INTRODUCING
Listening to Canadian band Alvvays (pronounced Always) takes you back in time to an era of peace and love, and oh; good music! This is really good foo...more
Dreamy Australian trio Little May are able to take you to a place of escapism with their soft, yet soul-reaching vocal harmonies. With their sweet fol...more
If Interpol’s Paul Banks joined a dance-cum-techno troupe, it might sound something like this. Stillwave are a three-piece from the Netherlands, pre...more
INTERVIEWS
With their unique and interesting blend of psychedelic and surfer pop, The John Steel Singers have become borderline legends in their home-town of B...more
Luke Sital-Singh is a self-proclaimed pessimist. He describes himself as a “melancholy chap” by default, with a “glass half empty” outlook on...more
If you like rock'n'roll or music in general you may well have come across Fat White Family at some point this year or last. And if you haven’t yet,...more
ALBUM REVIEWS
Wild Smiles – Always Tomorrow
Ben Howard – I Forget Where We Were
Wooden Arms – Tide
Fox and the Law – Stoned to Death
LIVE REVIEWS
Glass Animals @ Thekla, Bristol, 15/10/2014
This young band from Oxford have enjoyed a surge of success recently: airplay on BBC 6 Music, endorsement from Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood, and thei...more
Andrew Jackson Jihad @ Exchange, Bristol, 06/10/14
The hallmarks of a great gig don’t just come down to a band’s performance; atmosphere, venue and fan base are all pivotal in making a show truly u...more
Fear of Men @ Concrete, London, 02/10/2014
Concrete’s an odd venue. It’s down some stairs, underneath a semi-trendy pizza restaurant in semi-trendy Shoreditch. Difficult to find if, say, yo...more
SBTRKT @ O2 Academy, Bristol, 03/10/2014
SBTRKT is the brainchild of London’s Aaron Jerome and over the last three years, he's become one of the UK’s most recognisable producers. Famously...more