"Many artists ooze creativity and purvey how they suffer for it, but Jeffrey Lewis just revels in it." Stuart Tidy and Duncan Cruickshank review.
"Rumblings of new material" from Jeffrey Lewis and Los Bolts for the first time since 2016? Stuart Tidy previews their forthcoming show at Exchange.
Some bands rely on blasts of banter and boisterous bluster. And then there's Cake. Stuart Tidy reviews their recent show at SWX.
Against the backdrop of 90s grunge distortion and mumbling long-haired misanthropes, CAKE rolled up and most certainly didn’t blend into the crowd. Stuart Tidy previews.
Ash consistently prove that longevity can go hand-in-hand with innovation and 'shoot from the hip' energy. Stuart Tidy and Michael Brumby review.
"Wasuremono are, first and foremost, atmosphere weavers." Stuart Tidy reviews their headline show at The Louisiana recently.
With the boundless energy of their indie-rock songs, Ash come to SWX on Friday to show how they still burn brightly. Stuart Tidy previews.
2018 has been a crazy year for Bradford on Avon's Wasuremono (in a good way). They headline The Louisiana on Friday night. Stuart Tidy previews.
"We had all been revelling in that fuzzy feeling she’d created in the opening seconds and had listened in attentive near silence throughout." See more of Stuart Tidy's thoughts on Raevennan Husbandes here.
"You will spend a lot of the gig trying to fathom how they create such an all-encompassing sound out of such a small number of musicians." Stuart Tidy previews Port Erin's forthcoming gig at The Lanes.