Sombre Texans Stars of the Lid do their thing in a concrete box in Nottingham! CONTENT WARNING – This account WILL beat about the bush and irritate almost everyone that reads it.
Kiss me with apocalypse! Here we are again at the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia. The 2016 event is the biggest yet, but thankfully, this pagan love drone commune has lost absolutely none of its charms.
The mighty Acid Box put on an evening of transcendental forward-thinking grooves to counter the St. George Blues.
25 years to the day of the release of the seminal Nowhere, Ride assemble in Liverpool to make some ears bleed once more. Resident shoegazer James “Reverb” Wilkes reports.
Just over a year ago, one of the most influential and renowned small venues in the UK closed their heavy metal mirror doors for good. Alex Coates mourns.
Here comes the sound of confusion! The Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia is back and better than ever. We’re ready to have our minds blown once more.
The math rocker who came in from the cold – ex of Oceansize, Mike Vennart plays a pair of sets to prepare his two bands for the weekend’s ArcTanGent Festival.
Playing a short set in the attic above a Nottingham record store, Ultimate Painting’s poignant and unassuming music is practically perfect in every way.
To celebrate its 15th anniversary, Badly Drawn Boy is playing his 2000 debut, The Hour of Bewilderbeast, in its entirety. Kicking off his tour in Nottingham, the only person more overwhelmed than our reviewer was Badly Drawn Boy himself.