Zander Sharp, Author at BRISTOL LIVE MAGAZINE

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LUMP | Live Review & Photoset

LUMP
From chips and cheese to chips and gravy, things get pretty special when two outstanding components combine. LUMP have that potential. Zander Sharp reviews. Photos by Abbie Shipperley.

Courtney Barnett | Live Review & Photoset

Courtney Barnett
5th June | O2 AcademyPhotos: Laure Noverraz“No, let’s not play that one, we’ll only eff it up,” said guitarist to drummer.“So…this one?” bassist started...

LUMP | Live Preview

LUMP have arrived, bringing with them a new spin on the supergroup model from the 70s. Zander Sharp previews their show at Rough Trade.

Frankie Cosmos | Live Review

Frankie Cosmos
"Quirkily twee enough to be popular in the US and unhappy enough to popular in Britain, her songs are ruthlessly catchy." Zander Sharp reviews Frankie Cosmos at The Fleece.

Courtney Barnett | Live Preview

Courtney Barnett
Courtney Barnett comes to the O2 Academy on Tuesday night and is more than likely to tell us, in no uncertain terms, how she really feels. Zander Sharp previews.

Frankie Cosmos | Live Preview

Frankie Cosmos
Catch Frankie Cosmos at The Fleece on Wednesday while you can still see them at a medium-sized venue. Zander Sharp previews.

Joan As Police Woman | Live Review

Police Woman
The blue-eyed soul of Joan As Police Woman and the resurgence of Fyfe Dangerfield came to St George's last week. Zander Sharp took a pew to listen.

Joan As Police Woman | Live Preview

Police Woman
Joan As Police Woman comes to St George's this week, ready to hit you with the vulnerability and lyrical intensity from her recent album, Damned Devotion. Zander Sharp previews.

IDLES | Live Review & Photoset

IDLES
To fill a venue like Bath’s Komedia on a Sunday night is impressive. To fill it in a city that represents the opposite of your band is even more impressive. But IDLES launched their nationwide tour with a sold-out gig in Bath. Zander Sharp and Rowan Allen were there too.

IDLES | Live Preview

IDLES
IDLES have found their footing by fighting a time of polarized politics and austerity economics. Supported by LICE, they bring the fight to Bath's Komedia on Sunday. Zander Sharp previews.

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