Simone Scott Warren
There are some suitably jagged guitars, but it's very synth heavy; a more film soundtrack-ready affair.
But it's been 18 years. None of us are young anymore. Not even them.
Although there's a shift from the indie-doo-wop of 2015's Perpetual Motion People – this is more aggressive in tone – Furman is still rooted in the same Lou Reed garage rock vein.
Their fifth outing, Semicircle is another unashamedly joyful affair, from the opening Morse code of 'Mayday' to the brass band belter 'Semicircle Song'.
New sounds 2018 and Ider are some of the most talented songwriters around, beautiful harmonies, incredible melodies, all with a dark edge
Revisit our brilliant Cover Story with Diet Cig.
On latest album Ununiform, Tricky has unearthed a newfound freedom that results in some of his most poignant work to date.
If tonight is designed to prove the detractors from all those years ago completely wrong, then without question the mission is complete.
We talk to Cosima for our Sounds of 2017 feature
Familiar Touch might not be enough of a step up from their debut but expect to find Diana gracing those End Of Year lists nonetheless
“Nothing I like is popular,” declares Dave Tattersall, guitarist and frontman for The Wave Pictures, huddled over a pint in the corner of a cosy Stoke Newington boozer, flanked by his bandmates Franic Rozycki and Jonny Helm.
We've had a smashing day, Mirrors Festival. On reflection, pretty damn good.
This is Latitude. This is not your average festival.
Simone Scott Warren sits down with one of the most accomplished producers today to talk his own debut
It’s probably less than the sum of its parts overall, but lower your expectations and Minor Victories is an interesting proposition nonetheless
The Charlatans are busy flicking the switch that turns you into a 15 year old dancing around your bedroom.
Simone Scott Warren sits down with Aussie/Scandi electro-pop outfit Kate Boy to discuss their long-time-coming debut album One
Stepping out from the confines of indie behemoths The National, Matt Berninger and Menomena's Brent Knopf unleash El Vy’s debut
Frankie & The Heartstrings' latest is decent enough, but essentially more of the same, and ultimately a bit forgettable for it.
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