Live Reviews

Rosalía live in Lisbon: genre-splicing ‘Motomami’ brings elaborate spectacle to the live arena

The Spanish superstar's dynamic third album shines in her dazzling arena spectacular

Benefits live in London: a brutal but heartfelt wake up call

With Mogwai’s former live drummer in tow, the Teesside noise-punk outfit deliver a full-bodied assault on flag-shaggers and little Britain

Wet Leg live in London: indie’s newest heroes rise to the occasion

The Isle of Wight duo playfully claim their crown on their return to the capital

Central Cee live in London: no gimmicks, just thrills

The rapper’s one-man homecoming features big hits, expressions of vulnerability and hints of an even brighter future ahead

Fontaines D.C. live in Nottingham: rock ringleaders deliver one of 2022’s rowdiest shows

The Irish five-piece are at the top of their game in the live arena, adding further gloss to their recent triumphant run of form

Jamie T live in London: a hero’s return for the comeback king

Wrapping up his first UK tour in six years, the indie hero shows off the timelessness of his songwriting

The Smile live in New York City: an expansive and dazzling spectacle

Kings Theatre, November 18: The Radiohead and Sons Of Kemet supergroup stage a 100-minute-long musical extravaganza

Bono live in London: U2 frontman brings his memoir to life with songs and fascinating stories

The singer, promoting his new book 'Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story', shares his life story - with a little help from U2's back catalogue

Phoenix live in London: another staggering assault on the senses

Utilising the tricks of their “digital opera” set, the French band’s commitment to preserving and enhancing their buoyant indie-pop anthems is endearing

Marcus Mumford live in London: old favourites and unflinching moments of intense honesty

As well as airing Mumford & Sons classics, a Taylor Swift cover and a snippet of the 'Ted Lasso' theme, Mumford bares his soul while performing his “deeply personal” solo album
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