Huge, guitar-rock as it’s meant to be heard.
For 2018, fabric essentially want to be better and give more, through making a concerted effort in platforming young, diverse British talent.
Re-live this year's amazing Green Man Festival.
We went to see the Beths perform at The Dome as they embark on a series of summer headline shows across Europe.
their live show is more about raw power than their finesse as studio songwriters, as the Brians exchanged shredded riffs and double-time fills to the delight of the sweaty, heaving masses.
The Garage - September 15th Just like the aesthetic and/or artistic conventions of, say, Jeff Koons, Charles Bukowski and, er, the sartorial choices of your average...
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.
Samuel T. Herring sauntered onto the stage at Camden’s Electric Ballroom with the aura of a man who’s very much in control.
Coming away from the gig feeling nothing but pure joy, not remembering the last time I saw a gig at The Garage that felt like a Punk Rock show at The Black Heart or The Peel.
There is nary a beat dropped or note scuffed; a powerful set of fierce musical chops and straight up, undiluted fun.
A mesmeric mix of soporific guitar and muted brass – driven by a swing beat and embellished with the woozy swell of fairground organ – it’s a luxurious listen.
If you wanted to pinpoint the moment where our cold hearts melt into a puddle on the floor, it's right here, in the middle where everything goes properly mental.
As we retreat from the arena and the heavens begin to open, we feel oddly defiant. Festival season is over. Long live Bestival.
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...
London Palladium - April 1st 2016 The London Palladium seems too polite a venue for Primal Scream. Velvet seats, binoculars for a quid and £4.50 for...
While it’s true that the Pet Shop Boys aren’t your usual Royal Opera House headliners, their performance tonight is pure theatre.
We went along to see the best of Dutch talent at The Great Escape.
Green Man was a joy. Shamelessly middle class at times, yes. But going on the music and lack of hangovers, a joy.
Sigrid's first major headline show in the capital was always going to be a litmus test.
Daniel Avery takes over York Hall for a massive eight hour set that climbs from a sparse start to an explosive finish.
Much like the accompanying artwork by Peruvian artist Jonathan Castro, Simple Things is a warping, future-facing prismatic beast. As always, both halves of Simple Things were impressively curated this year, but the daytime schedule was garbled in the best of ways.