German friends, Digitalism, know how to put on a memorable and exciting set.
A solid record full of punchy choruses and energetic integrity.
Tragedy, heartbreak and Dinosaur Sex – Emmy the Great brings Virtue to the Deaf Institute
Welsh 5 piece KIGH, with support from Save Your Breath and Blitz Kids, storm Academy 1.
Organ Freeman. There can’t be a better band name than this, surely?
Japanese Popstars, Felix da Housecat and Calvin Harris prove once again why WHP is so damn popular.
They may have supported rock and roll legends AC/DC in the past but how are this Irish quartet faring in the present?
Californian rockers Incubus return to the UK this month following most recent album, If Not Now, When?
Second album from indie rock band Girls continues to channel the 60’s sunshine pop of Roy Orbison and the Beach Boys.
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.
Support to Chapel Club, Clock Opera impress more than the main attraction.
Will it be a return to form for Kiedis and co at MEN Monday night? Will Garbutt certainly hopes so.
63 year old Alice Cooper may be getting on a bit now but he’s certainly not giving up.
Danish rockabilly quartet, Volbeat, more than make up for last year’s tour cancellations.
Exit Ten are receiving sterling reviews for 2nd album Give Me Infinity left, right and centre but how will the new tracks fare live?