Petrol Girls at the Mothers Ruin was one of the safest, most energetic and joyful gigs you could possibly attend. Laure Noverraz reviews.
After the success of their album, 'Temet', Imarhan bring a brand-newness to a traditional form of music. Max Baker and Hannah Rooke review.
Soccer Mommy brought her 2018 debut album, 'Clean' to Thekla this week. Ross Jones and Jessica Bartolini were among the lucky below-decks crowds.
"A blast from the past that passes the test of time." See what else Elfyn Griffith has to say about the visit of Garbage to Ashton Gate this week.
End of the summer or start of the autumn? Either way, The Downs Festival 2018 gave us plenty of reasons to be cheerful. Jon Kean and Paul Lippiatt review.
Ross Jones and Rowan Allen descend upon the Wiltshire countryside to embrace the gorgeously enigmatic direction of End of The Road Festival.
Oh Sees are a sonic assault and a sight to be seen. Wielding their 2018 album, 'Smote Reverser', they hit the O2 Academy. Jeff Oram was there.
IDLES launched album #2, 'Joy As An Act Of Resistance' with two joyous in-stores at Rough Trade. Jon Kean and Phil Watson couldn't resist.
Fighting for things we feel we ought to have been enshrined by now, Camp Cope make the world a better place, one song at a time. Laure Noverraz reviews.
Soft-voiced and introspective, but with attitude, Tiny Ruins really stirred emotions at The Louisiana. Zander Sharp, Lucy Gilbert and Ash Holdsworth review.