Ollie Judge and Louis Borlase talk to Liam Cattermole about Nicholas Cage, being blinded by lasers and their wonderfully anarchic debut album Bright Green Field.
Bridget Eke explores arguments surrounding gender-balancing festivals following the announcement of Wireless Festival’s 2021 lineup, which includes only five women.
The origin and evolution of electronic music is a rich and varied topic, but one band that often gets left out of the story is Telex. Ben Forrest charts their impact following the release of Mute Records’ compilation album, This Is Telex.
Hemma Daddral discusses the chaotic Slime Language 2, a new compilation from Young Thug and Gunna’s YSL Records.
Eve Clark talks us through why Taylor Swift decided to re-record her album Fearless and why it matters to the music industry.
Bridget Eke reviews the latest singles from Dave, ‘Titanium’ and ‘Mercury’, which see him maintaining his reputation for bars that consistently reside over our heads.
Kelsey Raynor dives into Lil Nas X’s newest single ‘Montero (Call Me by Your Name)’, one of the most proudly queer statements ever made in hip hop
Eleanor Palmer caught up with Drug Store Romeos to gush over Alex G, discuss Murakami novels, and fantasise about Vietnamese jungle festivals.
Hemma Daddral reviews Lana Del Rey’s seventh studio album, Chemtrails Over The Country Club, which delivers nostalgia to fans in a journey of reminiscence.
Esme McGowan chats to the Leeds-born and bred Rap Game winner about life since the show, working with his heroes and making his family proud.
Benjamin Forrest reviews I Am a Cliché, the new film celebrating the life of punk pioneer Poly Styrene, frontwoman of the iconic and influential X-Ray Spex.
For Women’s History Month, Eleanor Palmer tracks the contributions of women to the shoegaze and dream pop genres over the years.