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LTW Gig Guide
Each month LTW selects those gigs that stand out from listings - the crucial gigs, the interesting gigs; the gigs you should be at...
From singer/songwriters making their very first waves, to tribute acts allowing those with a penchant for nostalgia to revisit the heady days of the '80s and '90s, there really is something for everyone
Seminal Welsh band, Datblygu, to perform first live gig in 20 years at CAM '15
Birmingham reggae favourites Steel Pulse will perform their landmark debut album, Handsworth Revolution, seen as a huge influence in the development of British reggae, in its entirety at a series of UK shows next April.
In support of their tenth LP, X, post-rock pioneers Trans AM are returning to the UK in November for a handful of dates. Check out our preview.
TV Smith was one of the finest lyricists of the punk era and a mean prose writer as well. He's up to volume five of his diaries now and Alan Grundy reviews
Manhattan Love Suicides/ The Spook School: Brudenell Social Club, Leeds - 13 September, 2014 Returning to their hometown of Leeds for the first time in...
The Last Big Weekend Richmond Park, Glasgow August 31 Mogwai-approved Glasgow boutique festival, The Last Big Weekend, makes its debut in The Dear Green Place. Joe Whyte...
Irish rocker Skyfever return with the emotionally charged new single The Wait.
Cardiff funk rockers Blackelvis return with L4YL, their second single of the year. Effortlessly fusing...
Merseyside rockers We're All Aliens return with Rosa Lee, the eponymous second single from this year's debut album, Get A Life.