“Like Kathleen Hanna with bear claws grabbing Trump by the p*ssy” – an insight into the latest release from British rock band IDLES
Winona Newman gives us the run-down of one of the UK’s strongest festival lineup’s this year in Oxfordshire’s Truck Festival.
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
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
IDLES are without a doubt, the most important band of the current music industry writes Editor Olivia White
Frenetic, essential and virtuous are the three words that capture both Idles and their second monumental album Joy as an Act Of Resistance
Alternative music culture seriously needs to reconsider putting all its eggs in the post-punk basket, says writer Sam Dynes
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.
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
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.
With barely two weeks since the release of their critically acclaimed second album Joy As An Act Of Resistance, Bristol-based five-piece IDLES descend upon the basement of Manchester record store Fopp to a crowd of avid fans for an hour of sweat-laden carnage