Trudy’s drunken brand of 50s pop delivers those let-your-hair-down Friday night feels to a packed-out crowd of post-work drinkers.
Equal parts thoughtful to reckless, Sløtface triumph with a blowout of fiercely fun pop tunes.
Hailing from the small city of Bergen, the power-pop quartet join a flurry of fresh-generation Scandi-pop
Latitude takes the opportunity of its twelfth edition to further verify its liberal, family-friendly superiority.
As Latitude approaches its twelfth edition, we give you our top picks from this year’s ever-enchanting weekender.
Cosmic synth-pop talent Ariana and the Rose is making waves both sides of the Atlantic with her cool-girl pop beats.
We talk to Superfood ahead of their tour and with their new single Double Dutch out on Dirty Hit now
We chat to Wyldest ahead of their 'A Night Of Celebrating Women In The Music Industry' show with a host of great bands
Fuckboy-inspired favourite ‘I’m Not Your Girl’ creates a lasting impression of Estrons as a band kicking patriarchy in the nuts (and making some pretty fine melodies whilst doing so).
“Oh my god, there’s a boy genius! He just wrote a catchy pop song!”
The quartet don’t attempt to mature ahead of their time, instead proudly presenting a brash voice of socially aware and self-empowered youth.
London-based Bordeaux duo ZOOEY take us through eleven tracks of kick-back ambience with their debut daydream project, The Drifters.
Crystal Fighters bring their tribal energy to a sold-out Brixton Academy for a night of inspiriting celebration and fast-footed favourites.
London-based duo HONNE bring their polished collection of smooth electronic-soul to Camden’s Roundhouse.
Sci-fi productions glitter throughout, but melodically, it simply lacks.
Every Now & Then is beautifully textured in sublime layers of synth, rhythmic guitar and backbeat, creating glorious atmospheric dreampop.