"As far as the current crop of largely angsty bands go, Lazy Day stand a fair head and shoulders above in originality, emotional nature and also in melodic appeal." Ross Jones and Rowan Allen were there to catch a band on the rise.
After a foot-stomping debut in April, Astral Tusk are back at it again with their second instalment, showcasing some of Bristol’s finest examples of the experimental jazz scene. Amy Grace reviews. Photos by Khali Ackford.
"A magnificent first day..."
A superb selection of bands from all the way across the metal spectrum...
Energetic, messy and full of mayhem. The Pigeon Detectives produced a performance worth remembering.
Ezra Furman is a theatrical performer, whose onstage persona is a beguiling outpouring of expertly-wielded turmoil. Robyn Bainbridge reviews his recent Colston Hall show. Photos by Jessica Bartolini.
There’s not a patch of floor in sight and when Mac and co. finally emerge onstage the roar is like nothing I’ve ever heard.
Phoebe Bridgers had travelled just under 3,700 miles in 18 hours to play at Rough Trade. Let's see if Ross Jones thought it was a journey well made, with photos by Rowan Allen.
Tweeddale takes a drink after exclaiming, "Tequila is the only alcohol that doesn't turn to sugar in your blood!" to a bemused crowd.
We've got you covered with our live photo gallery of Plainviews live performance at the Exchange.