IVW shine a light on those investing their all into something we receive with love and gratitude. On nights like this, thanks to Big Jeff and Jesuits, it's unquestionably rewarding.
A. Savage brought the increased emotional sensitivities of his recent album and some of Parquet Courts' weighty heft to bear at The Louisiana recently.
Bringing their 2017 album out on tour, a set at The Crofters Rights is the perfect opportunity to delve within The Weather Station's powerful subtlety.
Big Jeff curates some big sounds for IVW. Step out, invest in your local venues and be rewarded with some of the most intriguing music you can hear live.
Chill winter was forgotten, as Wand got a packed Louisiana crowd hot and bothered recently, with 2017's Plum at the forefront of their set list.
"It would be a fascinating watch for a neutral, but from an advocate of the group's perspective it is revelry." Sounds like DUDS stormed The Exchange this week.
It may be sold out, but do not sleep on a show such as this if the opportunity arises. It may turn out to be one of the highlights of the year - even in January.
Calling yourself DUDS has to be a double-bluff on the quality stakes, right? There's only one way to find out, good people - Exchange, Wednesday. You know you want to.
There are few bands around at the moment that can find the right balance of compelling catchiness and inventive improvisation quite like Bournemouth trio, Leeches.
Despite colossally-distorted riffs, there's something surprisingly lucid to the Bournemouth trio, Leeches. Catch them at The Crofters Rights this Thursday.