A turn into new territory for Bring Me The Horizon with their latest release AMO, which moves past the heavy metal genre with mixed results
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
With 12 years of success behind him, Newton Faulkner is back with his “Very Best Of…” album. Owen Trimming catches up with him ahead of his upcoming tour
In the wake of his latest release, ’11 Minutes’, Yungblud has been proving to the wider music industry that his impressive on-stage energy and driven, politically empowered tracks have a place in the current protest alt-rock revival
The tempestuous Larkins are making waves in Manchester and are set to be the next big thing. Louise Avey catches up with the band ahead of their homecoming gig to talk about their journey.
Scottish indie wonders The Twilight Sad deliver an emotive performance to a diverse and energetic crowd, writes Cameron Taylor
Packed full of socratic, philosophical observations, Sundara Karma’s second record is a phenomenal exploration of modern life and our struggle to communicate, writes Jake Oliver
Six years after The 1975 dropped Music For Cars, contributor Jasmine Bennett reflects on the EP
Jasmine Bennett reviews the dreamlike exploration of the human condition that is Everyday by Tourist.
Eton mess is an album full of impressive lyricism but an underdeveloped and uninspiring sound, writes contributor Bella Fleming
Jasmine Bennett takes a glimpse at the rising female stars in the new, mysterious realm of reinvented pop
The first of Foals’ epic two-part project – Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – is an exhilaratingly concise piece that leaves audiences eagerly awaiting the next instalment, writes Josh Sandy
The future is bright for A Pint With Bill after their debut at Indigo
Brass ensemble Old Dirty Brasstards cover Arctic Monkeys’ iconic debut album Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not, and do it pretty well.
A considered, electronica infused whirl of sounds awaits in a world of ambient excellence with The Japanese House, writes contributor Georgina Davidson
For this week’s Hot Right Now, Georgina Davidson explores the distinctive, indie rock inspired tones of solo artist Thea Brooks
In the wake of criticism surrounding Ariana Grande’s headline slot at Manchester Pride, Alex Corns asks for some perspective