"Brooding, ominous and vicious in their delivery." Sean Toohey and Jess Greenwood review Petrol Girls at Rough Trade.
24th March | Hy-Brasil Photos: Rowan Allen It's just before Madonnatron's set this evening at Hy-Brasil, and bassist Charlotte is nervous yet evidently ready, come what...
Having had the beginning of their tour hampered by the Beast from the East, Everything Everything gathered momentum with a gradually-intensifying show at the Colston Hall. Angharad Bishop reviews. Photos by Josh Jones.
Frankie Stew and Harvey Gunn’s UK tour marked the release of 'The Lakes' and showed the duo in energetic form. Davy Foster and Lee Ramsey review.
"Mitski is typically flawless, pacing back and forth like a possessed inmate." See what else Matthew Neale had to say about her show at the Trinity Centre.
Queen Kwong has such emotional intensity that you need a good lie down after her shows. Andrzej Zajac kept upright to capture her recent Rough Trade show.
Ministry brought their anti-Trump rhetoric and Chelsea Wolfe brought ethereal darkness to SWX. Harriet Taylor reviews. Photos by Michael Brumby.
Wielding songs that were old friends and bringing many pleasant new acquaintances from 2018's 'Dove' Belly satiated the SWX crowd. Jon Kean reviews. Photos by Jess Greenwood.
The whole set was a captivating, haunting and high octane pop nightmare.
The sensual, ethereal harmonies battled through the chattering masses as Kelela came to SWX. Kezia Cochrane captured the brooding beauty of her sound nonetheless, with photos by Hannah Rooke.