At Mercy, the ting is going skrrt. At the Arts Centre Marmozets are thrashing out punk-rock jams. At the LCR a near empty room of people huddle around a stage too large for the crowd. It is a shame,...
Music editor Alex Flood picks his cream of the emerging crop.
The first of two instalments in The 1975’s Music for Cars double album has been lauded for weeks now, but that won’t stop us from adding our praise to the chorus. The band’s third full-length starts off in the...
The new album from rock/punk/electro/hardcore (take your pick) mavericks Enter Shikari has really caused sparks to fly. The album signals an unexpected, if not overly drastic, new direction for the band. After the release of the two singles from...
Yonaka – Ignorance A Brighton-based four piece with a dark-pop vibe, they’ve released one single ‘Run’, up until now – until ‘Ignorance’. It’s a brooding indie rocker bordering on pop, lead singer Theresa Jarvis’ vocals carry a grit within them,...
Brighton-based four-piece indie rockers Black Honey graced the Norwich Arts Centre, supported by the contemporaries PINS and Russo, as part of their expansive UK autumn tour. For a band that has not visited Norwich often, as lead singer Izzy B....