Fans of bass music should pay attention to what is set to be one of the biggest celebrations of talent within the industry in 2019.
They’re alternative, melodic and steadily gaining traction. Brighton quartet, YONAKA lie just at the forefront of a new movement that defies genre, writes Georgina Davidson.
Contributor Jack Greeney reviews Post Malone’s highly anticipated the arena performance, but were even the greatest fans underwhelmed?
Josh Sandy explores the turbulent history and content of one of Fleetwood Mac’s most celebrated release, Rumours
Johnny Marr’s new “Eco Disco 2019” track solidifies Marr’s status as a solo artist in his own right, says contributor Aiden Tinsley.
Manchester-based Saytr Play are a band which stand out in the current crop of guitar bands, and are no doubt in store for a bright future.
Jasmine Bennett reviews the debut EP from ’50s melody-makers FUR.
Aaron Georgious reviews the legendary hip hop group Slum Village as they take to the stage of a sold-out Gorilla for a night of old school bangers.
A night tarnished by incessant chatter and even a brawl, HOMESHAKE’s performance brought little satisfaction, writes Jasmine Bennett.
Billie Eilish, sombre superstar in the making, takes Manchester Academy on frenzied journey, cementing her status as the future of pop, writes Pascale Chalmers-Arnold.
Despite bringing the funk to Manchester Academy, Jungle’s bold stage presence was not enough to save them from an inconsistent setlist
The blockbuster-album approach to Lil Pump’s highly anticipated Harverd Dropout loses most of what was appealing and exciting about this young Floridian rapper, says Harry Thorfinn.
Louise Avey catches up with the ethereal Maggie Rogers about love, life and being a confident figure in the music industry
Wicca Phase Springs Eternal’s latest release proves to be as long-lasting as his name suggests, writes Jasmine Bennett.
Scottish synth-pop trio CHVRCHES captivated the crowd with catchy hooks and impressive light design at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse.
Jasmine Bennett writes that AJ Tracey proves he really is ‘Doing It’ again with his newly dropped eponymous debut album