Tom Johnson


Joyce Manor // Interview

"It sometimes feels a little dumb to be making art, but I guess you have to do something with your life."

The Radio Dept. // Interview

Tom Johnson chats with the Swedish group about their long awaited album, Running Out Of Love

Haiku Salut – Etch And Etch Deep // Album Review

Etch And Etch Deep is a refreshingly vague document, and the most compelling soundtrack for dreams and dreamers alike

Trust Fund – No One’s Coming For Us // Album Review

This is a record that constantly, and beautifully, cuts deep – led by a hazy sense of magic that’s simply unyielding

The Twilight Sad – Nobody Wants To Be Here And Nobody...

This record feels like something of an amalgamation of all that has come before. Remarkably distinct, The Twilight Sad remain a very special band indeed

On The Stereo // GoldFlakePaint

This month the awesome guys from GoldFlakePaint share 5 of their favourite new tracks with us. Gaps - All The Days Are Now This Brighton duo...

Interview // A Grave With No Name

On the surface, making the transition from recording in your bedroom to working in a proper studio seems like a logical step. However, when...

Interview // Still Corners

Photos by Sonny Malhotra On their 2010 debut, ‘Creatures Of An Hour’, Still Corners looked inwards and confronted many of their demons by turning them...

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