Shit Present Experiencing a decidedly DIY punk band such as Shit Present in a venue such as Bodega was as


What was perhaps most remarkable about the (outrageously grand) Somerset House venue on Wednesday night was the sheer diversity of


Festival season is well under way. For most attendees, festivals are the highlight of the summer – a celebration of

Stone Roses

The Stone Roses, sometimes hailed as one of the greatest bands in the world, performed their opening gig at the Etihad


A grey Monday evening in Derby kicked off a short tour for InMe, thankfully things were considerably more exciting inside


HÆLOS are the furthest thing from the characterless contrived creatives that come to mind when you think about an experimental


Some tribute acts I’ve seen in the past seem as if they’d rather be playing original music, but are laboriously

Father John Misty, Rock City (4)

Sleek, sardonic and intensely sarcastic: Josh Tillman (aka. Father John Misty) was one of the year’s most anticipated visitors to


After the success of their 2015 sophomore release, Chastity Belt continued the UK leg of their Time To Go Home

Climbing the sacred steps of The Bodega, for possibly the final time, set the tone for an emotionally charged and