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Ministry

Ministry and Chelsea Wolfe | Live Review & Photoset

Ministry brought their anti-Trump rhetoric and Chelsea Wolfe brought ethereal darkness to SWX. Harriet Taylor reviews. Photos by Michael Brumby.
Snapped Ankles

Snapped Ankles | Live Review & Photoset

Naturism and naturalism collided as Bad Tracking and Snapped Ankles blew our minds at Rough Trade. Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Laure Noverraz.
Holly Macve

Emily Barker, Holly Macve & Jade Bird | Live Review &...

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.
Future Islands

Future Islands | Live Review & Photoset

Relocated but by no means reduced in vigour, Future Islands played their Skyline Series at Ashton Gate recently. Will Perkins and Tim Ellis review.
Barr Brothers

The Barr Brothers | Photoset

River Town brought The Barr Brothers and their sibling symbiosis and solidarity to Thekla recently. Jessica Bartolini caught their family values on camera.
Quantic

Quantic | Live Review & Photoset

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.
Famous

The Naked And Famous | Live Review & Photoset

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.
Langkamer

Langkamer | Photoset

13th July | White RabbitIf you enjoyed their debut track, ‘Racecar’, that we previewed in April, with its breezy stab at narcissism and the...
Queen Kwong

Queen Kwong | Photoset

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.
Breeders

The Breeders | Live Review & Photoset

Never knowingly understated, The Breeders showcased classic rock & roll with bombastic effect at the O2 Academy. Oliver Evans and Michael Brumby were there.

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