Kelly Lee Owens offers an evening of renewal at Manchester’s O2 Ritz
With their fourth studio album due out early next month, Alt-J discuss The Dream LP and creating safe spaces at concerts.
FuseFM put on yet another brilliant charity gig in partnership with Gigs and Bands Society supporting period poverty charity Once A Month!
Snail Mail’s sophomore album beautifully conveys her emotions, and does not hold back.
Taylor Swift’s RED boasts 10 ‘from the vault’ songs as well as a comprehensive rerecord of the original album.
The alternative-indie rock band King No-One took Manchester by storm for their final show of the tour.
Contributor Kerry Mack interviews the creator of the Gigs and Bands society, Robbie Beale, detailing their first live outing!
The UK has a long history of producing excellent and emotive female vocalists. Everyone from Dusty Springfield to Adele has graced world stages, and in recent years, several key British pop music vocalists have begun to venture away from traditional pop formats and towards more alternative influences. Born and raised in Croydon and taking inspiration […]
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 […]
For promoter Deco Records’ last gig of the year, Blue Orchids play Night and Day Café with support from DEAFDEAFDEAF and YUKA TREE.
Brexit, Covid, Adele? Article discussing the current problems with vinyl production and why new releases are being pushed back
Blake Crompton rounds up albums which often that go under the radar for best releases of 2021
Sarah Taylor reviews an enchanting set from Freya Beer, who interweaves poetry with glam-rock instrumentals making for a captivating show.
Emily Johnston delves deep into how misogyny continues to influence contemporary music, from the dominance of male production, to the safety of women at gigs.
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!
Escape to Planet Her this summer – Doja Cat’s third album secures her place among the stars.
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 […]