Sleigh Bells give the unwavering impression that there’s nothing in the world they’d rather be doing that performing for us.
This is a band who have taken 2 opposite influences and brought them together into something brilliant.
There’s a lot more to Breton than being the next NME poster boys.
Widely recognised and the most influential punk album of all time.
The Vaccines are no cure to the musical stagnation in the indie scene.
He may sound good as a soundtrack to your M&S meal for two but a live performer he is not.
If tonight was any indication of the summer ahead, it’s going to be wild one.
Winner of the BBC’s Sound of 2012, Michael Kiwanuka, takes to the stage at Ruby Lounge.
Helped to prove that Hendrix, while an amazing songwriter, was simply a genius.
Tom Ingham chats to Inspiral Carpets bassist, Martyn Walsh, on what it’s like to be back in action.
Musically they’re an acquired taste, lyrically they’re completely absurd, but Pulled Apart by Horses are riotously good fun.
Magnetic Fields – at their best when the synths take a back seat.