James Bay successfully combined the diverse approaches of his first two albums into a coherent and powerful set at Colston Hall. Kessie Bartlett reviews. Photos by Jessica Bartolini.
Dot To Dot 2018 was a day filled with discoveries of both music and cool new places to spend a Saturday night. Catrin Bishop reviews. Photos by Jessica Bartolini.
Eastville Park staged another Love Saves The Day, its much loved love-in, welcoming its best-ever line-up. Gabriel Palmer reviews. Photos by Paul Lippiatt.
Public Image Ltd have (ironically) never given a rat's ass what people think of them and can neither be accused of following trends, nor attempting...
Ezra Furman is a theatrical performer, whose onstage persona is a beguiling outpouring of expertly-wielded turmoil. Robyn Bainbridge reviews his recent Colston Hall show. Photos by Jessica Bartolini.
Ho99o9 are loud, fearsome, visceral and grippingly irate. Andrzej Zajac captured Ho99o9 in full flow at The Exchange recently.
Calling their 2018 album Sex and Food ensured that Unknown Mortal Orchestra immediately tapped into approximately 93% of the entire global audience's set of waking thoughts. Abbie Shipperley caught them on their recent visit to SWX.
Not content with being an A-list actor and on the guest list for Harry and Meghan's big do in Windsor, Idris Elba is also handy at spinning discs. He raised more than a frenzy at Motion recently. Photos by Jeff Oram.
Technical problems, sound issues and microphones with a mind of their own - Peace had everything thrown at them on Sunday night. Angharad Bishop reviews. Photos by Rowan Allen.
Car Seat Headrest were powerful, eclectic and utterly riotous at SWX this week. Ross Jones reviews. Photos by Phil Watson.