Kurt Vile plays as a shaggy-haired guitar virtuoso, preaching his beautiful music to a sea of dedicated fans, writes Bella Fleming
The Scouse favourites pay a largely pointless tribute to their younger, more vibrant selves writes contributor Caolan Coleman
Amidst his hectic tour schedule, Tom Walker sits down for a chat with contributor Alex Stagg before putting on an electric performance at the O2 Ritz.
Agnès Houghton-Boyle reviews the touring company of Rock of Ages at the Palace Theatre
Slaves return with an impressive third album, binning the meaningless skits of the previous LP whilst demonstrating the lyrical and vocal power of frontman Isaac Holman
A magnificent display of raw emotion as Peace prove they’ve ‘got the power’
Three Sydney lads brought the Britpop revival home – and what a homecoming
Lucy Stockdale chats with singer Tommy O’Dell of DMA’s about what’s next for the band
Seeing alt-J live at The Bridgewater Hall felt like a spiritual experience – completely breathtaking and utterly mesmerising, writes contributor Alex Wain
The band are back after three quiet years with a contrastly loud release. It may not blow fans’ minds but it will keep them happy for now.
Contributor Jasmine Bennett sits down for a chat with frontman Alex Rice of up-and-coming band Sports Team who claims he “never felt punk”
After indie rockers Wolf Alice snatch the coveted 2018 Mercury prize, Ethan Davies and Hana Kelly discuss whether or not they did enough to deserve it.
Sheffield’s Tramlines Festival is back for another summer of great live music and this year it’s better than ever with a huge line-up of artists over the weekend, from 20th – 22nd July
Cameron Taylor reviews the ‘black and white’ of Gang of Youths