Dublin's Thumper "label themselves as a bubblegum-but-noise pop encounter of Sonic Youth and Abba." Lorenzo Ottone previews the last-ever show at Hy Brasil.
"Will Joseph Cook is back with his new single ‘Hey Brother’ and it’s about time too." Phoebe Burt previews Will Joseph Cook at The Louisiana.
"No band has the right to be this good, this quickly." Simon Moyse gets on board with the chaotic party spirit of Brasher at The Mothers Ruin.
New podcast, Behind The Scene, launches at Rough Trade on 17th April. Hosts Harriet Robinson and Ruth Royall will be speaking to three music industry insiders about songwriting, before Ruth performs some songs herself. What's not to like?
"Part of the venue’s Listening Room series," Kayla Painter at St George's cheered up a Saturday afternoon. Bethany Smith and Lorenzo Ottone review.
Bristol's breakthrough artist George Ezra returns to the Academy for his biggest home show to date.
"To enjoy a sell-out show on their own home turf, not to mention on a Monday night. If any band deserves this, it's Beak>." Sean Toohey reviews.
"It was about time that Goodness held their first night in the UK's most eclectic city for electronic music." Ross Jones reviews Goodness at The Island.
"Pop music doesn’t get any more joyous and colourful than the songs on 'Seeking Thrills.'" Elliott Simpson previews Georgia at Thekla.
BLM featured artists for August, Gorgeous Bully, gave us a taste of what they've been rustling up over the last year on Saturday night. Ross Jones reviews.