Rishi Shah reviews the Leeds-based festival Slam Dunk.
An intimate review of Arlo Parks’ recent gig at Belgrave.
Neive McCarthy reviews It Won’t Always Be Like This, the long-awaited debut album from Irish indie-rock band Inhaler.
Eleanor Palmer reviews the new singles from Burial, Four Tet and Thom Yorke, ‘Her Revolution’ and ‘His Rope.’
Relatively subdued in comparison to the French producers’ earlier albums, many fans have been left disappointed by the lack of hard techno elements and true “bangers” within Hyperion. However, the album has still been crowned […]
TOBACCO, otherwise known as Thomas Fec from electro-psych troupe Black Moth Super Rainbow, has not been visible on the international music scene in recent years. Citing a creative block as the reason for his dry […]
A Real Good Kid is the artistic representation of a series of events which turnt Mike Posner’s life on its head. In two years, Posner suffered a sour breakup and the passing away of his two […]
Six years after their last album, 2012’s Rize of the Fenix, comedy rock duo Tenacious D are back with their fourth album Post-Apocalypto, an album that acts as a soundtrack to the band’s new animated […]
A compelling and energetic live act, Australian indie-funk band Parcels have made their name on danceable disco hits that prioritise fun. On their self-titled debut, however, the band offer up an inconsistent collection of tracks […]
A beautifully crafted project rising from the ashes of past controversy comes iridescence, a confirmation that Brockhampton are still dominating new sound within the hip-hop genre as they continue to push the boundaries of sound, […]
Is NME’s famous four-band ‘mini-festival’ a platform for rising talent or an unfathomable four-hour excuse for fresh-faced fans to thrash about to jolly guitar riffs that no one’s never heard before? 2013’s offering was undoubtedly […]