All of this good-natured industry and sonic anarchy was a joy to behold – especially for a band which rarely plays live.
Natasha North talks to us ahead of her show with Mike Dignam at The Borderline this week
The stars have been aligning nicely for Shabazz Palaces. “As they always do...,” chuckles Ishmael.
We caught up with Daniel to ask the big questions… and learned he’s not a big fan of hangovers or delivering newspapers.
The riff-loving Japanese trio are back, but despite the promising album title Boris revert to their more accessible side
A weighty new coffee table book sees the rich history of dreamy London electronic band Saint Etienne documented
We talk to Kiran Leonard ahead of his Sebright Arms show this July.
Since reforming in 2010, Michael Gira and his noisecrank crew have been busy - but there is little truly new here to trouble listeners
Founded by Clive Solomon, 30 Years ago Fire Records was born, they're celebrating in the capital with some of their best acts.
Le1f’s got pizazz and a magnetic stage presence - it’s good, dirty fun, just how Grace Jones preferred it in New York City nightclubs 30 years ago
Hypnotic Brass Ensemble are the subject of a documentary called ‘Brothers Hypnotic’ set to be unveiled at the Prince Charles Cinema in Soho on May 20th.
This Chain and the Gang album is good fun, but it will never bump off any of the Washington DC legend’s previous killer projects.
Plug an LP directly into a wall socket it would undoubtedly sound like Motion, which positively bubbles over with its dynamic and propulsive energy.
Angel Olsen hits new heights on her second solo album.
boasting superb albums on Honest Jon’s as well as big name collaborations with Ghostface Killer, Damon Albarn, Erykah Badu, Mos Def – and of course, their dad.
Apart from a growing maturity and confidence as a band, in many ways the foursome are still very much working within their trademark sound
I urge you to merely behold the cover of Vibration Animal Sex Music to revel in its bizarre barrage of snakes and apples – the love supreme of biblical partners in crime.
Take a few steps back before listening to Jamie Stewart take a sledgehammer to the songbook of Nina Simone.
They Might Be Giants are back in London with a new album of scintillating zany pop tunes on their 16th album Nanobots at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on November 19th.
Don’t call him a poet. And certainly don’t call him a rapper. Welcome to the bizarre world of Tooting-born singer and producer Obaro Ejimiwe.
Rob Brown and Sean Booth take up just where they left off on Exai with this new EP, featuring four tracks splayed out over 26 minutes.