The ‘Do It Like a Dude’ star dazzles a sold out Apollo.
Evanescence more than make up for a 7 year absence from the UK.
Alternative 5-piece, Rook and the Ravens, play a blinding show to a sold out Deaf Institute.
SB6 aren’t exactly changing the world but with as loyal a fanbase as theirs, it doesn’t look like they’ll be disappearing anytime soon either.
James Birtles talks to Staind frontman, Aaron Lewis, about the new album, fans and Staind’s greatest career moment.
Lingering, delicate and hauntingly beautiful. It can only be Bon Iver.
If there’s one thing Andy Gott’s learnt from tonight, it’s to never be guilty about a pleasure.
Nero’s unrelenting, screechy dubstep set greets Warehouse Project goers.
Post-hardcore. Electronicore. Metalcore. Whatever you want to call them, Enter Shikari are shaking up the music industry core.
Arriving 20 minutes late on the eve of Halloween, it’s difficult to discern what the band have more of – instruments or facial hair.
A short but sweet set from the Swedish songstress.
If you ever need someone to “break down a party landmine” for you, these are your guys.
German friends, Digitalism, know how to put on a memorable and exciting set.
A solid record full of punchy choruses and energetic integrity.