Tamu Massif's voice "lands as croaking and emotionally loaded when necessary, often reminiscent of a less angry Jamie T." Sean Toohey and Lee Ramsey review.
"The Spook School have always been a band that go the extra mile." Elliott Simpson reviews. Photos by Grace Fitton-Assinder and Paul Assinder.
"Their songs gain a new lease of life on the stage." Elliott Simpson and Duncan Cruickshank review Snarky Puppy at the O2 Academy.
It’s that time of the year, festivals Love Saves The Day and Dot to Dot clash once again to take centre stage, a far cry of the summery weather we had last year but instead the heavens opening up and continuous rain pouring down the city of Bristol.
The three days of crushing metal ahead of me can't possibly top 2014's inaugural event, can they?
For bands just starting out, this is a masterclass on how to really own a stage
We've got you covered with our live photo gallery of Plainviews live performance at the Exchange.
Over the past few years of playing shows on the DIY circuit, The Orielles have built up a loyal community around them, reflecting the amicable bunch they are, and apparent in the warm reception they’re given at Rough Trade. Kezia Cochrane reviews.
"It's beautiful, stark and iridescent, showing the underlying power of Zauner's songwriting at its quietest and most personal." Ross Jones reviews Japanese Breakfast at Thekla. Photos by Charlotte Christine.
"Hookworms know how to mystify a crowd," with their stage presence and the stunning sound of 2018's 'Microshift'. Amy Grace and Mar Reyes review.