Jessica McCarrick caught up with the West Yorkshire band ahead of their debut album release.
Winning the Mercury Prize for his 2020 self-titled album, Kiwanuka is a contemporary force to be reckoned with. Freya Martin takes a look at the music in question, and the man behind it.
Jessica McCarrick reviews art-pop indie band Everything Everything’s new album ‘Re-Animator.’
Punisher is heavy and haunted, but Phoebe Bridgers’ music is more alive than ever. The Californian singer-songwriter has released her second full length album, and it’s otherworldly right down to its cosmic album art. Bridgers […]
Whatever your musical preference, you’re guaranteed to love this indie folk duo. And judging by their new album, Mind the Moon, that’s not about to change anytime soon. According to the band, the first single […]
In the years following her incredible My Woman, Angel Olsen’s life transformed into something unrecognisable. It was the start of many new phases, but also the end of friendships and romantic relationships. Frantically scrambling for […]
Hollie Griss talks to Marika Hackman about her inspirations and the ever- evolving music industry that simultaneously fails to accept change. Self discovery and acceptance are at the forefront of Hackman’s mind as she dives […]
After a decade in folk trio Mountain Man, Molly Sarlé has gone solo and is releasing her debut album later this month. Alex Gibbon caught up with her during her European tour for an introspective, thoughtful yet effortlessly charming chat about the joys of Yorkshire’s moors, going solo, and karaoke calamities.
Nobody writes about love quite like Daniel Caesar. With a signature capacity for sending even the most cynical plunging into the depths of their feelings, even when his latest album, CASE STUDY 01 feels determined […]
I’ve been used to thinking of KT Tunstall’s voice as something instantly recognisable, largely due to how familiar it’s become to hear the Scottish singer-songwriter on radio. With a slight sense of reference to those […]
It’s hard to believe that The Maccabees have been on the scene for over a decade now, and a fourth album from the indie rock band proves to be unmarked territory for them. Marks To […]
Aloe Bacc Lift Your Spirit 3/5 Most people will remember the soulful lamenting of Aloe Blacc from his 2010 smash hit ‘I Need A Dollar’; an infectious burst of R&B layered with poignant lyrics and […]