"It’s not your average festival where the odd peacock wanders past as you make your way from stage to stage." Kezia Cochrane previews End Of The Road.
"Moon Hooch perform like every note, dance move and breath might be their last." Albert Testani previews Moon Hooch at The Fleece.
"The day promises to showcase the best of new music from all over the UK" - that'll be the So Young All-Dayer at Rough Trade. Lewis Rogers previews.
"Boogarins have been described as a new wave of psychedelic Brazilian rock." Rose Parish previews their visit to The Lanes.
"New Order are still with us. Their albums still hold our attention." Elfyn Griffith previews the forthcoming appearance of Factory's finest.
Crywank embodies the "snarling sarcasm of the Mancunian wit" and "encapsulates the city’s underdog charm." Sean Toohey previews.
For the tenth anniversary of Bristol's Pride celebrations, this fine show of Bristolian unity moves up in the world, to Clifton Downs. Jon Kean previews.
"One of the most eagerly-anticipated dates on the urban sports calendar, let alone festival circuit." Davy Foster preview NASS Festival.
Last chance to examine the dark psyche of Brockley Forest, as they play their farewell show at The Louisiana on Friday night. Rose Parish previews.
They even sang the song from which the term 'hip-hop' was coined. Now The Sugarhill Gang head to The Fleece. Amber-Ruth Watson previews.