We went to the 360 Club at the Library in Leeds to watch MARSICANS and enjoyed ourselves rather a lot.
We head to Orangebox in Halifax to check out SOAK, who’s touring skate parks around the UK to promote her forthcoming album, and support act OLIVER PINDER.
Rae Morris is joined by Fryars for a stunning sold-out show celebrating the release of her debut album, Unguarded. We enjoyed it rather a lot.
It’s a rare occasion that a relative newcomer needs so little hype to boost ticket sales, yet with minimal radio airtime (not counting his last-minute Live Lounge substitution when Lana Del Ray cancelled), he’s sold out the Brudenell with ease.
London via Nottingham indie-pop outfit Childhood’s UK tour gets off to a rather subdued start at the Leadmill in Sheffield, says Jack Nuttgens.
At the weekend, we enjoyed a slightly bittersweet night at the O2 Apollo Manchester to see THE 1975 for the 23rd time – and the last time we’ll see them for quite a while.
Sivu and Rae Morris at the Brudenell Social Club in Leeds is the night-out equivalent of a quiet night in, with Red Stripe replacing the cosy drama of Downton Abbey…
Another great night of live music was had at the O2 Academy last night as a dozen young acts took part in the fifth CENTRE STAGE finals. Who won? Find out.
Seattle grunge legends PEARL JAM played an amazing 36-song set at the First Direct Arena in Leeds last night as part of their Lightning Bolt European Tour.
Borne from the ashes of Shields and Humanfly, KINGS’ debut EP is a canny fusion of doom-metal, psychedelia and even a few pop hooks for good measure.
ARCTIC MONKEYS played to around 40,000 fans at Finsbury Park in London at the weekend. It was rather bloody special, says our man Peter Collinson
The live return of EMBRACE. It’s been a while, but boy, have they made up for lost time. Support acts YOUNG REBEL SET and THE MEXANINES also shine.