Breakfast Records serve up Vinegar and Hamburger, all very food-related, with Steve Buscemi's Dreamy Eyes seducing our ears in between. Max Baker previews.
"King Krule brings the unsettling feeling that you get when you have your emotions... stirred by a provocative work." Albert Testani previews King Krule.
"Tonight they lean into their idiosyncrasies more than ever." Elliott Simpson reviews Black Midi's sold-out show at The Marble Factory.
"They’ve built up a name for themselves through their visceral live shows and uncompromisingly brutal sound." Elliott Simpson previews The Murder Capital.
"As the clock turns nine, SWX is plunged into black. A phantom glare strikes forth." Guy Marcham and Jessica Bartolini review Angel Olsen at SWX.
"It was a distinct pleasure to be... distracted from the approach of Monday at The Lanes by Parisian sanguine janglers, En Attendant Ana." Jon Kean reviews.
Anticipating the Valentine's Day blues? Or just a lingering sense of FOMO? We've got your back here at In Stereo's Gigs of the Week.
"The scuzzy spirit of late 70s art punks like The Screamers and Devo has again reared its alienated head." Tom Phelan previews U-Bahn at The Old England.
"Synths zigzag colourfully over the drums, while Channy Leaneagh’s vocals float around the room like a lost wisp of smoke." Elliott Simpson reviews Poliça.
"Finding the right words to describe Anna Meredith’s live show is a difficult task." Elliott Simpson and Luke Macpherson review Anna Meredith at Trinity.