Drawing a line between the joyous fuzz pop of The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart and the minimalist brilliance of Young Marble Giants come the young London trio Flowers.
Follow the glitteringly explosive and all-round impressive duo, audiobooks, for a day as they photograph their sea excursion in the name of Green Man festival.
Arriving in London via Berlin, Lea Porcelain create a sound rich in dark synths and brooding guitar lines.
From a show at Scala, 8th December.
Its quasi-secrecy and its refreshing take on festival billing make it one of the UK’s best
We catch up with Arthur Beatrice ahead of Field Day 2016
Ahead of another weekend of Carnival madness, Rampage share with us their top five carnival moments.
The Polyphonic Spree // Village Underground - August 6th Photos by Rachel Lipsitz No Monster Club The Bright Ones Buy: The Polyphonic Spree - Yes, It's True
The Goon Sax show us their lives in photos ahead of their show at the great escape festival
Including New Year's Eve plans, Loyle Carner's Yard Sale Pizza and Best Fit's Five Day Forecast.
Evans the Death talk to Gareth Ware about the making of their second album, delays and getting angry.
Danny Wright looks back on Blur's Beetlebum 20 years later
Village Underground, 29th November
We catch up with Nicholas Allbrook ahead of his Field Day performance
given Laura Burhenn of The Mynabirds predilection for swearing, Motown and The Neverending Story, it's probably safe to think we've found a kindred spirit here.
Ahead of the release of their new album, we talk to Tune-Yards about the contemporary politics that inspired their fourth full-length.
From a show at Hoxton Square Bar, 18th November.
Gareth Ware goes in on Australia's music funding crisis...
You might realise something. You might not. It doesn't really matter though, only CEO can judge me.
Photos of The Heartbreaks at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire, supporting We Are Scientists & Superfood by Jen Philips