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.
Collectress are a band of musicians who make beautiful music, beautifully.
Legendary grunge band inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Wild Beasts took to the stage at London’s Brixton Academy on Tuesday 1st April in what was arguably their biggest headline show to date, and crikey they didn’t disappoint!
Singer Kate Bush will play 15 dates at the Hammersmith Apollo this year
Pharrell Williams enlists the help of some of his superstar pals on new album GIRL
Piano Nights is an album so cinematic and evocative it might just qualify for review on a movie website.
BBC Radio 1 give us their way of celebrating International Women’s Day
Despite a key band members illness, LA’s Warpaint entertained the Bristol crowd with their unique blend of alternative rock and dreamy harmonies