Sarah Taylor reviews Miles Kane newest album, Change The Show.
Snail Mail’s sophomore album beautifully conveys her emotions, and does not hold back.
Kristin Cooper catches up with Mikey, Jasper, and Ollie of caroline to discuss their return to Manchester and the making of their EP ‘Skydiving onto the library roof’.
Ahead of the release of their second LP ‘Outside Of The Blue’, Sarah Taylor sits down with Jonny Quinn of SPINN to chat taking inspiration from mental health, politics, horror films and Christmas!
We interview indie-pop misfits BLOXX about their upcoming tour, latest EP ‘Pop Culture Radio’, and the importance of speaking up.
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Contributor Sarah Taykor takes a deep dive into Squid’s debut album – Bright Green Field’
Contributor Alannah Williams delivers a dive into the latest EP offering from Abbie Ozard ‘Lets Play Pretend’
Hailed as a “raw and thrilling new talent”, Freya Beer mixes poetic lyrics inspired by Allen Ginsberg and Charles Bukowski. With a distinct gothic sound influenced by Nick Cave and the films of David Lynch. With a string of stellar singles under her belt already, music critic John Hobbs predicts a Mercury Prize for Freya. […]
With their fourth studio album due out early next month, Alt-J discuss The Dream LP and creating safe spaces at concerts.
Emily Johnston reviews a riveting and riotous night at Manchester’s O2 Ritz, courtesy of post-punkers shame.
The alternative-indie rock band King No-One took Manchester by storm for their final show of the tour.
Sam Dynes explores the music of the alternative cult artist Dean Blunt and how his music acts as an archive of black musical history.
Following a masterpiece isn’t easy. Lana Del Rey’s 2019 album Norman Fucking Rockwell was one of the most universally acclaimed albums of that year, if not the entire decade, and certainly the most acclaimed of the artist’s career. When it was announced that her next album, also produced by Jack Antonoff, would be released the […]
Annie Clark, aka St Vincent’s highly anticipated sixth studio album Daddy’s Home has finally arrived, and it certainly surpasses expectations. Clark continues to experiment and reinvent herself on this album, as with 2014’s Grammy-winning St Vincent and 2017’s Masseduction. Unlike its predecessors, this record delves masterfully into the sounds of soul and funk. It begs […]
Comma Press chat to us about their upcoming ‘Publishing Conference’ event, how to pursue a career in publishing and the joys of working at a small press
After supporting local heroes Aslan and recording in the prestigious Abbey Road and Metropolis Studios in London, Dublin duo Hawke the Band return with their triumphant single ‘Molly’. The group consists of friends Richie Power on vocals and keyboards, and Eoghan Mac Mahon on vocals and guitar. Hailed as “gorgeous indie-filled pop” by Talk About […]