Working their quirks, the organically wacky Superorganism entertained the SWX crowd recently. Max Baker and Jessica Bartolini review.
Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn brought their near-horizontal laid-backness to the Live/Chill-out Room at Rough Trade recently. Photoset by Alesha Hickmans.
There’s something hauntingly beautiful about the voice behind the dark dream-pop four-piece band that is Swimming Girls. Kelly Jobanputra previews.
Lucy Dacus is bringing her dry wit and tender observations back to Bristol after a sold-out show in the Louisiana last April. Zander Sharp previews.
"It’s a night of superlatives, as the aural experience created by these fine musicians deserves it." Elfyn Griffith and Andy (Birmingham_81) review Low.
Taiwan's Sunset Rollercoaster had fans queueing up outside Exchange before the doors had even opened. Ross Jones reviews.
This Gigs of the Week is dedicated to anyone who went to a show last week and didn't add to the sonic palette by talking through the acts.
Music and sacred spaces have always been kindred spirits, but the Bristol ambient-rockers, Ålesund, suit a church more than most bands. Jon Kean reviews.
Brighton's Black Honey throw the kitchen sink at every aspect of their musical careers. Hannah Rooke was there with her camera to witness it.
Our Girl treated The Louisiana to their quiet-and-loud, 'mouse that roared,' breathtaking songs of explosive tenderness. Photoset by Jessica Bartolini.