Take a look back at how the arts world has treated President Trump over the years and what new material he has given them to work with.
For Black History Month, our team of writers share some of their favourite and most notable Black artists.
Enola Holmes is pretty fun. It won’t top anyone’s favourite film list or their 2020 best-of. It doesn’t need to. Because it’s harmless, laid-back fun. Above all else, it is Netflix’s attempt at a blockbuster, […]
Father of All is just… boring. A product of an aged band and a style that has aged with them, Green Day bring us their latest album, teeming with insipid, tired rock clichés and unimaginative […]
It’s LGBTQ+ History Month, and in celebration our writers have put together some of their favourite LGBTQ+ artists… MUNA Three-piece dark pop powerhouse MUNA were thrown into the spotlight back in 2017, the year they […]
It’s always interesting to see how a band with relatively little material will tour. FONTAINES D.C,, with only one album under their belt – Mercury prize-nominated 2019 banger Dogrel, which isn’t a massively long album […]
So goes Radiohead’s ‘Idioteque’, from 2000 album Kid A. An album that Rolling Stone ranked as the best of the noughties, an album which, upon release, charted at number 1 in the UK, the US, […]
March’s Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, Part 1 offered us impending doom combined with immense energy. Foals’ most critically acclaimed album to date, it established a mammoth reputation for the second part to live […]
The gap between the end of exams and the start of the new academic year was long. Nevertheless, it was punctuated with some stellar albums; here is our pick of the best.
Having produced the soundtrack for 2012 video game, Max Payne 3, and featuring prominently on the Atomic Blonde soundtrack with their cover of New Order’s ‘Blue Monday’ – a phenomenal cover of a classic, in […]
Hot off the DIY scene, Queen Zee release a 10-track debut Queen Zee, a varied, excellent and thrilling album that, despite the band outright rejecting the label of ‘punk’ in interviews, oozes punk from its […]
“Clash covers Scissor Sisters”, is how Zena, the ‘Zee’ of Liverpool rabble-rousers Queen Zee, describes the band she fronts in as few words. The description perfectly summates the weird-and-wonderful aesthetic that Queen Zee possess. It […]