FESTIVAL | 20th September - 9th October
GIG | Friday 8th October
FESTIVAL | 27th - 28th August
FESTIVAL | 29th August
GIG | 28th August
Until 30th August
3rd June-15th July
Until Autumn 2021
25th May-11th July
PMS’s Roger Hill provides the lowdown on the show’s new format after almost a year off the airwaves.
17th May-29th August
27th May-11th July
Until 27th June
An arsenal of iconic images and a career taking him to historic conflicts all over the world.
Approaching normality with a socially distanced show in a brand new venue
The Malian musician discusses her family-like connection to music and harnessing it for progressive change.
The South London four-piece open up their homely space, where the walls are coloured by a collage of introspective absurdity.
Hushed, attentive tones crafted in the dead of night – James Leesley’s new solo endeavour cuts an honest solitude.
These Bristolian masters of sonic immersion know better than most how to keep it sounding fresh.
These Melbourne "soft-punks" have been riding a wave of acclaim for their bright and thoughtful guitar rock.
Stand still long enough and you’ll be bowled over by the boundless energy of this Madrid quartet. Better keep running.
Ahead of the former Arab Strap man’s show with current collaborator RM Hubbert, we asked Gintis' Carl Roberts to chat with him about his latest work.
How YouTube algorithms, file-sharing and a restless appetite for creativity became this octet's hallmarks
Jo Mary announce Meatraffle as headliners of their October Seabass all-dayer
Conor O’Brien’s inventive folk-pop outfit deal with faith and in a typically disarming and confessional manner
Shouty, punky and funky, Warmduscher are a collection of misfits who are not only keeping the spirit of The Fall alive, they’re also the best band you’ve not yet heard. For now...
The rhythms of the Sahara have found the perfect outlet in these Tuareg maestros' fusion of rock ’n’ roll and traditional tinde percussion.
The New York power trio speak to Daisy Scott about activism and empowerment ahead of their March Liverpool show.
Over the course of seven albums, brothers David and Peter Brewis have quietly gone about their business as one of the most critically admired bands in the UK. Open Here, their latest effort, is their most expansive to date.
The brooding, world-weary artist talks to us about his musical progression ahead of his show at Invisible Wind Factory
Strange Collective announce full line-up for 9th September all-dayer
Returning to Hoylake this Saturday, we select some recommendations for this year's Skeleton Coast Festival