La Roux, Juce, Bloc Party’s Kele more have been playing shows at Jack Rocks The Macbeth this month. Here’s a selection of the best live photos.
La Roux performed tracks from her recent second album, ‘Trouble In Paradise’, along with a handful of songs from her 2009 self-titled debut album.
Friends of La Roux, Hempolics also popped by to play their reggae-infused debut album.
Radar favourite Only Real played a set that showed why he’s one of the most exciting up-and-coming acts.
Hotly tipped Twin Peaks looked thrilled to be supporting Only Real.
Juce hopped onstage to play brilliant tracks from ‘Call You Out’ to ‘(H)ours’.
Kele from Bloc Party performs songs from new album ‘Trick’ on his 33rd birthday.
Kele deviated from his setlist to play a selection of well-known tracks including ‘Everything You Wanted’, ‘Candy Flip’ and Bloc Party tracks ‘Obscene’ and ‘One More Chance’. He closed with fan favourites ‘Tenderoni’ and ‘Rise’.
Young Guns were the first through the doors for an intimate daytime session. They performed stripped back versions of ‘I Want Out’ and ‘Bones’
NME Radar favourites Viet Cong tore through some new songs ahead of their debut London show that evening
Vance Joy performed his huge single ‘Riptide’ to a tiny crowd of his fans
After recently signing to Faris Badwin’s new label, Puffer showed how it’s done with a spooky Halloween show
Iris Gold was accompanied by The Libertines’ Gary Powell. The first and not the last Libertine to step through the doors of Jack Rocks The Macbeth!
Ghetts blew us away with his impressive live setup – check out a live performance over at NME.com/jackrocks now
Allah-Las stopped by for a quick snuggle (and performed a some tracks for a few lucky fans)
Due for big things in 2015, All We Are mesmerised the crowd at Jack Rocks, performing a cover of Caribou’s ‘Can’t Do Without You’
Citizens! made their live return having kept a low profile in 2014
Carl Barat & The Jackals made a few lucky fans’ Christmas by playing a few songs from their upcoming album