Live Review: Homeshake at Manchester Academy 2

Homeshake, the Canadian lo-fi, solo-project of Peter Sagar were met by adoring fans at Manchester Academy, all there to experience in-person Sagar's laid-back production mingled with his soulful melodies. Sa...

Live Review: Only the Poets at Dingwalls, Camden

With upbeat and carefree songs and a youthful, energetic stage persona, Only the Poets, captured the 500-strong crowd at Camden’s Dingwalls. The show started with a speech by novelist and activist James Bald...

Live Review: Anna Calvi at The Roundhouse, London

From the mesmeric lighting with stark contrasting colours, to the instrumentation bolstering her art-rock discography, Anna Calvi performed a highly memorable set reeling off her latest album, Hunter. Commenci...

Live Review: Matt Corby at O2 Forum Kentish Town

Australian singer and multi instrumentalist Matt Corby walked out on the Kentish Town stage for the second time on his incredibly anticipated ‘Rainbow Valley’ tour - which has been long-awaited by fans.  Wit...

Live Review: DMA’s at O2 Academy, Sheffield

Britpop, Burberry and bloody good tunes marked the DMA’s second visit to Sheffield this year. The cocksure Aussie trio took to the stage of the O2 Academy for the penultimate UK show on the For Now tour. Eru...

Live Review: Young Fathers at O2 Academy, Brixton

The Mercury Prize-winning, virtuostic trio from Edinburgh, took to the stage in Brixton earlier this week with an electrifying set – in every sense of the word. Since their inception earlier this decade, cri...

Live Review: Hinds at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Hinds have just concluded their UK leg of their tour and are now venturing out into mainland Europe. Our resident Hinds superfan, Caitlin Shentall, witnessed their penultimate UK show at Leadmill in Sheffield. ...
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Live Review: Ought at The Bullingdon, Oxford

Most post-punk bands on a transatlantic tour set their sights on the turbulent bowels of major cities across the UK. London, Manchester, Birmingham perhaps. Oxford though is not a town that springs to mind. Yet...

Live Review: Shame at The Leadmill, Sheffield

Sweat soaked, stormy and sarky as ever. Shame's return to The Leadmill was everything you would expect, and then some. Their absence from Sheffield has been a short one. The South Londoners' last visited the St...