Squeeze songwriter admits their renaissance has been “mystifying but lovely!”
Ex-Genesis man to perform band’s seminal 1973 album live at Usher Hall
A night of varying styles, and eclecticism en masse
New Zealand band play an absolute blinder
Four-piece display impressive musicianship in tribute to the late musical pioneer
Fringe regulars’ classical-jazz fusion makes for a groovy evening
Brooklyn band’s second of the year is earthy and raw
Generic indie rock from electronic inspired French four-piece.
Thrash revivalists play it fast and play it loud on fabulously entertaining albeit unoriginal sixth album
An intense, frustrated, often melancholic diatribe about love
Four-piece’s eponymous fourth could use some variation
A contemporary take on familiar tracks by prog bassist
Safe yet entertaining debut album from Norwegian rock group
Experimental dream pop project’s sophomore album falls short
Early 00s alt rock revival from Seattle based trio.
Decent tunes but nothing stands out on this third effort from American outfit
Bostonian slow-rockers’ sophomore effort falls slightly short of initial promise
A personal pop punk exploration into the cyclical nature of mental health.
A perfect performance of an award-winning show
A wonderfully orchestrated and comic performance
An oft-exhilarating opera with some dramatic deficiencies
Despite some impressive performances, concert sorely misses opera’s theatricality