Frenetic four-piece, Miss June, shake the house in crazed conclusion to a gig packed with post-punk prowess.
Those good old boys at Roadkill Records put on a stonker to raise funds for Solace Women's Aid. And Rupert Hitchcox photographed it.
If ever there were a band that defined homespun lo-fi DIY cool, it's Philadelphia's Free Cake For Every Creature.
Nothing quite beats the excitement of guitars and drums, loud and fast, in small and hot venues.
Chris Patmore's incredible photos implore you to get up, get out and buy records.
As Fluffer Pit Parties grow in numbers and reputation, their DIY danger might be dwindling, but the quality of acts certainly isn't.
So, Arcade Fire have done a U2… but to say they pull it off is the biggest understatement of 2018.
Spring King kick off their UK headline tour with a stellar sold-out performance in Reading.
Punk rock etiquette doesn’t get much better than Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and Sailor Jerry Rum.
Incredible annual concert in aid of Solace Women’s Aid, a London-based charity that supports women and children affected by domestic and sexual violence.
The War on Drugs mesmerised Mike Sutton with their bombastic wall of sound.
Le Son supported the nerve-tensing Gothenburg-based, Pale Honey in London's east end. Chris Patmore took pictures.
A dream line-up in London, through the eyes and ears of Chris Patmore.
Raw Meat's resident troubadour, Christopher Samuel is charmed and inspired in a Dalston basement.
Superbly talented and all round lovely ladies Honeyblood treat the Wednesday-night crowd in Reading to an impeccable set, with two fantastic supports in tow.
With their latest album You Are We released only a few days before, While She Sleeps returned to London to put on an unforgettably sweaty and gnarly show.
"It’s early, it’s a Tuesday night, and The Hare & Hounds is packed." We jealously sent Tim Mobbs to see our newest favourite band.
It’s a drizzly, grey Friday night in Reading town centre. To combat this we put our umbrellas away and got down to Hey Colossus’ sold-out show for two hours of noisy excellence.
A warehouse in a secret location; in true DIY spirit, Arrows Of Love’s Nima Teranchi joked, “It doesn’t feel like a gig, it feels like we’re throwing a massive party”.
SULK launched their brand new album, Illusions to an audience that were hooked on every riff.
Plague Vendor, Love Buzzard and Chest Pains all in the games room at Brudenell Social Club on a Sunday night for free? Yes please.
Dirty Otter are back ahead of their National Dirty Otter Day next week for a night of nothing but math-rock.
Stopping off in Leeds on the second day of their UK tour, Nothing But Thieves prove exactly why they deserve their top ten spot in the album chart.
A man attended this gig with a home-printed shirt that said, “This Dad Loves MisterWives”.
Turbowolf are a live force to be reckoned with: they’ve got thrashing heavy rock records that are backed up by an unconventional frontman.
Courtney Barnett and her band’s humble and unstoppable talent was irrepressible from the outset.
Brawlers stopped off in Norwich at the beginning of their lengthy UK tour. With support coming from emo punks Milk Teeth; Brawlers and co. started the bank holiday with a bang.
We sent Cat Tillekeratne to find out about the lo-fi industrial punk of The Garden and the critics' favourite, Warpaint (both from the US) as they performed a mini-tour of Europe.
2-4-1 cocktails at a devilish £6.66 offer some explanation as to the merry mood at The Fighting Cocks...
I watched in awe as two previous Fresh Flesh bands, King No-one and Hyena supported the ever-climbing and unstoppable Beasts.
Since the release of Signals last year, Mallory Knox’s success has sky-rocketed.
What d’you get when you put Horsefight, Tigercub and Dinosaur Pile Up all on the same bill? Utter carnage. Hats off to Club The Mammoth - due to be at The Garage, Islington, Fridays.
Manchester Orchestra are neither Mancunian nor do they boast a brass section.
The Scotch of St James has an impressive history; its speakeasy décor has seen visits and performances from the Stones, the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix.
Ian Hopwood claims you can't drown rock n roll.
According to Raw Meat’s Emily Pilbeam, the world has not been the same since Pulled Apart By Horses decided to take a year out to work on their hotly anticipated third album, due for release later this year.