Interview: Farmfest organiser Simon Arnoldi talks independent festivals and DIY ethics
With the likes of Glastonbury, Latitude and the last ever Secret Garden Party now done and dusted, festival season is in its cool-down period. But don...more
Interview: Stevie Parker on Bristol’s music scene and gender politics
Since releasing her debut album The Cure back in May, Bristol-based Stevie Parker has continued to emerge as one of the most exciting new talents in t...more
Interview: Ardyn discuss being twins in a band and keyboard shopping at Lidl
As with most twins, Gloucestershire-based folk duo Ardyn (Katy and Rob Pearson) have grown up with an almost telepathic connection. But like all brot...more
Moon Duo travel lighter on Occult Architecture Vol. 2
Releasing volume one of their fourth album Occult Architecture just two months ago, Portland-based prog-psych enthusiasts Moon Duo are back with the ...more
Introducing: The Vryll Society
Liverpool-based record label Deltasonic is renowned for nurturing bands like The Coral and The Zutons to widespread success in the past. But it’s be...more
Interview: VANT demand a revolution
As 2016 hurtled towards its catastrophic climax, we were all reminded of how imperfect our tiny, old planet really is. Brexit was a shambles, and Trum...more
Dutch Uncles provide their own helium for Big Balloon
They may have a highly recognisable sound, full of grooves, mind-bending riffs, and surrealist concepts nicked straight from Kate Bush’s diary, but ...more
Surfer Blood’s Snowdonia comes with a heavy heart
When news broke about the tragic death of Surfer Blood guitarist Thomas Fekete in May last year, the band were forced into a state of limbo. They were...more
Introducing: Eat Fast
If lo-fi punk pop is your bag, then Eat Fast are definitely your new favourite band. Even if it’s not for you, it’s hard to deny that the Newcastl...more
Slowcoaches come out fighting on Nothing Gives
Loud, fast and angry: Slowcoaches are the perfect response to the bleak phase of our lives that is post-Brexit Britain. The London 3-piece couldn’t ...more