Loyle Carner brought a passionate and joyful show to a sold-out O2 Academy in Newcastle on Halloween night, but his performance was far more treat than trick.
Big FACE are an Edinburgh based psych-rock trio who shook up Henrys’ Cellar Bar last weekend supporting Casual Drag.
Khalid brought a chilled and soulful sound to Glasgow’s SSE Hydro on Friday night – but seemed to somewhat subvert audience expectations.
The Wound Review is… a few different things. It’s very new, for a start (but more on that later).
As someone who has seen Busted live three times now, I speak as sort of an expert when I say they’re back performing at their best. There was a level of passion for Busted’s pop-punk anthems at the Hydro on Saturday night that just wasn’t present at […]
View this post on Instagram Tour is over! Thank you to everyone who attended!!!! A post shared by The Internet (@theinternet) on Mar 27, 2019 at 4:37pm PDT Genre blending, soulful, and groovy; this is a band at the top of the game. The Internet’s ascent to stardom […]
I came to this gig to interview Super Inuit but Holy Now are so great that I can’t resist the urge to write a review. This band are so good that I manage to support my own bodyweight. I stop leaning against the wall trying to look like […]