The best rhythm section to come out of punk is back, and as good as ever.
You can’t really argue with someone that only refers to himself in the third person, something I’m hoping to do myself one day.
Gravy (re)launches in style
The band themselves made the entire night completely compelling, and I found myself completely engrossed.
Professor Green is officially back!
On a cold Sunday night, I could think of a lot worse places to be.
Welcome back boys, it truly was a pleasure.
One of the most impressive, engaging acts that I’ve seen in a while.
Spotlights carve across the stage like a lighthouse on a misty night.
A properly warming show of folk loveliness
Wow! What a night.
If you’re reading this Michael/Mike/M-dawg, Norwich is a city by the way.
Wow! What a great atmosphere this evening in the LCR
The set was the perfect mixture of wild, whirlwind jigs and soulful, melodic tracks.
One woman supergroup
Where is everybody? Bad Apples deserve a much bigger audience than this.
No wave industrial noise that is sexy? Hells, yeah.
Two fantastic and exhilarating bands
There's a guy in wellies and a vest... twerking, I think?
Pitch perfect pop with a hearty splash of colour.
There was an energy and effervescence on stage that I've not witnessed at previous shows.
Kill It Kid are a heavy, exhilarating bunch, and are, simply, properly good.
Jamie treated the LCR to best gig it’s seen in a while
THEY CALL IT HIP HOP HIP HOP HIP HOP
Where's your car, Debbie?
It's an intense show
A good gig but not the classic I expected.
The young and the beautiful of Norwich got down to business.
I regretted the fact we forgot our glowsticks
Another great night courtesy of Wombat Wombat.
Dedicated fans queued at UEA from as early as 11am
Taiko drummers show that bug drums can be as subtle as they can be thunderous
They were off with the audience in their pocket.
As tonics for the soul go, it rarely gets better than this.
Keep an eye on this lad.
Yet another brilliant night at the Norwich Arts Centre.
Gosh darn, she's bringing it.