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Father John Misty @ The De La...

by EdwardClibbens on 02 July 2015

Just a quick heads up for anyone reading this article, it will contain copious amounts of superlatives and gushing praise. The reason for this being...
The Strokes, Beck, Future...

by JayDuncan on 23 June 2015

This summer sees Barclaycards British Summer Time  following the theme of nostalgia, not least with indie originators The Stroke and their...
LOCK @ The Heavenly Social,...

by AdamTait on 23 June 2015

A balmy Wednesday evening at the start of what promises to be a typical British summer, and we're at one of our favourite London bars - The Heavenly...
Just a quick heads up for anyone reading this article, it will contain copious amounts of superlatives and gushing praise. The reason for this being that Father John Misty’s...
This summer sees Barclaycards British Summer Time  following the theme of nostalgia, not least with indie originators The Stroke and their oddly-booked support act...
A balmy Wednesday evening at the start of what promises to be a typical British summer, and we're at one of our favourite London bars - The Heavenly Social. Tonight we here to...
An alternative title for tonight’s bill (for XFM Xposure Live) might have been ‘Beauty And The Beast’: the former by way of PROM and Black Honey; the latter fulfilled by the...
After the relative disappointment of his third solo album, Vestiges & Claws, which was released earlier this year; it was hard to know what to expect from José González’s...
Going into this show at Islington’s mightily impressive Assembly Hall, I wasn’t too sure what to expect. On record, Unknown Mortal Orchestra are interesting, quirky, a little...
Hailing from the mean streets of Warrington, Man & the Echo cut a relatively suave figure against the sweaty backdrop of London’s Old Blue Last. From the candid political...

Man & The Echo @ Old Blue Last, 19/05/15

by KarenDelaney on 21 May 2015

Australia's sunny shores aren’t the first place that comes to mind when the dark, grandiose rock of Service Bells rumbles into action. Tonight the antipodean quartet arrive at...

Service Bells @ Old Blue Last, 19/05/15

by KarenDelaney on 21 May 2015

Tobias Jesso Jr is hilarious. He somewhat means to be, but silly things just keep happening during the gig which multiply the comedic impact. The guitar strap doesn't fit, and...
Flying Lotus’ sound echo styles and formats of jazz, yet remains up to date with a hip hop twang and electronic beats. Steven Ellison’s UK debut of YOU’RE DEAD arrives in...
Arizona conjures up many images of vastly sparse desert, rugged rock formations and sweltering heat, yet not many would ever associate it with a longstanding hotbed of musical...
Last year, The Districts released arguably the best rock/guitar/indie/whateveryouwanttocallit E.P. of the year. The likes of ‘Rocking Chair’, ‘Long Distance’ and ‘Stay...

The Districts @ The Scala, London - 28/04/2015

by EdwardClibbens on 01 May 2015

"They remind me a bit of early Libertines", says a drunken man to me pre-gig. It's a comparison that will probably follow Palma Violets for the rest of their life as a band....
Rarely do you see an artists who’s contribution to music is such an intricate and focused listening experience. A humble musician who’s voice can simply be heard through the...

Jon Hopkins @ Brixton Academy, 24/04/15

by JayDuncan on 28 April 2015

Photos by James Kenny for Shout4Music “When we started down in the ends/From The Standard to squats in Hackney” Josh Waters Rudge reminisces on ‘Got No Say’....
S4M TV
S4M TV // Shannon and the Clams - 'Corvette'

by DavidBeech on 19 June 2015

S4M TV // Agent Fresco - 'See Hell'

by Kyle McCormick on 01 June 2015

S4M TV // Club Kuru - 'Long Drive'

by AshMeikle on 01 June 2015

S4M TV // Asylums - 'Joy In A Small Wage'

by Kyle McCormick on 26 May 2015

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