It takes a special kind of artist to make a gig into something more and not every band could have carried it off.
A vital and challenging presence in the music industry today; a four-pronged ballistic assault on the ear before a comforting refrain, rather like the...
Milo’s Planes, have a humble ethos and an even humbler online following, we caught up with the three-piece as their debut album hits the streets.
Into the stillness treads, on bare feet, Benjamin Clementine, who under ‘house lights down’ is an otherworldly composite of impossible cheekbones and beehive afro.
With this being her Courtney Love's first big international tour in a while most would expect her to showcase newer material in support of the up and coming LP but it seems most of the set comprises of material from her previous grunge rock band Hole.
Slaves hit Bristol's Thekla on their first serious headline tour of the UK with a sold out crowd to please.
From the very first song, the raw energy of the band seemed to transform the room into a brutal yet overwhelmingly joyful miasma of limbs, fists and sweat.
Goan Dogs are kicking off November with a special homecoming show at The Louisiana on the 1st.
One of the most unique voices on the scene today, Regina Spektor stops by Bristol's Colston Hall on Saturday.
With festival season now drawing the shutter for another year, memories of ArcTanGent will remain some of the freshest, most positive and vibrant this year had to offer.