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Grandma

Let’s Eat Grandma | Live Review

With album number two due out in June, Let's Eat Grandma played at The Lantern to whet our appetites. Ross Jones reviews.
Girl Ray

Girl Ray | Live Review

"Girl Ray’s vibrant, disarming indie-pop creations already bear the mark of enduring classics." See what else Kezia Cochrane had to say about Girl Ray's recent visit to Thekla.
Alfa Mist

Alfa Mist | Live Preview

The most recent album by Alpha Mist, Antiphon, is a truly accomplished, organic piece of work that is going to sound absolutely killer in the intimate setting of Thekla’s hallowed hull. Gabriel Palmer previews.
Stourbridge

Love From Stourbridge | Live Review & Photoset

The Wonder Stuff and Ned’s Atomic Dustbin brought their double-headliner 'Love From Stourbridge' tour to the O2 Academy. Jon Kean and Jess Greenwood were there to share the love.
Mekons 77

The Mekons 77 | Live Review

The Mekons 77 are that brief return to the gloriously jagged political punk of their early years for a short tour following that reform at their Mekonville festival in Ipswich last year. Elfyn Griffiths reviews.
IDLES

IDLES | Live Review & Photoset

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.
Hinds

Hinds | Live Preview

What's so pleasant to capture from the Madrid group, Hinds, and their music is how they seem so simply down-to-earth. Ross Jones looks forward to a spell in their company.
Goat Girl

Goat Girl | Live Review

Goat Girl's music isn't afraid to explore and expose the increasingly distasteful state of not only the capital, from which they've come, but also our slowly intoxicating culture as a whole. Ross Jones reviews their set at Rough Trade.
Gigs of the Week

Gigs of the Week | 12th-18th Apr

Tokyo and Osaka get more of a look in than normal in this edition of Gigs of the Week and Friday's selections have an unexpectedly dark common theme to them.
Behind The Scene

Behind The Scene Podcast | Live Preview

New podcast, Behind The Scene, launches at Rough Trade on 17th April. Hosts Harriet Robinson and Ruth Royall will be speaking to three music industry insiders about songwriting, before Ruth performs some songs herself. What's not to like?

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