Jack Urwin talks the importance of a name when it comes to bands.
Danny Wright looks back on Blur's Beetlebum 20 years later
Ghosts by Japan Ghosts is one of the weirdest, most singular singles to grace the Top 5. It has no drums and is very, very...
"Faking. Not a good look."
Future Of The Left's Andrew Falkous on the brutal realities of touring
Our very own Deputy Editor demands that musicians everywhere stop sucking and simply play the hits.
There are lies, damned lies and the men with beards that tell them... Guns don’t kill people; people with beards kill people…
UK Drill, and the debate surrounding it.
Michelle Kambasha talks music industry diversity in a very *fire emoji* Penny
While lack of mental healthcare is a grim reality, Emily Reynolds details the small things we can do to support those around us
are festivals even that good...? Unbelievable as it may seem at the moment, there will be a point this year in which you will feel...
Rhythm and Knowledge (for Sue Tompkins) by Kiran Leonard.
Things we've learnt from running a magazine for 3 years.
"A lightning rod for dickheads", Kate Solomon discusses buying her first guitar
Film Soundtracks by BY SUMMER CAMP’S ELIZABETH SANKEY
Don't touch my hair.
Chris Slade delves into the hedonistic past and bleak present of the music industry in February's Penny For Your Thoughts
Because the World Cup might be about the summer, getting to watch four football games in a day and endless, grinding, inevitable disappointment. But it is also really about ridiculous pop songs.
"We're seeing London acting like London again: evolving and reinvigorated, with exceptional talent and parts of the city feeling 'opened up'."
A roaring tribute to Camden: so much more than nostalgia. Or poppers and salvia
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