Kareina Khubchand Daswani discusses Nick Cave’s new live album ‘Idiot Prayer’ – recorded completely alone at Alexandra Palace on a lonesome grand piano.
Benjamin Forrest reflects upon the life and times of the icon Sam Cooke, hailed by many as the “King of Soul”.
For the last Bandcamp Day of 2020, Safi Bugel provides her top picks.
Jack Anderson tells us why you should be listening to unsigned indie band The Royston Club
Dougie Whitelock talks us through Overmono’s latest EP, a casual step in the right direction from the techno duo.
Can Hessle Audio put a foot wrong? Alexandra Stewart talks us through the label’s latest release, Laksa’s thrilling new Fire Kit EP.
Carmen Walker-Vasquez talks us through ‘Pheonix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin’, Eartheater’s dazzling new album, described as a return to the “primordial lava lake”.
Tiña, the self-professed ‘pink messiahs’ from south London, have released their debut album – possessing a chirpy optimism at odds to the visceral and emotional pain underneath. Freya Martin tells us her thoughts.
Pop shapeshifter Dorian Electra’s new album ‘My Agenda’ is a powerful force to be reckoned with. Zoe Frechin-Pollard talks us through it.
Freya Martin shares her thoughts on folk-rock artisan Marika Hackman’s new album, Covers.
Emily Borthwick talks us through Dizzee Rascal, a return to his grime roots
Roxanna Zoughi talks us through Neil Young’s new live album ‘Return to Greendale’ originally recorded in 2003