Take on America, On the Road
Ever wanted to pack up and hit the highway, beat style? TNS looks at some of the locations to take your own American road trip along the lines of that made by Jack Kerouac's restless hero Sal Paradise.
Review: ATP Nightmare Before Christmas
Butlins in Somerset once again lent itself out to a fine and eclectic array of bands to usher the indie scene into the holidays.
Festival preview: ATP presents Nightmare Before Christmas
Though you may have thought the curtains were drawn on 2011â€™s festival season months ago, there is still the Nightmare Before Christmas to contend with next month.
Review: Hadestown at Union Chapel 25/01/11
When AnaÃ¯s Mitchell conjured up her folk opera Hadestown, she clearly made it an alluring prospect.
Review: The King's Speech
Review of Colin Firth's award-winning new film The King's Speech
Review: Bowlie 2 Festival
In British history, south west England may never have seen a Scotch invasion quite the scale of that witnessed during the Bowlie 2 weekender this December.
Review: Johnny Flynn @ Trinity Centre, Bristol 09/12/10
Review of Johnny Flynn and the Sussex Wit's show in Bristol 09/12/10
Review: The Twilight Sad and Errors @ The Fleece, Bristol 10/10/10
Review of the Twilight Sad at the Fleece, Bristol
Review: Darren Hayman & The Secondary Modern - Essex Arms
A review of Darren Hayman and the Secondary Modern's new album
Review: Joanna Newsom @ Colston Hall, Bristol 16/09/10
Review of Joanna Newsom at Colston Hall in Bristol
Review: Gods, Gangsters & Honour by Steven Machat
Dylan Williams reviews Gods, Gangsters & Honour, four decades in the entertainment industry summed up by a suit.
Review: Imperial Bedrooms by Bret Easton Ellis
It's a hard task to look back at long gone accomplishments and not want to pick them apart. It must be even tougher for an achievement spawned in adolescence, when most are too haughty to realise their proneness to errors, something Dylan Williams discovers in his review of Bret Easton Ellis' latest book, Imperial Bedrooms
Ninja Tune Turns 20: New Ninjas
You've read about Ninja Tune's steeped history and the Old Guard, but as the eclectic label turns 20, they are still constantly seeking out new recruits. Here's a run down on four promising New Ninjas joining the ranks.
Review: The Hold Steady - Heaven Is Whenever
Dylan Williams reviews the latest effort from The Hold Steady...
As they emerge into post-war fallout, Dylan Williams talks to the Infesticons about their new release...
Review: jj - no 3
The faceless Swedish duo jj release their second album, Dylan Williams gives his review...