Live Music

Live Music

Our FEISTY scrapbook of live music. A catalogue of notes and imagery, telling the entire story of the latest gigs, concerts, all-dayers and festivals in the UK and beyond.

Emma Ruth Rundle

Live Notes: Emma Ruth Rundle and Jaye Jayle in Manchester

Emma Ruth dazzled and hypnotised on the opening night of her UK tour at Manchester's Soup Kitchen
Nelson Can drummer Maria Juntunen preparing merchandise at their Leeds date.

Photo Feature: A day with Nelson Can in Leeds

Our intimate visual chronicle of the Danish trio's headline tour stop in Leeds
Thom Yorke

The first TRNSMT Festival was a huge success in Glasgow

Who needs T in the Park? The FEISTY verdict as over 100,000 music fans headed to the major inner city event
The Maccabees on stage at the O2 Apollo Manchester on 27 June 2017 during their farewell tour. Photo: Katy Blackwood

Live Music: Farewell to The Maccabees in Manchester

Notes and photos from an emotional farewell tour stop at the O2 Apollo
We're No Heroes

Live Music: We’re No Heroes at London’s The Social

The Cardiff band travelled to the capital for a bright performance packed with new material
Pond performing at Music Hall of Williamsburg in New York City, NY on 9 May 2017. Photo: Em Grey

Live Music: Pond and Kirin J Callinan in New York City

Ahead of their UK dates, photos and notes from an intense show on Pond's recent US tour
Beth on stage at Crescent Fort Rouge United Church in Winnipeg, Canada on 27 May 2017. Photo: Jenn Kostesky

In Photos: Hard rockers Beth launch their debut at a church

Photos from Canada and one of the more spectacular ecclesial venues we've seen to date
The Kooks' headline set closed with confetti cannons. Photo: Katy Blackwood

Report: How was the 10th anniversary of Liverpool Sound City?

Notes and photos from the weekend, as some bands excelled but the festival site dampened the party atmopshere
The Britanys at Baby's All Right in New York City on 6 May 2017. Photo: Gina Garcia

In Photos: The Britanys’ hometown return at Baby’s All Right

The NYC rock-and-rollers, hot on the heels of their first UK shows, returned to more familiar climes at the weekend