What's out there? No one knows.
One to inspire garage-bound bands and bedroom-stuck songwriters the world over.
It’s an emotional farewell, but it’s one that reminds you of the power of Wild Beasts.
On first listen Great Big Blue is an album that oozes sunny laid-back charm, the sonic equivalent of driving down an empty road by the beach, sun blazing, saturation up high.
Danny Wright brings Gemma Samways and Lee Wakefield together to discuss the farewell of a beloved band.
Brooklyn-based rapper Cakes Da Killa seems to always do best when all eyes are on him.
In dialling up their idiosyncrasies, they've expanded the very horizons of the genre.
Unapologetically bold, the combination of garage, psychedelia and mindful lyrics results in something that feels truly original.
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.
The album has an understated coolness to it, combining elements of funk, jazz and electronics with ease the sound moves from 80’s hip-hop to the sound of the future.
The transfixed audience is proof that he is more than deserving of the accolades he has already amassed.
Cusp is exactly the kind of album you'd hope to hear two months into a new year.
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A technicolored, varied collection of songs that drifts between electronic-pop hits and intimate ballads.
It only took the subtlest gestures from Oumou Sangaré to completely transform the vibe at her Roundhouse show last week.
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.
With all the jittery unease and anxious nervous energy that currently pervades the world, it feels like these times are calling for a band like No Age.
Inspired by folk greats and 90s feminist punk, the record marries a ton of emotion with bold collages of spiky guitars.
The album is bound together by a cohesive vision of grumbling psych rock, put together with a DIY attitude.
Blood is their second album - the follow up to 2013's Woman – and it's a cathartic narrative that makes your heart hurt and soar in equal measure.
There’s always been something about Kaleem but tonight it’s clear this could be his year.