The traditional harsh, sharp-edges electro has been toned down a notch.
It’s all over too soon but it is fantastic while it lasts. Mystery Jets are a cracking live band.
Aggression, recklessness and misogyny are key to Dappy's fandom, says Josef Dobraszczyk.
Do promoters overestimate the popularity of the boys from Tyne and Wear? Evidently not, because the Studio quickly becomes Little Comet’s second sell-out Norwich gig of the year.
It seems as though Natasha Khan’s third incarnation as Bat For Lashes is all about struggle and, more importantly, the personal journey out of it.
The Cribs tear through a 19-song set at The Waterfront. The Jarman brothers thrive in the smaller venue and haircuts aside, their live reputation is done no harm.