Neive McCarthy provides a look at Inhaler’s upcoming show at Manchester’s Deaf Institute next month, following their new album It Won’t Always Be Like This.
Neive McCarthy reviews It Won’t Always Be Like This, the long-awaited debut album from Irish indie-rock band Inhaler.
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.
Ben Forrest reviews the new album from Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, Shyga! The Sunlight Mound.
Ishmael Silvestro talks to Bombay Bicycle Club’s Jack Steadman about the lasting influence of their debut album, staying creative in quarantine and living in a world without live music.
Fern McErlane caught up with Pale Waves’ frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie ahead of the release of their second album, Who Am I?
Jack Anderson tells us why you should be listening to unsigned indie band The Royston Club
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.
Emily Swingle reviews indie singer-songwriter Declan McKenna’s new album, ‘Zeros.’
The Strokes may be immensely popular, but it’s safe to say that we’ve felt a bit of radio silence from them. While the New York based band have been headlining various festivals in America recently, […]
Mac Demarco is set to play The Piece Hall, Halifax this Thursday in support of his latest, fourth album ‘Here Comes the Cowboy’. Presented by Brudenell, Mac will be supported by Yellow Days, Amyl & […]