We caught indie-rock band Now, Now on tour with Hippo Campus when they made a stop in at Vancouver’s Imperial. The sold out show was packed early in anticipation of the band’s first return to the city since last summer.
Playing a string of intimate live shows to preview new material, the Amazons played an unforgettable sold-out show at Jimmy’s, Manchester.
Friday night, Motorpoint Arena and Don Broco. Could Fridays get much better? They sure can; with Issues and Neck Deep supporting we were in for banger after banger, all night long.
As with all her gigs, the venue is radiating love by the end of the set and thanking her amazing team, she leaves the stage on an absolute high…
After having already sold out the original venue and being upgraded to The Garage, Highbury - only a handful of tickets remained to see the four-piece.
Touring extensively across the UK and Europe in support of new album ‘Five’, White Lies brought their perfected live performance to Manchester for a sold-out show at Albert Hall.
If you’ve been to a Rattlesnakes show before or have even heard of them, you know that their live shows are absolute insanity and chaos…
Swarmed with catchy guitar hooks and infectious choruses, Ten Tonnes proves that it’s only up and out for the Hertford songwriter.
Our favourite Aussies, Parkway Drive, gave London a fiery (literally…) performance this week at the famed Alexandra Palace.
Acoustic duo, This Wild Life, took their pop-punk influenced acoustic heart warmers to the people of Leeds.
We caught LA-based artist, Young & Sick at Fortune Sound Club in Vancouver, for their first show as he set off on tour with The Knocks.
Despite the snow and freezing temperatures, English Rock band Basement were on hand to warm us up with their punchy fuzzy rock and 90’s DIY distortion.
Despite the freezing cold, Dilly Dally kept us warm by hugging us with their loud grunge hooks when the headlined the Garage in London last month.
We caught Jacob Banks, with support from Jamie N Commons, at a sold out Venue Nightclub in Vancouver as part of the Village tour.
Samuel J radiates light and love and champions personal growth in his empowering new single, ‘Broken Open’.
All the way from Nashville, Tennessee, Free Throw give us the latest in the emo punk rock scene through an energetic and buzzy performance.
At the first of two nights at Kentish Town Forum, in support of his second album ‘Rainbow Valley’, Matt Corby commanded the stage with a carefree confidence that has seldomly been seen in his career.
Glasgow natives, Lotus Eater, gave London a foot-stomping-head-banging performance.
Californian alt-rock band, Death Cab For Cutie, gave Leeds a run for its money in a spectacular fashion as part of their 2019 World Tour.
Amsterdam’s own Pip Blom (with support from No Violets + Violets) gave Bournemouth a visit this week as part of their Independent Venue Week Tour.
Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls brought fire, fireworks and a whole lot of fun to their energetic show in Manchester, playing two sold out shows at the O2 Victoria Warehouse.
With Blaenavon having taken a short break from live shows, the band’s return on the 23rd of January coincided with their ten year anniversary.
All the way from New York, pop-punk rockers Such Gold and Pennsylvanian Koji gave Milton Keynes a run for their money this week with a duo of singer-songwriter punk and loud and buzzy rock.
Aware that they are still emerging and finding their sound as a band, Chapter and Verse are keen to make sure that they make a lasting memory.
Enter Shikari had complete control over everyone’s sensory experience this weekend when they played a mammoth of a headline show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.
Richard Ashcroft brought a career spanning set to Albert Hall, Manchester for a sold-out show.
Palm Reader decided to wrap up a great year for them by playing the entire album in full at the intimate Boston Music Room in London.
It’s chilly – December and all; it doesn’t stop 5,000 eager ticket holders from braving the cold to see chart-resident Mabel sell-out O2 Academy Brixton.