Maggie Rogers brought her Witchy Feminist Rockstar vibes to a sold out crowd in Vancouver this past Wednesday.
Following the release of their debut album 'Be Content' last month, Indoor Pets were sure to deliver a show that did exactly that (and more). Their biggest headline show to date was held at none other than Londons Scala.
Playing only their second ever gig, we caught the new Sheffield collaboration, Good Cop Bad Cop, at YES Manchester.
Anteros played the Newcastle leg of their tour on Tuesday and when they landed at The Cluny, they didn’t disappoint the packed venue.
There is a meditative silence that is always prevalent at Union Chapel, in Islington. Though it never feels awkward, Benjamin Francis Leftwich used this to his advantage by turning whispers into full belly laughs.
Being the only UK show on their European tour, Badflower had some high expectations to hit, nevertheless they took the show in their stride playing their grungy rock anthems!
The Slow Readers Club finished their thirty-two date tour with an intimate homecoming show at Gorilla, Manchester.
Bloxx have been creating quite the storm over the past few months, so it was no surprise that they turned Borderline into a complete sweatbox when they headlined the London venue on their recent UK tour.
Coming off the back of a troublesome six months, The Hunna are back!!! Having sold out all previous shows on their first tour of 2019, it was only right that their biggest show, a headline slot at the prestigious Brixton Academy would sell out as well.
Filled with energy from the release of her debut album ‘Odd One Out’, Girli played one of her biggest headline shows to date at London’s O2 Islington Academy. With support coming from Ashnikko. Our photographer Ant Adams was there to capture all the action.
Clean Cut Kid have returned to London with their infectious pop-driven hooks and jangly riffs. Our photographer, Alfie Drake, was there to capture all the action!
Cobalt Studios was the destination for a long-awaited homecoming, with Newcastle the final destination on SLEEPTAPE’s recent tour.
Lady Bird have had a belter of a year, signing to Slaves record label and now selling out their debut headline tour. These boys are onto something big, but you won’t catch the fever until you see them live! We caught them at their penultimate show of their sold-out tour.
The fiercely anticipated Black Futures arrived in London this week with their deafening drum smashing and punk like attitude.
Booking a boxing hall for your final date of the tour seems like a slightly strange choice, but having just announced his debut album ‘Nothing Great About Britain’, 24 year old rapper Slowthai is definitely not pulling his punches!
Indie-pop duo Broods stopped in at the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver this week as part of their Don’t Feed The Pop Monster tour. The dance party that ensued nearly tore roof off of the building, and we had Alice Hadden there to document it all.
The self-taught Cheshire native Adam French was at hand to give the people of London a breath of fresh air from all the rain and political mayhem happening.
Dingwalls in Camden is an iconic venue for a reason – name some of your favourite iconic bands and I bet they will have graced the stage at some point. It is only fitting then that on their current tour, Sorry had the opportunity to play this venue.
It may not be the Year 3000 yet, but we are heading all the way back to 2002 courtesy of the one and only, Busted. Here’s what unfolded at an intimate Southampton show on their Half Way There arena tour.
Haelos are an electro-pop 4 piece from London known for creating anthemic beats you can’t help dance, tap your fingers or bop your head to. Tonight though, they’re at Vancouver’s WISE hall to bring their dark euphoria to West Coast fans (ahead of release of their sophomore album, Any Random Kindness.)
Vince Staples bought his Smile, You’re On Camera tour to Vancouver’s Harbour Convention Centre, and our photographer Alice Hadden went along to catch all the action.
Canadian rock duo Cleopatrick are nothing short of incredible when it comes to their live performances, with only a guitar and a drum kit this pair still blast out some of the hardest rock anthems about at the moment!
This weekend Ella Vos bought her delightful and airy vocals to Vancouver’s Biltmore Cabaret as part of her Watch & Wait tour, with support from Clara Mae.
Returning to his hometown as part of his UK and Europe tour, Zak Abel performed a sold out show in London’s Roundhouse last Saturday night.
Scarlxrd is currently a red hot bullet flying through the music industry, with his nonchalant DIY attitude to making music and his ability to bend his sound to pretty much any genre, he’s an unstoppable force to say the least!
A night of singing and dancing with some of the biggest stars the music world has to offer was instore for the people of Nottingham on this magical Tuesday evening…
Portsmouth indie pop band Arcade Hearts have just finished up their week long run of headline shows with a show at Bournemouth’s 60 Million Postcards.
SWMRS blew the roof of London’s Electric Ballroom this weekend, famous for their intense live shows and performances, we sent our photographer Ola Hac to capture all the action.
The Yorkshire lad, Yungblud, has returned to the UK shores after a successful trip stateside where he has recently collaborated with Halsey and Blink-182’s Travis Barker on the melancholic pop song “11 minutes”, and to welcome his return was a vehemently overwhelming crowd at Birmingham’s O2 Institute2.