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.
Lingering, delicate and hauntingly beautiful. It can only be Bon Iver.
Laid bare and unremarkable, Leftwich’s set cries out for accompaniment.
Easy to admire but hard to love.
Convincing in his role of the ‘eccentric musical genius’, Wolf is adored by all in attendance.
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.
German friends, Digitalism, know how to put on a memorable and exciting set.
Vocal problems hinder FFAF’s overall performance, making for a less than average set.
The Blackout’s underground days seem to have come to an end and with performances like this, it’s not difficult to see why.
Manchester Cathedral and Laura Marling – a match made in heaven.
Tiersen has a love for music that courses through every inch of his veins.
If there’s one thing Andy Gott’s learnt from tonight, it’s to never be guilty about a pleasure.