'Art', 'humour', 'wit', 'love' and 'depth' were concepts that rang out clearly from the performance of Etta Bond at Rough Trade. Photos by Alesha Hickmans.
Australian Britpop may sound like an oxymoron, but DMA's do it in style. Angharad Bishop and Callum O'Keefe review their show at The Anson Rooms.
Pinegrove returned to Bristol after their year's hiatus with tracks from their new album, 'Skylight'. Photoset by Jessica Bartolini.
Shame returned to Rough Trade to celebrate being their album of the year for 2018. Naomi Williams made it to the front with her trusty camera.
Drahla lived up to their billing as "the most uncompromising new band in Britain" at The Crofters Rights this week. Simon Moyse reviews.
Music makes the people come together. Here are our latest unifying Gigs of the Week.
"It's about time that Mabel got her own spotlight and gave her R&B earworms the live treatment." Oliver Evans previews Mabel's O2 Academy show.
"In just over an hour, the selection represented the diverse journey Friendly Fires have undertaken." Ffion Riordan-Jones and Michael Brumby review.
"Though he is merely twenty-one, what became immediately apparent was how Maltese's talents are timeless." Ffion Riordan-Jones and Jessica Bartolini review.
For someone comfortable behind a camera (in Game of Thrones), Raleigh Ritchie was notably in his element up close and personal at SWX.