It's nothing short of gorgeous.
They’re great bloody songs, so who cares?
Bestival’s huge, huge disco ball was a shining beacon of this year’s theme.
"I'm gonna spend all of my life on the road"
18 acts in three rooms...too many acts, too many rooms, too little time.
At their skanking, skatistic best.
An enthralling, entertaining noise.
A great band playing in a great new venue.
I’ll do my damndest to be back for longer next year.
Old punks hit the spot.
Punk most definitely ain't dead.
Hardcore will never die.
Loud and hot.
Another great night, thanks to Rosie and Pony Up
Check out our review of this year's Latitude by Ellie! Be sure not to miss our photos too..
Shameless rock 'n' roll the old fashioned way.
Four local acts ranging from promising to bordering on great.
Young bloods do themselves proud
Brilliant band, excellent show, we were lucky to have them.
Gary Numan is a regular visitor to our Fine City, but on this occasion he played the Waterfront rather than the UEA as he has done previously. The more intimate venue made for overpowering set, with Numan so close you could see the smudges of his eyeliner
Feel the noise!
Two memorable performances at NAC...
They had us eating out of their hands from R.I.P. Rik Mayall.
Hugh rocks the Theatre Royal
Saturday night at the Arts Centre and Pony Up presents five acts for three quid.
A Monday night and we’re here at OPEN for four promising groups.
Nuitini shares his pencil full of lead with Norwich fans
It’s a warm Saturday night at The Waterfront, and from the offset, everyone here seems to be buzzing. Headliners tonight, LA’s own, Awolnation seem like the perfect band to start off the Saturday antics.
Why such a small turn out for such a great show?
Choir by candlelight at the Cathedral
The music is amazing; at times whisper-soft and delicate, building to tribal double drums...
Often lazily tagged as a stoner rock band, it’s fair to say in 2014 they are simply a great rock ‘n’ roll band.
'I’m Sad About It' and 'Hangman’s Token' were sensational – ass kicking, hell raising, down ‘n’ dirty stuff.
The man behind Tracy Thorn’s delectable vocals, whilst not the greatest vocalist that you will ever hear, has once again written a very charming album.
De La Soul Live Seaside Spectacular!
“The Whiskey, The Liar, The Thief” serves itself perfectly as a point of view for this review, since the entire evening can be summarised by the three subjects in the song’s title.
The old dogs teach the young pups a lesson.
Tired but mostly happy.
Like many of the older reggae artists Horace’s voice sounded absolutely perfect – sweet, delicate and soulful.