With a set underpinned by 2017's excellent album, Antiphon, Alfa Mist infused the Thekla with bliss. Gabriel Palmer reviews.
The Free For All Festival at The Mothers Ruin delivered a highly liberating set from the twin-engined grunge machine, Miss Kill. Photoset by Jess Greenwood.
Photos (c) Laure Noverraz
Tweeddale takes a drink after exclaiming, "Tequila is the only alcohol that doesn't turn to sugar in your blood!" to a bemused crowd.
"Mitski is typically flawless, pacing back and forth like a possessed inmate." See what else Matthew Neale had to say about her show at the Trinity Centre.
Breakfast Records celebrated turning three with a party at Rough Trade, headlined by Katie Pham & The Moonbathers. Photoset by Duncan Cruickshank.
Poets of the Fall blasted the crowd at Thekla with familiar favourites and tracks from their new album, 'Ultraviolet'. Mar Reyes photographed the madness.
The weather outside was frightful, but Sigrid's set? Delightful. Amy Grace was at Motion to witness the fire and ice of the BBC's Sound of 2018. Photos by Rowan Allen.
IVW shine a light on those investing their all into something we receive with love and gratitude. On nights like this, thanks to Big Jeff and Jesuits, it's unquestionably rewarding.
Mezzanine’s ghostly compositions and menacing guitars transform into an even darker beast. Guy Marcham and Lee Ramsey review Massive Attack at Steel Yard.