London-based quartet Another Sky reached new heights at their Village Underground show this week. It’s almost a year on from their appearance on BBC’s Later… with Jools Holland, and now with two EPs and the honour of playing Huw Stephen’s final ever Maida Vale session
Feet’s own record label, Clapped Records, presented Clapped Night Out – a night of live music, late night DJs, and performance art at the new 26 Leake Street in Waterloo. In anticipation of their debut album, What’s Inside Is More Than Just Ham, due on
Australian electro-pop quintet Parcels played a sold out show as part of the Somerset House Summer Series last week. Now based in Berlin, Parcels released their self-titled debut album in October last year and played London’s Roundhouse shortly after. Their return was clearly highly anticipated as
On the hottest day of the year so far, Brixton gave its warmest welcome to Californian rock quartet Weezer. There’s something quite special about seeing a band that was born in the same year as you were. Weezer and I had both shared the same
Oxford quartet Foals played their biggest UK headline shows to date in celebration of their fifth album, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost. It’s been an excruciatingly long wait for the band’s follow up to 2015’s What Went Down, and for our patience, we have
Playing a sold-out show at Dingwalls in the heart of Camden last week, Larkins brought hundreds of fans to the underground venue for a night of unending bops. The indie guitar pop quartet from Glossop relentlessly churned out their anthemic, hook-filled songs with staggering ease.
Alternative rock quartet YONAKA from Brighton played a sold-out Heaven last week, just the night before the release of their hugely anticipated debut album, Don’t Wait ‘Til Tomorrow. Having built such a following over the years on top of a reputation for a raucous live show,
Hot off the heels of his heart-rending new EP, Oh My Messy Mind, James Bay took to the stage at the stunning London Palladium. The BRIT Awards-winning, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter had his older brother, Alex Francis as support, effectively warming up the crowd before the main
In support of their debut album, The Dots, ALASKALASKA filled London’s Omeara with their dreamy, ethereal art-pop. Frontwoman Lucinda Duarte-Holman’s vocals combined with the rhythmic beats and sultry saxophone made for an atmospheric sound that felt like it could transport you to another world altogether.
Pop/punk rock trio Dream Wife were the perfect start to open the stage at the Leeds Beckett SU. Taking time off working on their next album to drop by Live at Leeds, they were armed with a tree stump from the barn where they have