Dry the River are loved at Norwich Arts Centre
Biggest UK band in the world at the moment hits UEA
JAWS and Happiness play at Epic
Roots reggae, dub and dancehall at Open
Halestorm at UEA: "It's just. So. Slick"
It's just really really loud and brilliant and extreme
Totally engaging, beautiful and thought-provoking.
..one of the most insane, intense, impressive guitar solos that it has ever been my pleasure to witness.
Rae Morris is a natural born performer.
Crown the Empire at the Waterfront
A triumph for Peace
Blackalicious' set is strange
I wasn't quite ready for the size of this sound
Five bands hit UEA with Kerrrang
Independent Venue Week at NAC!
EP launch from a band to watch.
There’s something in the air that feels confessional
I had my expectations hugely exceeded
This is the just the start for Moose Blood.
Sold out NAC for an evening of stomping folk, country, swing and Americana.
Please stop mentioning the new album at each interval!
Dr Clyde steal the night.
A long set mostly filled with songs that I have known since my youngest teenage years
OI! Oi! Oi! Oi without the baggage of the racism, bovver and Garry Bushell.
In a rant of near Kanye sized proportions, he launched into a string of complaints about seemingly irrelevant topics.
Harper turns 70, and looks like he'll keep going for ever.
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.