Sue Hubbard’s God’s Little Artist is a suitably unconventional biography of Gwen John: an unconventional painter, and for her time an unconventional woman
BDRMM aren’t your average static shoegaze mumblers, and this evening they meet the challenge of entertaining a rowdy Saturday crowd.
Daniel Weintraub’s new documentary, largely narrated by the late American composer herself through archive footage
Four and a half decades after forming, Bauhaus Staircase makes it clear OMD still don’t know whether they want to be Joy Division or Abba.
All the right touchstones on The Twits are there, but Bar Italia's take on Sonic Youth, My Bloody Valentine et al are draining.
Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore's first memoir doesn't contain juicy revelations but his passion for music bleeds through every page.
Dive into the haunting world of Reverend Kristin Michael Hayter's Saved!, a mesmeriding blend of spirituality and the avant-garde.
Attendees of Wales Millennium Centre’s Llais were in for a real treat on the festival's second day: a rare live performance from Natasha Khan, aka Bat For Lashes.
Housemates, a collaboration between the Sherman and inclusive theatre company Hijinx, tells the tale of how one Cardiff student house became the epicentre of a social care revolution.
A. Savage's second solo album, Several Songs About Fire is a surprising mix of genres and introspective lyrics.
Primarily aimed at children though it may be, Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain has a deliciously subversive satirical streak disguised behind the silliness.
A mesmerising fusion of avant-pop and dark synth was brought by Islet and Ivor Woods at Cardiff's Clwb Ifor Bach.