Nick Mulvey played Colston Hall on Saturday night and enchanted everybody who was lucky enough to be there. Words by Catrin Bishop. Photos by Phil Watson.
The Trinity Centre plays host to the hip-hop colossus that is Ghostface Killah next week. Gabriel Palmer can't wait to be in Ghostface's clan.
Ministry and Chelsea Wolfe bring an intensity and no shortage of strong emotions to SWX on Wednesday night. Harriet Taylor previews.
King Creosote delighted the Thekla crowd on Saturday night with his high-impact lyrics and heartfelt musicianship. Kelly Jobanputra reviews.
"It’s not your average Wednesday evening that you find yourself in the company of a menagerie of animals." Kezia Cochrane reviews Kero Kero Bonito.
The Magic Gang, plus stellar supports, hit the O2 Academy with their polished sound and catchy sing-alongs. Georgia Marsh and Alesha Hickmans review.
As John set off and reach new heights with IDLES in Europe shortly, this show is perhaps another marking point for the band. Ross Jones previews.
Goat Girl sound more focused than ever, but impressively don't lose any of their ramshackle bitterness. Ross Jones and Jessica Bartolini review.
The cover of 'Easy Strand' by Swimming Tapes evokes all manner of pleasant and warm feelings. So does their music. Photoset by Naomi Williams.
In the 'adapt or die' world of electronic music, the Hartnoll Brothers, aka Orbital, are still very much alive. Gabriel Palmer previews.