And this intensity pervades throughout, as across the eight tracks, Woods explores fluctuating experiences of selfhood and becoming expressed with unbridled ferocity.
Dogs on the roof, bunch of cool bands and grilled meats. Three things that indicate all-dayer fun at the Brixton Windmill, this time around curated by zine and promo outfit It’s All Happening.
This album is a document of a woman, who she is and how she feels, regardless of who’s listening, and that alone should be enough to have you worshipping at Banks’ altar
For a band constantly criticised for being overly arch, they’ve always sounded joyfully unpretentious. And so it remains.
In spite of the weather, the seminal Australian band brought the party atmosphere for their much-anticipated return to London, read our full review here.
Kindness is joined by Dev Hynes, Robyn & Tawiah for a storming show at Brixton Electric
A remarkably cohesive piece of work from opener to the last dregs of its final track
Just like the longest, laziest of summers, you’d be happy for Pink Gum to go on forever