Ross Jones


Lazy Day | Live Preview

Lazy Day
We're gearing up for a healthy dose of Lazy Day's 'Weird Cool' idiosyncratic pop on Saturday night at The Louisiana. Ross Jones previews.

Insecure Men | Live Preview

Insecure Men
Insecure Men provide something that is purposeful lyrically, while being consistently jovial. Ross Jones looks forward to sharing the joy at Thekla on Friday night.

Phoebe Bridgers | Live Review & Photoset

Phoebe Bridgers
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.

Pale Waves | Live Preview

Pale Waves
The Class of 2018 tour is a boisterous and well-rounded proposition, headlined by the much-vaunted Pale Waves. Ross Jones previews with bated breath.

Party Hardly | Live Review & Photoset

Party Hardly
"On a Sunday night, where there is a show practically taking place in any venue you turn to, it's nice to veer towards something a little more up-and-coming." Ross Jones and Rowan Allen capture the essence of Party Hardly.

Holiday Ghosts | Live Review & Photoset

Holiday Ghosts
Holiday Ghosts' set at Hy-Brasil was filled all of their uncomplicated, unpretentious, energetic brilliance. Ross Jones and Rowan Allen were there to capture the essence of this communal joy.

Party Hardly | Live Preview

Party Hardly
Heading out on their very first UK tour, Party Hardly are breaking out of their Leeds bedrooms, jumping in the van and heading for Bristol this Sunday for a night of frivolous guitar-pop. Ross Jones previews.

Holiday Ghosts | Live Preview

Holiday Ghosts
Holiday Ghosts are one of those bands whose music you can’t help but have stuck in your head. Ross Jones looks forward to their free show at Hy-Brasil on Thursday night.

Shopping | Live Review & Photoset

Shopping gave us one of the most fun-filled sets of the year so far, delighting a packed Exchange. There was even a special guest appearance on tambourine.

Hookworms | Live Preview

Hookworms bring the new and infectious sound of the album Microshift to Rough Trade's Live Room on Saturday evening. Earworms are guaranteed.