Nabihah Iqbal, fka Throwing Shade, brought her 80s-soaked, shimmering sound to Rough Trade recently. Kezia Cochrane felt "a kind of magical intimacy throughout."
Gengahr merged songs from their first two albums at Thekla, going from strength to strength in the process. Nathaniel Watkins reviews. Photos by Jess Greenwood.
There is possibly not a more unwavering and relentless band as London garage-punks, Thee MVPs. Ross Jones previews their show at The Old England.
Punka provided an off-the-scale triple bill of badass bands at The Crofters Rights, with Kiss Me Killer, Menstrual Cramps and headliners, The Gin Birkins. Photoset by Mar Reyes.
The Naked And Famous took to the stage at The Trinity Centre with stripped-back and slowed-down versions of their well-loved songs. Zander Sharp reviews. Photos by Jessica Bartolini.
Her's are not just another duo making a crack at oddball pop. Get ready for a sardonic showdown at Rough Trade on Thursday 30th. Bethany Smith previews.
It’s that time of the year, festivals Love Saves The Day and Dot to Dot clash once again to take centre stage, a far cry of the summery weather we had last year but instead the heavens opening up and continuous rain pouring down the city of Bristol.
A night of sing-a-longs and heartfelt moments of loveliness from the newly reformed Belly
Foals have become famed for delivering shows as hectic and stunning as they are emotional.
Alvvays are back on our shores, probably without a moment to breathe and take it all in.