Stuart Tidy

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Ash | Live Review & Photoset

Ash
Ash consistently prove that longevity can go hand-in-hand with innovation and 'shoot from the hip' energy. Stuart Tidy and Michael Brumby review.

Wasuremono | Live Review

Wasuremono
"Wasuremono are, first and foremost, atmosphere weavers." Stuart Tidy reviews their headline show at The Louisiana recently.

Ash | Live Preview

Ash
With the boundless energy of their indie-rock songs, Ash come to SWX on Friday to show how they still burn brightly. Stuart Tidy previews.

Wasuremono | Live Preview

2018 has been a crazy year for Bradford on Avon's Wasuremono (in a good way). They headline The Louisiana on Friday night. Stuart Tidy previews.

Raevennan Husbandes | Live Review

Raevennan Husbandes
"We had all been revelling in that fuzzy feeling she’d created in the opening seconds and had listened in attentive near silence throughout." See more of Stuart Tidy's thoughts on Raevennan Husbandes here.

Port Erin | Live Preview

Port Erin
"You will spend a lot of the gig trying to fathom how they create such an all-encompassing sound out of such a small number of musicians." Stuart Tidy previews Port Erin's forthcoming gig at The Lanes.

Raevennan Husbandes | Live Preview

Raevennan Husbandes
Raevannan Husbandes is one of those performers you may have heard a dozen times and not been aware of it. Catch her at the Grain Barge this Thursday. Stuart Tidy previews.

Spectres | Live Review & Photoset

Spectres
"The set was as satisfying as it was disorienting, and went to show how effectively Spectres and the support acts could create a musical world so packed with character and detail." Stuart Tidy reviews. Photos by Mar Reyes.

Spectres | Live Preview

With all the poise of an undertaker, but with the ferocity of a rabid dog, Spectres sit somewhere between a Hammer Horror movie and an epic Sonic Youth jam. Stuart Tidy looks forward to their visit to Rough Trade on Thursday.

Young Fathers | Live Review

"What a time to be alive," said Young Fathers' Alloysious Massaquoi to a packed, amped crowd at Trinity. Looks like Stuart Tidy agrees with him.

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