No Violet unleash chaos on Faces
Having stirred up the attention of the BBC airwaves, four-piece No Violet are set to release their debut EP Faces this autumn. They’re even being s...more
What happens when Darwin Deez are left alone
New York is the metropolis home of many great indie bands, but none quite as electronically quirky as Darwin Deez. Weekly open-mic nights at the Sidew...more
Interpol circle darker undertones on Marauder
Post-punk revival kingpins Interpol are back with a new album - the first in four years. Having been on the scene in the early 00s when the likes of...more
The Blood Choir channel darkness on Houses of the Sun
Anglo-Danish duo Robin Maddicott and Joe Mountain formed The Blood Choir in Bristol in 2009. By 2012 the band released their debut LP No Windows to th...more
The Wave Pictures create more Brushes With Happiness
The Wave Pictures are one of the most quirky and fun three-piece bands around. Constantly pushing the boundaries of their witty, romantic, guitar-driv...more
Roo Panes soars on new album Quiet Man
Several years ago, Roo Panes took a leaf out of Johnny Flynn's book on exposure, to pave the way for a career in music. In 2012 his chiselled jaw mod...more
An emotional rollercoaster ride with Snail Mail’s Lush
Barely out of high school and dropping a debut album as mesmerising as Lush; just how does Snail Mail, aka Baltimore's Lindsey Jordan, make this hap...more
Juliana Daugherty presents a heart felt soundtrack to sadness with Light
Raised in a musical family, and with accolades in classical music and poetry, Juliana Daugherty is no stranger to the world of music. Her debut album ...more
The power of instrumentation and Mary Lattimore’s Hundreds of Days
The solo instrumentalists of the world are a unique breed. Where some musicians rely on fellow artists and in most cases, a voice to convey feelings a...more
Seeing in the summer with Bestival 2018: 15 Hours in Bristol
The skies are blue and the sun is shining sweetly. Finally, Britain is being treated to a bank holiday we can believe in, thanks to 15 Hours in Bristo...more