"They held the audience from the moment they hit the stage, right the way through to the last note." Goan Dogs at The Louisiana - photos by Jess Greenwood.
Fighting for things we feel we ought to have been enshrined by now, Camp Cope make the world a better place, one song at a time. Laure Noverraz reviews.
"Grennan is a born performer and throughout the show, he seemed completely at ease and in his element." Shannon Newman and Nathan Roach review Tom Grennan.
2018's Green Man Festival was a wondrous, invigorating escape from the rat-race. Ross Jones and Jessica Bartolini were there to capture the joys.
"It’s the incorporation of jazz that sets this band apart from the notoriously bad boybands of days gone by." Phoebe Burt and Lorenzo Ottone review Easy Life.
"It's when the expectations aren't the highest that Doherty, once again, catches everyone by surprise with a reignited flame." Lorenzo Ottone reviews.
"'That last song was about anxiety and this next one's about death - Saturday night, yeah!'" Georgia Marsh and Craig Simmonds review Whitney at SWX.
Tenderness and tempestuous emotions combined is the delicate balance that Waxahatchee strikes. See Jessica Bartolini's photo's of Waxahatchee's recent show at The Fleece.
With this being her Courtney Love's first big international tour in a while most would expect her to showcase newer material in support of the up and coming LP but it seems most of the set comprises of material from her previous grunge rock band Hole.
The Magic Gang, plus stellar supports, hit the O2 Academy with their polished sound and catchy sing-alongs. Georgia Marsh and Alesha Hickmans review.