"It’s safe to say Swim Deep’s recent history has been pretty turbulent." Emily Engleheart previews Swim Deep at Exchange.
I wouldn't be at all surprised if this is the last thing we ever get from SikTh. Either way, it's going to be a beast of a show.
"Even at its strangest, there’s always a sincerity to the music that Harding makes." Elliott Simpson previews Aldous Harding at The O2 Academy.
There’s not a patch of floor in sight and when Mac and co. finally emerge onstage the roar is like nothing I’ve ever heard.
When it comes to music of style and cognisant artistic direction, look no further than London’s four-piece purveyors of modernist pop Woman’s Hour.
Shame returned to Rough Trade to celebrate being their album of the year for 2018. Naomi Williams made it to the front with her trusty camera.
A great set is marred by disappointing sound.
"Visiting Area 404 felt like a new beginning in Bristol." Ffion Riordan-Jones reviews Boomtown Halloween at the exciting new space, Area 404.
In case you missed it, check out our live photos of this year's Fat Lip Fest at The Lanes - featuring Young Guns, Syren City, Empire and more.
Bristol's Coasts play a show at The Fleece before heading stateside.