Much like gauntlets, your sister’s jeans, and big noses, Gigs of the Week has been passed down to a new, unsuspecting fool. Let’s go.
Electro-pop, funktropica, neo-soul – NAO’s artistic range is boundless and it’s made her one of the UK’s most loved artists. Phoebe Burt previews.
Kurt Vile is both a man of intelligence and musical integrity. Over his career, the unassuming Canadian has quietly become one of the finest songwriters of his generation.
Twisted Ankle know well that shit happens, and they sing about it in all its steaming brownness. Jon Kean previews their show at Crofters Rights.
A festival that paves the way for local performers and knows how to throw a party
Tonight’s gig was memorable, not just because of the added birthday bash factor, but also because Honeyblood seem like the kind of band you can expect a lot from.
Last chance to examine the dark psyche of Brockley Forest, as they play their farewell show at The Louisiana on Friday night. Rose Parish previews.
The widescreen, cinematic sounds of The Howl & The Hum resounded around the initimate confines of The Louisiana. Callum O'Keefe captured it on camera.
"Maverick Sabre has a family-grown philosophy that allows him to connect internally with huge audiences." Preview and interview by Amber-Ruth Watson.
"Since their formation in 2017, Drahla have retained a signature sound which is experimental, creative and abrasive." Ffion Riordan-Jones previews.