Ash Clarke


Esben and the Witch Review

Esben and the Witch veil themselves again as unostentatiously as they came

BST Hyde Park: Massive Attack + Young Fathers Live Review

If anger is fuel for the creative good, then let the people rage. We need a soundtrack to document our times

Future of the Left | Review

For a band who take a no-nonsense approach, it's a relief to know they don't take themselves too seriously

Saul Williams review

A man who majestically embodies the principles he is determined to rouse in the people his words and music resonate with

Saul Williams Preview

A poet, performer, writer, actor and musician, Williams is one of the most engaging contemporary activists to date.

The Wytches | Live Review

Sweaty, intimate gigs like this are what the Wytches relish with their moody, snarling performances where they can really work the crowd into a frenzy.

The Wytches | Preview

What can we expect from their sold-out show?

Mudhoney | Preview

Undisputed kingpins of the Seattle grunge scene return to the Academy this May.

Sunrise Celebration Festival 2015 | Preview

Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, Sunrise Festival springs back in May to kick off the festival season with a bang-on, quality line-up.

Dead Meadow | Preview

Hitting up Bristol's Exchange on the 17th March, this is a chance to float downstream with one of psychedelic rock's finest.