Sun Kil Moon is mad as hell on Common as Light and Love Are Red Valleys of Blood
On Benji, the lizard-tongued Mark Kozelek revived his Sun Kil Moon moniker and dusted off a box of memories, ranging from toe-curling tales of failed ...more
Keaton Henson shares more on Kindly Now
Keaton Henson has crafted a career from writing immersive and deeply sad indie folk songs. His new album, Kindly Now, is no exception to the rule, giv...more
Local Natives revisit their Sunlit Youth
From the soaring harmonies of Grizzly Bear to the folk undertones of The National, Local Natives’ 2009 debut album Gorilla Manor earned them a serie...more
Twin River offer gateway to surf rock with Passing Shade
On first listen, Twin River’s Passing Shade may sound nothing more than a textbook garage rock record: a compilation of lazy, nostalgia driven tunes...more
The Gig That Shaped Me: Mogwai
As a yearly dweller of Latitude Festival, I’ve seen some absolute corkers perform at Henham Park: the shouty indie rock of The Twilight Sad, Thom ...more
The Best to Come in Music in 2016
Well, that’s 2015 over and done with. A year in which we lost our shit over Kendrick Lamar, Adele used a flip phone in her "Hello" video, and Lisa K...more
Shearwater take on electro pop for Jet Plane And Oxbow
Having accumulated quite the cult following since their humble beginnings in 1999, Shearwater have entered something of a crossroads in their songwrit...more
!!! (Chk Chk Chk) are loudly surreal on As If
Californian sextuplet !!! last released an album in 2013, with the dance-imbued Thr!!!er. Since then, contemporary dance punk has been in steady decli...more
The Twilight Sad go sombre for Oran Mor Session
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of seeing The Twilight Sad live, then you’ll know that front man James Graham wears his heart on his sleeve when ...more
Introducing: Bête Noire
If you’re into millennial post-punk with a lust for catchy hooks and driving bass lines, than look no further than London-based outfit Bête Noire. ...more