Liam Catterhole talks us through his thoughts on Slowthai’s latest, Tyron, an album of two very revealing halves.
After introducing the concept of a ‘Song Machine’ to us all earlier last week, it has become clear that Gorillaz are ditching the album for a new, episodic approach when it comes to releasing new […]
Mura Masa’s new album, R.Y.C, can be summed up as an ode to adolescence. Standing for ‘Raw Youth Collage’, the title encompasses its sound completely: a scrapbook of different genres and feelings that explore the […]
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.
Dear Rejjie, Your set may have been delayed by a few minutes due to technical difficulties, and you may have proceeded to call us Manchester about four times before your DJ reminded you what city […]