Fun, feisty and downright funky. Student band NUDE are making ripples in Manchester’s Northern Quarter
Rob Paterson reassesses Yeezy’s magnum opus as more than just a great hip-hop album: it’s a hedonistic, prog-rock dream
This band are destined to be bombarded with comparisons, but no one in the room seemed to be taking this as a negative
Rob Paterson review’s Sun Coming Down, the new album of band Ought
The most thrilling Canadian two-piece since Death from Above 1979 doled out a dose of rock n’ roll euphoria
Frantic keyboard heavy rockers Turbowolf smashed it up with Hawk Eyes, but not before chatting to Tom Geddes
Big release for stunning live band Turbowolf, but can their debut album live upto expectations?
They may be more comfortable in a live environment, but Eliza And The Bear have the confidence and chemistry to suggest that a stratospheric debut beckons
Hey Rosetta!’s massive sound can’t and shouldn’t be held within the confines of Sound Control
The Texan guitar god moves one album closer to the mantle of blues rock legend
Ireland, The Voice and why The Script owe their fame to The Potato Famine.
LCD Soundsystem’s legacy might yet extend beyond their music.
Candlelight Records showcase their roster in Manchester, but does it work. Also, Tom Geddes talks to Orange Goblin.
They may have supported rock and roll legends AC/DC in the past but how are this Irish quartet faring in the present?