Writer and editor Owen Frost reviews Easy Life’s debut album, Life’s a Beach.
Owen Frost pays tribute to the late MF DOOM. Just remember ALL CAPS when you spell the man name. Rest in Peace the Supervillain.
Hidden deep in the Netherlands, you might be lucky enough to find Best Kept Secret festival tucked away in the idyllic village of Hilvarenbeek. The festival takes place between 8th-10th of June, and despite its […]
The boss of Parklife Festival in Manchester is calling for the festival weekend to be a bank holiday. He argues that it would be better for the economy to spread out the May bank holidays, […]
As of this week, the Union Music Library has moved to a new, more accessible space, accommodating more people and even more records. Dating back to the 1960s, the Union Music Library has long been […]
Boomtown; a festival like no other. The immersive weekender truly is a spectacle, and with last year selling out in record time, you’d be kicking yourself if you missed out on tickets. Unapologetically bonkers, Boomtown is […]
Straight off the festival scene and embarking on a unmissable European tour, indie favourites Sundara Karma are setting off on yet another UK tour with shows continuing to sell out. The brightly clad Reading boys […]
The 8th and 9th of September are certainly dates to put in the diary. The heart of UK arts, London’s Southbank Centre , will be accommodating an array of artists from Erased Tapes Records, as […]
The first line that Kesha sings on ‘Rainbow’ is “I got too many people I got left to prove wrong.” And yet, the album suggests that she knows she owes nothing to anyone – in […]
If Lust for Life’s album cover is anything to go by, it appears Lana Del Rey has finally chirped up after three albums of pensive ballads, downcast beats and sad, sad girls – or so […]
Milk Teeth’s debut album ‘Vile Child’ was an undeniable highlight of 2016’s musical outputs. It was uncompromising and energetic, intelligent and almost alarmingly honest. What their new EP ‘Be Nice’ suggests is that, back then, […]
The Sherlocks are not the most distinctive of bands – if I heard one of their songs in public, I’d probably recognise it, but I wouldn’t be able to tell you it’s them – but […]