Emily Barker, Holly Macve and Jade Bird showed why so many people are being drawn to modern country music. Amy Grace and Paul Lippiatt were there.
Relocated but by no means reduced in vigour, Future Islands played their Skyline Series at Ashton Gate recently. Will Perkins and Tim Ellis review.
River Town brought The Barr Brothers and their sibling symbiosis and solidarity to Thekla recently. Jessica Bartolini caught their family values on camera.
Quantic is so well-travelled that his work resonates with a global energy, which he brought to Trinity this week. Kelly Jobanputra reviews. Photos by Dominka Scheibinger.
The Naked And Famous took to the stage at The Trinity Centre with stripped-back and slowed-down versions of their well-loved songs. Zander Sharp reviews. Photos by Jessica Bartolini.
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Queen Kwong has such emotional intensity that you need a good lie down after her shows. Andrzej Zajac kept upright to capture her recent Rough Trade show.
Never knowingly understated, The Breeders showcased classic rock & roll with bombastic effect at the O2 Academy. Oliver Evans and Michael Brumby were there.
Brooklyn's Bodega brought their humane art-punk message to The Fleece on Wednesday. Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Andrzej Zajac.
The Skyline Series commenced with a triple-bill of British legends, headlined by Echo & The Bunnymen. Elfyn Griffiths revews. Photos by Jess Greenwood.