Amen Dunes bring their ambient indie-rock to Thekla this week. If there's one band you're going to take a chance on, make it this one. Jon Kean previews.
Soft-voiced and introspective, but with attitude, Tiny Ruins really stirred emotions at The Louisiana. Zander Sharp, Lucy Gilbert and Ash Holdsworth review.
Oliver Wilde will be taking to the cosy comfort of Café Kino with a stripped-back set, including storytelling and poetry. Ffion Riordan-Jones previews.
The first album launch attempt that Nicholson Heal made was scuppered by a local power cut. Here comes launch attempt number two. Amy Grace previews.
Garbage are coming. Expect a psychocandy of inescapable rhythms and hooks, Shirley Manson’s vocals leading the tuneful maelstrom. Elfyn Grifith previews.
If you've received exam results recently, you'll have inevitably had your own personal highs and lows. We promise all top-graders with our Gigs of the Week.
Playing their excellent new album, 'Stranger Today', Our Girl took another giant leap for mankind at Rough Trade. Ross Jones and Jessica Bartolini review.
How did the work of Bad Sounds come across in an acoustic setting? Like Christian prayer songs? Mumford and Sons? Amy Grace and Jessica Bartolini found out.
2018's Green Man Festival was a wondrous, invigorating escape from the rat-race. Ross Jones and Jessica Bartolini were there to capture the joys.
Understated and flawless, Phoebe Bridgers bewitched the Thekla audience recently. Melz Durston and Jessica Bartolini review.