Contributor Lucas Rohan covers ‘Crock of Gold’ a few rounds with Shane MacGowan. Covering the Pogues, London’s punk scene and more. Touching on MacGowans Irish heritage through his life.
With Shame’s sophomore album Drunk Tank Pink due in January, Daisy Whalley explores their latest singles and what to expect from their upcoming release
Pippa Dennis talks with Since September’s Patrick Ralphson on leaving UoM to tour with Little Mix, meeting McFly and winning The Search
Molly Hocking, winner of ‘The Voice’ 2019 has dazzled the music industry with a touching and reflective new single. ‘After the Night Before’ combines piano accompaniment with emotive vocals, producing a melancholy yet transcendent reflection of love’s fragility.
Ella Broadbent reviews Liam Gallagher’s new virtual event ‘Down By The River Thames’
It has been a wild decade for Kanye West, so we take a look back on the album released 10 years ago: My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Alan Thomas discusses the highs and lows of Gorillaz’ latest album Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez
‘It’s just the musings of people slowly going insane’. Lana sits down with Fickle Friends to talk all things new music and the crazy year we’re all having
Maisie Peters sits down with Student Music Network to talk about her latest single ‘Maybe Don’t’ and her project ‘Book Club’ – Covered by contributor Joey Soko
Bombay Bicycle Club talk with Deputy Editor Georgina Davidson about live albums, power of crowd connection and a timely muse about a dream performance
Melanie Martinez is following her K-12 Tour – which played Manchester in 2019 – with a worldwide livestream, titled ‘Can’t Wait Till I’m Out of K-12’
With live performances on hold due to COVID019, can a livestream production live up to the energy of a Blossoms gig? Niamh Boorman investigates
Blake Crompton covers the upcoming albums from folk artist Beans on Toast and the plethora of talent held within, comparing the new records to his previous works
“I come from golden histories not horrible histories” Contributor Cameron Christie talks to Pa Salieu about Coventry, Culture and his new mixtape Send Them to Coventry
Niamh Boorman explores Hauskey’s debut album Slow
Rap and rave sonics are blended through production from Sega Bodega, SOPHIE and Kai Whiston resulting in a genre-bending listen: Contributor Luke McGavin reviews the new ‘Alias’ EP by SHYGIRL
Music editor Reece Ritchie interviews Australian Post-Punks The Nagging Doubts on their new single and their upcoming EP Autocalm. Covering Shoegaze, Slowcore and 80’s alternative influences.