This month sees long-awaited albums from Angel Olsen, Doe and Mykki Blanco
After scooping heaps of attention with the single 'Panda Eyes', Nanook Of The North are due to play this months Electric Harmony Session. We shared a few words with the band ahead of the show.
This being their first headline tour since supporting Wolf Alice, it was of interest to see if their popularity could hold its own.
Our shows are a melting pot of different people, kids with cerebral palsy are coming at this point. It's crazy. Still slightly hungover from a...
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Catfish and the Bottlemen have been dominating the charts with their debut album ‘Balcony’ hitting number ten. Now they're celebrating with a tour stopping at Thekla.
East India Youth's second record is much more accessible than his first, it's bigger sounding, quicker to the point and perhaps more cutting.
Givers’ rise to fame has already been the whirlwind you might imagine from a band that formed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina – yet on ‘New Kingdom’, they sound as fresh and young as ever.
Augustines are three dudes from Brooklyn who write gut-wrenching, goosebump-inducing rock songs with a huge, stadium-ready sound.
Having been a hot topic on the Bristol scene for a while now, Hookworms show at Start The Bus was never going to be a quiet one.