Not an astounding effort from the pop punk quartet but impressive enough.
Skrillex may have been dubbed the most hated man in dubstep, but there are nearly 2000 people in Manchester alone who’d disagree following this performance.
Phoebe Clarke chats to the big man himself about his new album and outside-of-music business ventures.
Dan Jones takes a look at the album that shot soul icon Otis Redding to the top of the charts in 1965.
As lovely as gigs in churches can be, Lisa Hannigan’s set needs less restriction and more sweatiness.
Thurston Moore’s new album, Demolished Thoughts, has been lost somewhat in the live translation.
Angelic voices, folky tones and complex harmonies make up this choir of 3 young sisters’ sound.
Both band and venue remain amongst the live circuit’s best-kept secrets. On tonight’s evidence though, they surely won’t be secrets for much longer.
ADTR are breaking down borders and redefining genres to create the music they and their fans want.
A 5 star review for the Irish-born producer’s second set on British soil in over a year.
That difficult second album cliché proves its truth this time around.
Exit Ten are a band that have only matured with age, making them a band certainly worth keeping an eye our for next festival season.