Sea Girls play songs packed with aspects of pop, the dreamier, janglier side of indie and some rather hefty rock elements. Photoset by Jessica Bartolini.
John hit The Mothers Ruin with a blistering and impactful set that certainly feels like the start of a new chapter for the duo. Ross Jones reviews.
Ash consistently prove that longevity can go hand-in-hand with innovation and 'shoot from the hip' energy. Stuart Tidy and Michael Brumby review.
Harvey Causon is unstoppable, with headline shows and a new single. Amy Grace previews his appearance on Saturday night at The Louisiana.
"In a room full of young, loyal fans, it’s a blissful evening with plenty of summery vibes and singalongs." Eleanor England reviews Fickle Friends at SWX.
As sub-genres attempt to box bands into understandable categories, a band that keeps producing boundless music is Bad Sounds. Ffion Riordan-Jones previews.
IDLES: made of bones; made of blood; made of flesh; made of love. Ffion Riordan-Jones and Andrzej Zajac review their triumphant SWX show.
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.