Kate Wassell reviews Wolf Alice’s long-awaited return, Blue Weekend, terming it their strongest project yet.
Ahead of the release of their highly anticipated new album Blue Weekend, Lucy Barber spoke to Wolf Alice’s Joff Oddie and Theo Ellis about performing live, guitar experimentation, and the pressures of a Mercury Prize win.
Writer and editor Owen Frost reviews Easy Life’s debut album, Life’s a Beach.
Ben Forrest reviews Bright Green Field, the long-awaited debut album from Brighton-based quintet Squid.
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.
Owen Frost reviews the latest collaboration between Czarface and the late MF DOOM.
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