Pusha T at Hammersmith Apollo review | Concise and relentless set from the veteran rapper
After nine months and two postponements, Pusha T’s It’s Almost Dry tour finally touched-down in London, with the rapper delivering a no-nonsense, if slightly short, set.
Blur at Hammersmith Apollo review | New album and deep cuts
Parklife not required: Damon Albarn’s band played The Ballad of Darren in full, plus some ridiculously rare songs.
Mimi Webb at Hammersmith Apollo review | Mimi Webb could well be TikTok’s first truly great popstar
Mimi Webb exudes confidence at Hammersmith’s Eventim Apollo, demonstrating why she’s pop’s next big thing.
Big Thief at Hammersmith Apollo review | An intuitive outfit slipping seamlessly between song
Big Thief are a band constantly in transition, moving between styles and sounds through each of the albums they’ve released in the past six years. Now, both on their latest record, released last year, and live, they slip with natural ease between multiple sound-worlds in 90 minutes.
First Aid Kit at Hammersmith Apollo review | Stunning sisterly harmony to see off a UK tour
★★★★☆ On the final night of their UK tour, First Aid Kit played Hammersmith Apollo, reeling off tracks from their latest record Palamino as well as old favourites. Greg Wetherall reviews.