"This is a band that epitomises the unexpected." Harriet Taylor previews energetic Atlanta experimentalists, the Black Lips at The Fleece.
"Gork will be pulling out all the stops for their upcoming EP launch." Amy Grace previews the self styles 'crappy punk rock' of Gork at The Crofters Rights.
"Their freshly-released album, 'Sunscreen' is tinged with nostalgia, lo-fi and even the occasional Beatles influence. Amy Grace previews.
"A dynamic, angular groove that touches neatly upon disco, electronica and joyous off-kilter pop." Guy Marcham previews Metronomy.
"There is a lot happening on JAWS albums." Albert Testani looks forward to hearing tracks from their most recent album, 'The Ceiling', live at The Fleece.
"The music is a call-to-arms for the disenfranchised and the outsiders." Ryan Simmonds previews Ezra Furman at the O2 Academy.
"Sorry are the forlorn purveyors of relationship complications and modern-day boredom that your melancholic soul most definitely needs." Tom Phelan previews.
"What Tinariwen creates is an African sounding, sand-washed rock and folk with a blues atmosphere." Andrew Kilpatrick previews Tinariwen.
"Jamila Woods gives a glittering, golden flair to everything she touches." Georgia Marsh previews Jamila Woods at Exchange.
Milk Teeth are heading to Exchange, with a self-care session for ticketholders beforehand (and self-care for the ears afterwards. Harriet Taylor previews.