As the Beach Boys celebrate their 50th anniversary tour, trawling the length and breadth of America and Europe off the back of their 30th studio…
You’d be forgiven for thinking that the majority of this gig was spent waiting for ‘that song’.
Machine Head is a heavy rock milestone that should be in everyone’s collection.
It’s nice to hear from a band that are capable of putting their own stamp on current trends rather than merely diluting them.
New albums just don’t have the same impact anymore because the music is all too easy to come by.
Its creation gave the house movement a home in Manchester, and its legacy remains to this day.
Marvin Gaye is more than ‘Sexual Healing’ and ‘Let’s Get It On’, as this classic album demonstrates.
Scroobius Pip chats to Elisha Mansuroglu about Beach Break, Celebrity Big Brother and the possibility of shaving his beard off.
Lovely chap, Seye, sits down with Jonathon Lewis to talk about his continual rise to fame.
Full of theatrics and refreshing anecdotes, The Futureheads have thrown off the necessity to fit into the indie scene.
I’m very sorry but the title of this year’s ‘Most Anticipated Resurrection’ must go to the revival of Warehouse Project.
A diverse musical culture continues to prevail within The Sunshine Underground.