A better name for a band of sisters than 'The Elliotts', Maid Of Ace bring the essential family values of fun to The Louisana. Simon Moyse previews.
The combination of USA Nails and Metz at The Fleece promised Simon Moyse plenty of noise, and plenty of noise was what he got.
"As you would expect of a band on Seattle’s legendary Sub Pop label, they are LOUD." Simon Moyse previews the visit of Metz to The Fleece.
"This is not a circle-pit kind of heaviness, but heavy it most definitely is." Simon Moyse reviews The Murder Capital at Hy-Brasil.
"The Murder Capital are still very much in the ‘spoken in hushed tones’ stage of their development." Simon Moyse previews their show at Hy-Brasil.
"Beyond their talent, though, what really draws one to Sœur is their earthy feel and their down-to-earth nature." Simon Moyse reviews.
"Anderson, of course, remains the consummate showman; stalking the stage." Simon Moyse and Michael Brumby review Suede at the O2 Academy.
"Everything they do feels very natural indeed." Simon Moyse and Jessica Bartolini review Fontaines D.C. at Thekla on the eve of the release of 'Dogrel'.
Pre-Britpop, Britpop or better than Britpop? Wherever you classify Suede, they've outlasted and outclassed their genre competitors. Simon Moyse previews.
Drenge at SWX: "representative of a band that is working towards something new, something bigger." Simon Moyse and Craig Simmonds review.