Wielding songs that were old friends and bringing many pleasant new acquaintances from 2018's 'Dove' Belly satiated the SWX crowd. Jon Kean reviews. Photos by Jess Greenwood.
Modern life rarely presents you with silence, so you might as well mindfully take control of what's going into your ears as often as possible in your waking hours. This week's Gigs of the Week includes all-day shows, afternoon shows and many an evening noisefest.
Fresh from the release of their third album, 'Dove,' alt-rock aristocrats, Belly, head for SWX on Sunday armed with a gutful of gusto. Jon Kean previews.
What tunes for June? Do you feel the need to get more summery and chilled, or does the onset of the big, hot yellow thing in the sky just give you free rein to perspire without a care in the world? Gigs of the Week ought to help you decide.
Bring on the bank holiday. Say hello to the festival season. Drink in the tunes and jump around like a crazy fool. It's Gigs of the Week time.
It's Mental Health Awareness Week. Let us all celebrate how music can bring such great joy and a sense of community. You never need be alone.
Wasuremono play Nightbus at Mr Wolf’s on 19th May, with their album Something Left Behind out now.
One-third of the year in music may have passed, but our glass is still far more than two-thirds full by the evidence of the current Gigs of the Week.
Sometimes music is balm to soothe a weary mind when life gets tough. That said, sometimes music is an emotional belt sander. Our Gigs of the Week are a distinct mix of the two.
Record Store Day is one of many highlights this week. We seem to have a list of Gigs of the Week that is celebratory on such a number of levels, with several impending launches. Keep looking out for those special Record Store Day releases. Have a sonically-satisfying seven days.