How did the work of Bad Sounds come across in an acoustic setting? Like Christian prayer songs? Mumford and Sons? Amy Grace and Jessica Bartolini found out.
Our Girl treated The Louisiana to their quiet-and-loud, 'mouse that roared,' breathtaking songs of explosive tenderness. Photoset by Jessica Bartolini.
Australian Britpop may sound like an oxymoron, but DMA's do it in style. Angharad Bishop and Callum O'Keefe review their show at The Anson Rooms.
There's no grinding She Drew The Gun down. Louisa Roach is the ultimate resister. Caitlin Clark and Michael Brumby review their show at The Fleece.
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.
"Should we call Spectrum’s music psychedelic or shoegaze? Probably both and neither at the same time." Lorenzo Ottone reviews Spectrum at The Lanes.
"It’s the ability to twitch on the border between wholesome and heavy that generates SLONK’s true appeal." Sean Toohey and Duncan Cruickshank review SLONK.
Chierin Presents: Plastic Mermaids @ The Louisiana 23.02.15
It was apparent that this tour was a chance to take some older songs out of the cupboard, blow the dust off and enjoy them once again.
In cased you missed it, here's our live photos of Wheatus headline performance at Thekla, Bristol.