...it's the soundtrack of open roads at dusk, and the work of an artist who seems to reach higher peaks with each new offering, and shows no signs of slowing down.
Now on their fifth album, and the first since Trump came to power, frontman Patrick Stickles is exploring his homeland's current divisions alongside his own personal turmoil through the warm lens of the 1970s.
There’s something very current about The Prettiots, and their music is hugely reflective of their youth.
Jack Urwin talks the importance of a name when it comes to bands.
Win Tickets to see Tiger Cub at Barfly! We get to know them a little better first
We caught up with Jaakko Eino Kalevi for all the usual In Short questions, to get you in the mood for his astounding live show which, you know, you really should get yourself to.
The Soft Moon talks to us ahead of his London show at Electrowerkz this week
Sugar Now doesn’t merely appropriate the sounds of various regions, but demonstrates actual, lived experiences - and it’s all the stronger for it
We caught up with the Leeds five-piece responsible for compelling electronic wizardry and talked about when they nearly hit Stephen Hawking with their car
A triumphant record of fuzz-laden bright melodies and nods towards that pre-9/11 era when everything was fun and chill
Boston's brilliant Pile are coming to London so we catch up with them ahead of that and implore you to go see them
John Darnielle speaks to Jack Urwin about wrestling and why Beat The Champ is his favourite Mountain Goats record to date
Dalton’s debut album is drawn together and contextualised by the presence of thoroughly brilliant songwriting throughout
We caught up with the Boston trio ahead of their UK tour to talk meeting Jon Hamm and playing in awful jazz combos
Offering something new with every listen, DSU may well be the year’s most genuinely exciting and, ultimately, rewarding album
the best part of a decade I abstained from seeing the Hold Steady felt worth the wait for this drunken one night stand.
Gnarwolves talk to us about their incredible new album, growing up in Cornwall and supporting Blink 182
Yip Deceiver remind us - much like their Kevin Barnes-fronted alma mater - that at its core, electronic music is still a hell of a lot of fun
Masters of craft beer Brooklyn Brewery are bringing their week-long Mash tour back to London, kicking off on July 26th across various venues
At its core, Missions reminds us of the power that pop music yields to delve into our deepest emotions, wrench at our tear ducts and get us dancing
Teeth Dreams delivers everything we’ve come to expect: it’s about as surprising as watching a rerun of Friends, but as deeply comforting too.
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