Ben Forrest reviews Ultra Mono, the most recent album from underground post-punk greats IDLES.
Whilst half of Leeds were prepped and ready for the infamous IDLES, our print editor Jess McCarrick was eager to hear what their support Metz were serving up. Metz graced the O2 Academy’s stage as […]
“You don’t love me. You love the idea of me, which was created by you, so thank you…”, profanes Joe Talbot midway through IDLES sell-out show at O2 Academy. From first creating music deemed “f***ing […]
As we reach the end of the 2010s, it seems apt to reflect on what has been the most defining decade of most of our lives here at The Gryphon thus far – especially in […]
With the shortlist for this year’s Mercury Music Prize being more politicised than ever, Toni Stephenson takes a look at how politics and music have become increasingly intertwined over recent years.
Y Not Festival, nestled in the beautiful Peak District, has acquired a bit of a reputation in recent years for its somewhat unreliable weather. In both incredible artists and torrential downpours, it did not disappoint. […]