If you don’t love Efterklang…you’re not in our gang. The elfin Danish mavericks bring their lush, high-minded electronica to town this month: showcasing a career that skates wilfully through orchestral pop to glitchy jazz and….
Lambchop’s Nixon never grows old. Rich, inventive, warm and heady it’s the sound of a band hitting their stride and really not getting into a lather about it. Their new Nashville blend of soul, sweet….
American indie dreamers, Wild Nothing, come to salve our troubled souls this March, with their blend of straight up pop, and wistful observations on love, loss and loneliness. Reverb, rattling percussion, hazy guitars and hook-laden….
When times are tough, it’s the little luxuries that get us through. A flat white in BSC, a wee dram or two on Burns’ Night, a sheepskin-lined onesie. Whatever works. Thankfully, we’ve got the soundtrack….
German electronic pioneer Ulrich Schnauss brings his indie electronica to Liverpool this spring, with a rare city show. He’ll be promoting his new set, A Long Way To Fall, but no doubt diving into his….
Math rock with tunes. Why didn’t anyone else think of this? Peace astutely marry twitchy, jagged guitars with Kraut noodlings and occasional incursions into indie techno. Yes, it’s all very now, and very Foals, but….
Kraut rock, psych rock, space rock, old kids on the block rock… call it what you will, Poltergeist is the new project from Echo and The Bunnymen guitarist Will Sergeant, joining forces once again with….
everisland are bringing us a yet another imaginative and inspired affair this month, with a line-up boasting terrific live acts, numerous local special guests and plenty of surprises in store. With their first show for….