Get ready for some Acts of Fear and Love from the searingly splendid Slaves at Rough Trade on Friday night. Will Perkins previews.
The whole set was a captivating, haunting and high octane pop nightmare.
BLM featured artists for August, Gorgeous Bully, gave us a taste of what they've been rustling up over the last year on Saturday night. Ross Jones reviews.
The Downs Festival is a splendid way to sign off the summer of festivals, or to celebrate the fact that kids are returning to school. Jon Kean previews.
If you want a festival to feel like someone's party, rather than an 'event', Leopallooza is the festival for you. 2018 was an IDLES party. Jon Kean reviews.
Gorgeous Bully head to The White Rabbit on Saturday night to give us some fine new material from their album 'Closure'. Ross Jones previews.
Gigs of the fortnight, as Gigs of the Week goes on its summer jolly holidays. Those of you left in this fine city have plenty to choose from.
In Mountain Moves, they served up one of the albums of 2017. Deerhoof come to Thekla on Monday night. Rosalind Grindrod previews.
Adam Stewart from the Green Man Festival gives us his top three picks from the stellar line-up that'll be let loose in the Brecon Beacons this month.
The album launch for Nicholson Heal ran into the inevitable fact that the best-laid plans can be knackered by a power cut. Amy Grace reviews.