A sweltering Saturday night engulfed in the sounds and sights of Bicep.
This was, without a doubt, the gig I’ve been waiting for, the gig I’ve needed since the dark days of April 2020: a legendary rock star singing legendary rock songs. And it was so, so good to be back.
A raucous and celebratory return to the full joy of live music with the incredible Gorillaz.
Who better to celebrate the glorious return of live music with than the fabulous Gruff Rhys?
My first Lounge Kittens gig, and also, my last. Timing has never been my strong point.
A gig that provided conclusive proof that God is indeed a dancer. In fact, she’s a singer too, and her name is Mabel.
A fierce and fantastic set from Ride at the start of a historic week for the country.
I last saw Suede at the Hammersmith Apollo just over a year ago, an utterly fantastic gig which left me itching to see them again as soon as possible.
In my personal music mythology, Ride are hugely important. When “Leave Them All Behind” crashed into my dimly lit bedroom in Perth in early 1992, it changed the whole musical landscape for 17 year old me.