A sun-drenched Thursday afternoon at Halifax’s Piece Hall brought the ever-needed, laid-back yet endlessly entertaining blessing of Mac DeMarco.
It was another successful and sunny edition of Long Division Festival for 2019 in Wakefield.
After years of being the support act for indie stalwarts, it’s time for The Japanese House to take the centre-stage for themselves – and, by and large, they do this well.
Brighton three-piece Our Girl supported former Coral man Bill Ryder-Jones at Leeds’ Howard Assembly Room.
Echo & The Bunnymen’s prestigious canon of indie classics took on a new lustre with an orchestrated performance at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall.
Childhood brought their current tour behind second album ‘Universal High’ to the Brudenell Social Club.
Run The Jewels and Danny Brown represent two of the most critically acclaimed names in hip-hop.
Glasgow’s Catholic Action played a sumptuous, hit-packed but rather brief set that left us tingling for more.
Upon arrival at tonight’s gig, those accustomed with Headrow House might have been taken aback, as the venue looks more like a foggy graveyard than an event space… The 200-capacity room is being continuously pumped with smoke, making seeing more than a few feet in front of you a challenge, yet conjures an intense and unique atmosphere that couldn’t feel more suiting and effective for tonight’s event; the residency of
Swans’ final UK tour in their current iteration is testament to the redemptive power of savage noise.