Tempest stretches the boundaries of spoken word, writing and rap. Her work is a brutally honest depiction and she’s only getting better at telling it.
Olivia White catches up with the meteoric Broken Hands as they return back to the public eye with their 2 latest singles: Friends House and Split In Two
Daisy Lester reviews Tyneside singer Sam Fender’s live performance at Soup Kitchen in NQ
Jasmine Bennett reviews Yung Lean’s latest EP, Poison Ivy, which offers up eight-tracks of melancholic vocals and rhythmic beats.
Caroline Rose in snowballing into fame after her spectacular 2018 album, but her main concern is still having a good time
Adrian Kanyoli reviews Bohemian Rhapsody, a biopic on the musical phenomena that is the band Queen.
The supergroup make their mark as reputable – if a little weird – givers of melodic, dream-like tunes, reports Rona McCann.
It’s been a hectic tour for this indie rock band as contributor Georgina Davidson discovers in conversation with Californian quartet, RUSSO
Black Honey take to the stage at Manchester’s Academy 2 to deliver a disappointing set that didn’t quite live up to expectations
Late rapper Lil Peep’s posthumous release is a bittersweet continuation of his legacy, full of emotional weight and genre-merging swagger, writes Jake Oliver
5 Seconds of Summer drop their pop punk roots in favour of a more polished performance that old fans might not favour, writes contributor Georgina Davidson
Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi captivates the crowd at his largest-ever headline show at Albert Hall in Manchester
Contributor Ellis Coopey sheds light on the important but slow work PRS are doing for female musicians in the current industry
London-based girl band Dream Wife transform a sold-out Gorilla into a convent of followers worshipping at the altar of riot grrrl punk and euphoric guitar riffs
Since the beginnings of his career in a neo-hardcore band, a lot has changed for the multi-instrumentalist musician/producer Bonobo, writes Andrew Fowler
Alex Wain takes a trip to the O2 Ritz to see psychedelic supergroup Superorganism, for a night of visual delights and dancing.
Frenetic, infectiously vibrant and full to the brim with energy: Bad Sounds take the stage at Manchester’s Gorilla for a sold-out gig