Tagged: The Louisiana

Wye Oak Review – The Louisiana

➤  23 August, 2018, 20:20 | by:

This was a gig worth waiting for – a decade of gutsy creativity and outgrowing genre labels has allowed Wye Oak to build a body of work as substantial as the gargantuan hardwood they’re named after. Some...

Wye Oak Preview – The Louisiana

➤  5 August, 2018, 13:36 | by:

This is possibly the best time in history to see the definition-eluding duo. Between shows at the Hollywood Bowl and Green Man Festival, Wye Oak are bringing to Bristol their complex, layered synthephilia with an undeniable pop...

Arctic Lake Photoset – The Louisiana

➤  21 June, 2018, 12:30 | by:

Photos: Jessica Bartolini We want to say a belated and huge thank you to everyone for coming down to The Louisiana on Monday night to catch Arctic Lake, MAUWE and Joseph Wellfair. Beautiful gig and beautiful performances...

Fossette Photoset – The Louisiana

➤  16 June, 2018, 12:32 | by:

Photos: Lee Ramsey Bristol indie quartet Fossette produced a wonderful performance at The Louisiana in support of their latest single release ‘We’ll Make War’. We caught all action from the energetic show – catch up with our...

Arctic Lake on UK tour, songwriting and new music

➤  10 June, 2018, 13:00 | by:

Photo: Diana Terlemezyan London trio Emma Foster, Andy Richmond and Paul Holliman are capturing people’s hearts under the name of Arctic Lake, forming their immersive ambient pop that’s both emotional and enthralling. Since releasing their debut EP...

Sam Brockington Photoset – The Louisiana

➤  7 June, 2018, 21:28 | by:

Photos: Jessica Bartolini Sam Brockington’s first headline show this year at The Louisiana was something special. In case you missed it, here’s some lovely photos of what went down which saw performances of singles ‘Follow’ and ‘Breathe’.

Snail Mail Preview – The Louisiana

➤  20 May, 2018, 12:00 | by:

Baltimore-based singer-songwriter Lindsey Jordan, otherwise known as Snail Mail, has been the talk of the music scene over the past few months. At just the age of 19, the artist has won over many hearts in her hometown...

Cosmic Ninja, Madcap and UK:ID Review – The Louisiana

➤  14 May, 2018, 20:00 | by:

Photo: Igor Tylek Photography If there’s a better way to spend a Thursday night than jumping around at a triple headliner covering a spectrum of electronic rock, drum and bass and hip hop, I’m yet to hear...

Lucy Dacus Photoset – The Louisiana

➤  27 April, 2018, 09:00 | by:

Photos: Jessica Bartolini Lucy Dacus released one the this year’s most exciting album, Historian – bringing this record on tour to perform a beautiful live set at the intimate venue of The Louisiana. In case you missed it earlier...

Neon Waltz Photoset – The Louisiana

➤  5 March, 2018, 21:25 | by:

Photos: Jessica Bartolini In case you missed it, check out our live photos of Neon Waltz headline show at The Louisiana last month.

Jade Bird Photoset – The Louisiana

➤  5 March, 2018, 20:00 | by:

Photos: Jessica Bartolini In case you missed it, check out our ace live photos of Jade Bird at The Louisiana.

Sœur Review + Photoset – The Louisiana

➤  2 March, 2018, 12:50 | by:

Photos: Lee Ramsey On this incredibly chilly Sunday evening, you’d be forgiven for thinking everyone is hunkering down at home in their favourite winter socks and thickest jumpers. Arriving at the iconic Louisiana early for tonight’s show...

Sœur Preview – The Louisiana

➤  23 February, 2018, 18:30 | by:

Fuzz factory Sœur are on one hell of a roll at the moment. The dual-fronted three-piece have been selling out shows left right and centre after a successful festival season in 2017 in addition to playing seven...

IVW: Fenne Lily Review + Photoset – The Louisiana

➤  7 February, 2018, 13:24 | by:

Photos: Mustafa Mirreh This week sees the phenomenal success of Independent Venue Week (IVW), a week long celebration throughout the UK to support the booming music scene in some of our most loved venues. Different venues across...

Wand Review – The Louisiana

➤  28 January, 2018, 15:30 | by:

According to their website, the capacity for the Louisiana is a relatively-modest 140 people – a figure that would appear impossible upon viewing the empty upstairs live room before a gig. But, low and behold, tonight’s sold-out...