“I think I mean this in a good way, but this has been the longest year of my life.” Continue reading 2022 by its Artists #4: lilo
Mike O’Malley of caroline offers up his take on 2022, reflecting on the release of the band’s debut album and some of his favourite releases from the year Continue reading 2022 by its Artists #3: Mike O’Malley (caroline)
The Black Country, New Road saxophonist/flautist/vocalist talks us through a turbulent but triumphant year. Continue reading 2022 by its Artists #2: Lewis Evans (Black Country, New Road)
We wanted to know what the artists behind some of our favourite 2022 releases made of it all. First up: Platonica Erotica. Continue reading 2022 by its Artists: #1 Platonica Erotica
London post-punk sextet DEADLETTER and Spanish indie-pop quartet Melenas make a splash. Continue reading DEADLETTER return triumphant for Son Estrella Galicia’s future-facing gig at East London haunt Paper Dress.
Channelling diverse influences into a collection warmed by an analogue haze. Continue reading Spiralling Melodies and Twangy Guitars: ‘New In Town’ is the soulful debut LP by Rainn Byrns.
Between headline sets from Black Country, New Road, Pussy Riot and Squid, there were plenty of revelations throughout the bill. Continue reading South By South London: The Capital’s Finest Exports Shine at Brighton’s Mutations Festival.
We sat down with London dance outfit The Umlauts at End Of The Road Festival to dig deeper into their new EP. Continue reading The Umlauts balance “the playful and emotional” as they expand their sonic framework.
Attempts to expunge past mistakes and relationships are laid bare. Continue reading Kierst’s EP ‘Thud’ marks a powerfully intimate debut, laying a marker on both sides of the pond.
Two minutes before the band burst onto the stage, something eerily similar to air-raid sirens starts blaring. Continue reading “Sleep? At Night?” A journey into the neon-lit, alternate universe of Fat Dog.
With a special focus on Welsh up-and-comers and a user-friendly multi-venue infrastructure. Continue reading Sŵn Festival serves up your current and future favourite bands on the UK alternative scene.
Dash the Henge records is the brainchild of Tim Harper, Nathan Saoudi and the talent agent Rebecca Prochnik. Continue reading Dash the Henge: The Camberwell record store and community ally to outsider artists.