Oddisee "reinstated my faith in people and our ability to fight the good fight," says Amber-Ruth Watson. Photos by Kristina Kimlickova.
The ultimate one-man band and a superb collaborator, FKJ mesmerised the SWX crowd with his composition and musicianship. Photoset by Alesha Hickmans.
"Their folky chamber-pop has always had, 'this is us/this is our sound' variety to it." Photoset of The Leisure Society at The Fleece by Craig Simmonds.
The St Pierre Snake Invasion really showed a determination to make an impression on their first show back. Simon Moyse and Andrzej Zajac review.
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.
Tugging on the emotional heartstrings and not leaving a dry eye in the house. Death Cab For Cutie, reviewed by Guy Marcham and Lee Ramsey.
'Tropical pop' when it's October and it's still over twenty degrees? Sounds like rather apt programming. Paul Lippiatt photographs Hollie Cook at Trinity.
Just what kind of fruits could Mogwai bear as the product of more than two decades of noise-making experience? Nice, big, juicy, epic ones, it turns out.
Welcome to part three of 2018 in Photos, our third homage to our photographers who perennially see life through a lens (or the first...
"Harrison looks like something from A Clockwork Orange as he sways about, shooting glances from eyes edgily marked with liner..."