With a string of festival slots ahead of her, including Barcelona's Primavera, and Dekmantel in Amsterdam, we caught up with the pop star and club queen, Roisin Murphy, to find out just how she manages to do it all.
Amyl and The Sniffers are an unstoppable force of energy. With their self-titled debut album, the Aussie four-piece assert themselves as one of the world’s most explosive new bands.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard are back and on top form with their fourteenth album, Fishing for Fishies.
We review the forthcoming LP, Pony, from the enigmatic cowboy, Orville Peck.
For her intimate show at The Roundhouse in Camden, Patti Smith proudly showed of one of her greatest achievements, motherhood, as it was a truly intimate family affair when she took to the stage for her night of the In The Round series.
In a city where neo-soul is thriving, it could be difficult for an artist to really stand out. However, the talent, charisma and versatility that Fatima displays makes her a truly unique force. Therefore, it came as no surprise that her performance at The Roundhouse in Camden went down an absolute hit.
We listened to Aphex Twin's long awaited Collapse EP
We listened to Noname's impressive follow up album, Room 25
We spoke to the man with many musical strings to his bow, Rob Da Bank, about War Child's Emergence Series, Bestival and his very own record label Sunday Best.
With subversive experimental electronic influences and lyricism exploring themes of race, militancy and religion, GAIKA's new album presents a powerful and resonant depiction of the modern state we live in.
No matter what mood Rolling Blackouts C.F. are in, you'll want to weather the storm with them.
Amar Mehta heads to Village Underground to see an incredible set from RAYE.
After a five year wait, Georgia Evans delves into the new Arctic Monkey's album 'Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino'.
Isolation feels like a project of love, as it glides across genres, dropping hit singles along the way.
It could be suggested that while Nehru isn’t doing anything particularly groundbreaking, Elevators Act I & II still sounds good.
Unapologetically bold, the combination of garage, psychedelia and mindful lyrics results in something that feels truly original.
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.
A technicolored, varied collection of songs that drifts between electronic-pop hits and intimate ballads.
Django Django’s Marble Skies is a genre-blending spectrum of trippy, dance-fuelled fun. With the band returning to their DIY aesthetic, the collection feels fresh and summer-ready.
The album itself serves as a collection of snippets that perfectly accompany 2015's Carrie & Lowell.