Eccentric indie disco The Howl & The Hum release new stripped-back live video for latest single Hall of Fame, writes music Editor Olivia White
Editor Olivia White catches Blossoms at their sold-out hometown date as they bring style and ooze confidence, however, did their new single fit their status quo?
Olivia White and Georgina Davidson headed down to newly opened Fairfield Social Club on the nights of their launching as they showcase some of the industry’s most exciting new acts
Editor Olivia White previews one of 2019’s strongest UK lineup’s, Greenman Festival. This folk-rock festival sees the likes of Father John Misty, Sharon Van Etten and IDLES.
Filth are the UK’s next hottest heavy pysch-punk band to surface from the recent resurgence writes Editor Olivia White
A night at Retro on Manchester’s Sackville Street exhibits what the current student music scene has to offer as they host Monday Night Special as their headliners
This week’s record reappraisal offers a rather impassioned nod towards one of the industry’s most humble and thrilling acts, Idles, as their debut album Brutalism reaches its 2nd birthday
Are Live/Wire, the ACDC Show a Dirty Deed Done Dirt Cheap or a Shoot to Thrill? asks editor Olivia White
Olivia White catches up with rising stars The Howl & The Hum as they talk David Lynch, Great Whites and the prospects of their debut-album
Olivia White reviews Bright Orange Spectacle’s debut single release ‘She Could Get Better’ representing indie pop music in all its glory
Camden-born band Couples bring their thunderous tracks and eccentricity to hometown venue Camden Assembly for another Sunday night session with Benumu
Olivia White offers an insight into the talent that this year’s LAL Festival showcased by the likes of recently evolved Sundara Karma and the resurgence of the punk scene
Editor Olivia White catches indie-pop 5-piece Heir at their Manchester gig as they have embarked on their ‘After Forever’ tour following the release of their latest single
From the dingy walls of Gorilla to the bouncing floor of the O2 Ritz- Idles conquer Manchester’s music scene, all the way to the Albert Hall in less than two years
May the force of Live at Leeds’ final line-up announcement be with you as you decide which festivals to attend this year writes editor Olivia White
Glass Caves have been indie’s underdogs for nearly a decade, do they finally have what it takes to conquer the scene? asks Editor Olivia White.
Olivia White catches hotly tipped Heavy Lungs at Manchester’s sold-out Castle Hotel declaring them ones to watch after their success with punk favourites IDLES