Poets of the Fall blasted the crowd at Thekla with familiar favourites and tracks from their new album, 'Ultraviolet'. Mar Reyes photographed the madness.
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble buffeted the inside of Fiddlers again with their exuberant brand of horn-driven hurricanes. Elfyn Griffiths reviews.
With an album full of sun-blessed, LA vibes and a solid reputation for putting on a show for Bristol, Fickle Friends head to SWX. Eleanor England previews.
Superorganism are guaranteed to give you something for your mind at SWX on Monday night. Max Baker contemplates what that might be.
Minimalism is the word for the aptly-titled Minnesotan trio, Low, who bring their haunting soundscapes to Trinity this Monday. Elfyn Griffiths previews.
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.
Davey Newington brought Boy Azooga to Thekla this Tuesday, full of eclectic charm and dreamy arrangements. Ffion Riordan-Jones reviews.
A week is a long time in music. Just how many of these Gigs of the Week can you manage to fit in? You could see if someone would sponsor you. Oh, go on.
'Tropical pop' when it's October and it's still over twenty degrees? Sounds like rather apt programming. Paul Lippiatt photographs Hollie Cook at Trinity.
Taiwan's Sunset Rollercoaster pop their UK cherry on this tour, as does Chicagoan, Paul Cherry. Ross Jones previews their show at the Crofters Rights.