Epochal artists old and new, Jenga parties in the woods, and parents doing shoeys. Continue reading End of the Road brings the best of what British music festivals have to offer.
Taking the audience out of the concert hall but not quite back into the real world. Continue reading Cult indie heroes Bright Eyes return to London to host a suitably rapturous occasion.
Shimmering psychedelic breakdowns, mesmeric krautrock corridors and hard-hitting singalong choruses. Continue reading ‘Tired Of Liberty’ by The Lounge Society is a call to action for a forgotten generation.
They bottle a furious energy, a chaotic state of mind and a nighttime-feel euphoria. Continue reading Moreish Idols fuse a jagged, jazz-fuelled momentum on debut EP ‘Float’.
Hauntology, Luton, chart success and working with Ross Orton. Continue reading “People are angry about the state of this country” – In deep with dance trio Regressive Left.
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An effortless fizz and fusion of blues, rockabilly and indie rock. Continue reading Holiday Ghosts offer rollicking garage rock brilliance on new EP ‘Credit Note’.
Higher Ground is a new organisation that sets out to showcase female artists. Continue reading “The Ecstasy is Holy”: A rapturous Patti Smith set kicks Higher Ground into gear.
The New York City outfit return under sweltering conditions to debut ‘The Other Side Of Make-Believe’. Continue reading Interpol are reborn as they make their UK return live at Hackney Church.
Their debut LP is delicate and confessional, as entertaining as it is expressive. Continue reading “We don’t want to make the same record twice” – Honeyglaze reshape the framework of pop.
It’s playful, head-turning and delivers the message of self improvement. Continue reading Speedboat share a joyous and introspective EP in ‘Better Men’.
Heavy, impulsive urges underpin their sound, but it’s the subtle emotional outbursts that sucks you under. Continue reading Explorative and high-octane, Gag Salon’s ‘Get A Load Of This Guy’ EP.