Technical problems, sound issues and microphones with a mind of their own - Peace had everything thrown at them on Sunday night. Angharad Bishop reviews. Photos by Rowan Allen.
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.
Poets of the Fall blasted the crowd at Thekla with familiar favourites and tracks from their new album, 'Ultraviolet'. Mar Reyes photographed the madness.
For someone comfortable behind a camera (in Game of Thrones), Raleigh Ritchie was notably in his element up close and personal at SWX.
It's a funny old world (often more 'funny peculiar' than plain amusing) but Hippo Campus at SWX made it a lot more bearable. Photoset by Callum O'Keefe.
It was a blitz. A blast - Amyl and the Sniffers in the crowded, hot, sweaty upstairs room of The Louisiana. Photoset by Craig Simmonds.
The mind-freeing qualities of Dermot Kennedy were plain for all to hear at the O2 Academy. Photoset by Philip Hiscocks.
"Talk about holding an audience in the palm of your hand." Max Baker and Laure Noverraz review Kirin J Callinan at The Louisiana.
"The band seem to have hit a sweet spot, sitting comfortably between rock and pop." Lewis Rogers and Philip Hiscocks review Bloxx at The Louisiana.
"About eight stage invasions, ecstatic crowd surfing, wild mosh-pitting and merciless beer spillage." Lorenzo Ottone and Ellie Thomas review Sports Team.