet to come.
Thanks to Made Violent, garage rock is in safe hands, as alive and well as it’s ever been
Because here were Baroness, back to unleash their devilishly complex take on power rock ‘n’ roll on London.
Neither flashy nor contrived, just simply one the best damn guitar players around.
Comet Is Coming are a formidable live force...
The Californian four-piece deliver a set that builds from mellow beginnings to a euphoric finish.
The band radiated optimistic energy to an audience nervously anticipating the results of the day’s general election.