By Ashley Clarke Rocking up to the Tunnels on my bike, I spy some cute girls hanging together outside the venue, their arms laden with...
"A looking glass of futurism with flashy electronics, VR and lights," and some splendid music, obvs. Amber-Ruth Watson reviews Simple Things Festival.
On their How Do You Cope While Grieving For The Living? tour, Falmouth's Milo Gore stopped off at a sold-out Mothers Ruin. Photoset by Jonny Nolan.
Tune Yards brings a cacophony of colourful outfits, painted faces and a carnival atmosphere to a sweltering sold-out Trinity.
"Their rich synths and disco-fuelled songs were infectious and truly got the crowd rowdy." Amy Grace reviews the Tungz EP launch at Exchange.
The cocktail of both newer and older tracks took us on a trance journey whilst not sending us to sleep.
The Downs Festival is a splendid way to sign off the summer of festivals, or to celebrate the fact that kids are returning to school. Jon Kean previews.
Pond struggle to replicate the magic of their albums during the bands visit to The Fleece.
Ministry and Chelsea Wolfe bring an intensity and no shortage of strong emotions to SWX on Wednesday night. Harriet Taylor previews.
"Better Oblivion Community Center offered no soothing indie-folk escapism." Guy Marcham and Lee Ramsey review their show at The O2 Academy.