Hugely likeable Canadian goofball Mac DeMarco returns with an enjoyable stop-gap EP to give his fans something to chew on
With its themes and lyrics of man, machine and industry, and strong mix of heavy metal and melody, Fear Factory’s ninth album is one of their finest to date
We take a look at six of the best side-projects known to music
Long Beach rapper and Odd Future affiliate Vince Staples releases his mesmerising major label debut double album ‘Summertime ’06’
Nicole Paris and her dad feature in Mentor vs Apprentice Pt. 2, the beatbox battle to end all beatbox battles
After Muse topped the Album chart in USA recently, we look at the best British albums to do the same.
After a four year wait, Camden’s finest Wolf Alice release their much anticipated debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’
The good, the bad and the mad from the iconic festival…
This tune isn’t bad! It’s a shame it’s so short. Is there a longer version available?
The Killers’ front-man is back with a bang with his second instalment fresh out of the 80’s.
Thomas the Dank Engine is actually pretty catchy! I like Thomas the Tank Engine as a head in the video.
Rough Trade hopefuls Palma Violets return with their gnarly, moshpit-ready second album ‘Danger in the Club’.
Montage of Heck, a documentary about the rock legend which features many never-heard-before tracks by Cobain himself, comes to cinemas in just two days. Here’s a peek at a cover of “And I Love Her” originally by The Beatles. It’s haunting.
This epic 80s-esc music video starring David Hasselhoff is nothing but amazing! Permit… denied.
A fierce return for the UK giants of electronic dance music. Bound to cause some shape-throwing and knee raising enjoyment.