Kasabian are one of the most commercially successful and universally adored bands of this generation, but can somebody please explain why?
Two quality support acts and an even better received performance by The Pretty Reckless for their ‘Going To Hell’ tour.
20 years since its release, the Gravediggaz are brought back from the dead with their horrorcore classic 6 Feet Deep, serving as proof that those representing the genre of hip-hop need to pop on this record, sit back and learn from their ancestors.
Dave Grohl and Corey Taylor are two guys amongst a staggering list of rock veterans expected to be heard in the debut album by rock supergroup, Teenage Time Killer.
A look at five of the most unusual, striking or surreal album covers for progressive rock bands in the 1970s and how they reflect the existentialism of the genre.
Kurt Cobain fans rejoice! Director Brett Morgen is due to release the first ‘fully authorised’ documentary detailing the grunge icon’s life and art, set to hit our screens in 2015.
Iceage bring their European tour to a close with a blistering set at London’s iconic 100 Club in their only tour date on English soil.
Los Angeles oddball Ariel Pink returns with his first ever album that’s only credited to him but to mixed results with this overly randy adventure
Bob Geldof and Band Aid will be returning with a cover of ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ featuring fresh faces in an attempt to rid the world of Ebola and secure a Christmas Number One in the process
Danish nihilists Iceage return for album number three with a less brash and more passionate masterpiece that still leaves a wonderfully harsh aftertaste.
‘Lost in the Dream’ is the personified diary of Adam Granduciel, as he parachutes from anxiety and crash lands into deep depression.
Philippine Idris Vicuña – aka Eyedress – releases the mixtape ‘Hearing Colors’
Southern Lord find another gem in Torch Runner’s now-reissued debut.
Let’s exchange the experience… We went to the opening night of Kate Bush’s Before the Dawn, and this is what we found
If it’s at all possible that a band can evoke the feeling of a film, then Dum Dum Girls kind of make me think of David Lynch’s BLUE VELVET, where under the façade of the sunshine and white picket fences there’s a darkness lurking, if you just scratch the surface a little.