"Sea Girls' confidence enveloped the room from the moment they graced the stage." Kessie Bartlett and Philip Hiscocks review Sea Girls at The Fleece.
With "lyrics that tread the waters of unrequited love, lust, second chances and charismatic women," Sea Girls play The Fleece. Kessie Bartlett previews.
"The golden hue of their brass instruments offered a little glow in what had been a very un-summery week." Kessie Bartlett reviews Hackney Colliery Band.
"Band leader, Steve Pretty has declared it the 'right time to get back to our Jazz roots.'" Kessie Bartlett previews Hackney Colliery Band.
James Bay successfully combined the diverse approaches of his first two albums into a coherent and powerful set at Colston Hall. Kessie Bartlett reviews. Photos by Jessica Bartolini.
James Bay, hatless and short-haired, plays Colston Hall on June 2nd, blending his old sound with something very new. Kessie Bartlett previews.
It's easy to play it safe when you have a substantial and reliable back catalogue and a devoted fanbase - unless you're Bastille. They completely rearranged their early material for their ReOrchestrated tour. Kessie Bartlett reviews. Photos by Hannah Rooke.
Each and every one of Bastille's songs to be played on the night has been dismantled and reconstructed purely for the purpose of this ReOrchestrated tour. Kessie Bartlett previews Friday night's Colston Hall show.
24th March | Marble Factory Rae Morris was a perfect fit for a venue like The Marble Factory. The large, lofty ceilings and exposed brick...
Proof that even on the most frozen of nights a little bit of warmth and magic can be found; upstairs at The Louisiana, Jade Bird began her first ever headline tour, witnessed by Kessie Bartlett and Paul Lippiatt.
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