A. Savage brought the increased emotional sensitivities of his recent album and some of Parquet Courts' weighty heft to bear at The Louisiana recently.
"What follows is an exercise in restraint, slowly building to chaos." The Murder Capital at Exchange, reviewed by Ryan Simmonds and Jess Greenwood.
"It feels bright, new, explorational. Improvisation is firmly in charge." Jonny Pinches and Jessica Bartolini review The Cinematic Orchestra.
"They've always had IMAX-sized widescreen sound, before which you cannot help but feel humble." Ålesund - photoset by Luke Macpherson.
"Bristol was treated to wall-to-wall indie disco thunderbolts." Guy Marcham and Jessica Bartolini review Metronomy at the O2 Academy.
Candy Darling @ The Fleece, Bristol. 24.05.15.
Oliver Evans reviews the boundary-pushing co-headline combo of Cykada and Danalogue, at the forward-thinking Loco Klub. Photos by Luke Macpherson.
Three bands, co-headliners and a 10pm curfew. An impressive feat. Harriet Taylor and Craig Simmonds review Laura Jane Grace and Frank Iero.
Motion was almost moving in its foundations with the homecoming My Nu Leng. Ffion Riordan-Jones and Abbie Shipperley review.
Phoebe Bridgers had travelled just under 3,700 miles in 18 hours to play at Rough Trade. Let's see if Ross Jones thought it was a journey well made, with photos by Rowan Allen.