"The Spook School have always been a band that go the extra mile." Elliott Simpson reviews. Photos by Grace Fitton-Assinder and Paul Assinder.
Protomartyr's poetics offer a shard of clarity and a ray of hope in a crazy world. Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Rowan Allen.
No Violet, the four-piece fuzz-rockers, serenaded a boisterous crowd with monstrous sounds and dynamic songs, leaving everyone in awe. Amy Grace reviews.
Father John Misty, sardonic oracle and arch-jester of the Armageddon, played Bath Forum recently. Jeff Oram was there with his camera.
"In many ways they are the furthest from your standard pop act that you can get." The splendidly non-standard Elder Island played Thekla this weekend.
This little two piece created an atmosphere of absolute unison – the kind of joy where your face hurts from smiling too much, your throat hurts from singing along too hard and your feet hurt from dancing 'til you can dance no more.
Two Door Cinema Club deliver an electrifying performance on their return to Bristol at the O2 Academy.
Motion was almost moving in its foundations with the homecoming My Nu Leng. Ffion Riordan-Jones and Abbie Shipperley review.
"With pop music feeling more and more literal each year, something a little thought-provoking gets exciting." Albert Testani reviews Alaskalaska.
A church, a mural, a long walk up a hill, Samantha Crain and then Lucy Rose. Plenty to evoke strong emotions. Amber-Ruth Watson and Mar Reyes review.