Less a festival, more a gig that’s burst its seams, By The Sea is this seaside town’s attempt at celebrating the music scene, both local and international.
Kieran Devlin heads to Modeselektion at Fabric.
We went to see the 20-year-old artist, Rex Orange County at Hammersmith Apollo.
Independent festival Brainchild crafted a unique atmosphere with a variety of performances in a dreamy field.
Apollo Records // July 22nd After years of shame brought on by Geordie Shore, the citizens of Newcastle upon Tyne have reason to rejoice in...
the record jumps from groove-laden synth-pop to ambient minimalism in heartbeat
And if we have to wait another few decades for a follow up I’m going to start punching strangers in the street.
An exasperating listen, but it opens the door for Parquet Courts to literally go anywhere they want to next. Slackers with a plan... who knew eh?
I'm delighted to report that this hulking leviathan of a record doesn't disappoint at all.
Offering something new with every listen, DSU may well be the year’s most genuinely exciting and, ultimately, rewarding album
Intelligent and impeccably orchestrated pop, coloured with a retro tint
Colours Of The Night blurs Broderick's passion for story-telling folk music, orchestra strings and intricacies, stratospheric film soundtracks, and pulsing hip-hop. Oh, and it's beautiful.
Filthy and poetic, Hval returns to push the sonic boundaries of her hallucinatory and warped pop music
Green Lanes is proof that life’s simple pleasures are often the most satisfying.
Just as label mates Grimes and St. Vincent broke through on later-career releases that struck a subversive pop note, Half Free does similar work and deserves to be considered on a equal footing to those stellar records
Sudakistan have built themselves a reputation as one of the best live bands in Sweden
When you look beyond the radio-ready songwriting of Bloc Party’s fifth album Hymns it’s evident that Kele Okereke is back on some kind of form
Dilla was a rare breed of genius and this album reveals penetrating new perspectives on his artistry
Like a sober FIDLAR emerging from a weekend bender into the crisp Toronto daylight, this latest iteration of Greys feels jubilant and grubby
There’s a new clarity to everything, and Swim Against the Tide offers up the most vivid picture yet of just what The Japanese house is.
The band’s name has changed; their status as untouchable standard-bearers of modern post-punk excellence has not.