Trembling Bells // Live Review

It's clear that the group are just taking smaller risks as they keep their vision of modern folk music looking forward, while still referencing the past.

Deerhunter // Live Review

Karen O, frontwoman of The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, has called the Deerhunter show ‘a religious experience’ - that’s a good place to start.

Oneohtrix Point Never // Live Review

Some of the most hard-hitting and deeply idiosyncratic electronic music that's around right now.

White Lung // Live Review

A meeting of the bare-bones nihilism of post punk and dirt-speckled rock ‘n’ roll glamour that is White Lung’s own
Angel Olsen

Angel Olsen // Live Review

If the crowd’s enraptured silence throughout the set is anything to go by, Olsen should feel very secure in her chosen career path.

AJ Tracey // Live Review

The 22-year old West London MC ensures that the final show in the XOYO trilogy is one to remember, proving why he is currently turning a lot of heads.

Depeche Mode // Live Review

Sexy, subversive, brilliant, ever relevant; Depeche Mode are back on the road and thank god for that.

Joe Armon-Jones & Maxwell Owin Present Idiom // Live Review

South London duo Joe Armon-Jones and Maxwell Owin present Idiom at Bussey Building.

Novelist + Ray BLK // Live Review

Christmas lights were made cool this year with four in store performances on Oxford Street from the likes of Ray BLK, Novelist, Kara Marni and more.

Big Thief // Live Review

Having released their 3rd excellent record in 4 years, the New York indie-folk quartet, Big Thief, is one of the hottest tickets around right now. We went to see them perform at the Roundhouse on May 23rd to see if they could keep up their winning streak.


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Review // Gold Panda – Half Of Where You Live

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Kissaway Trail – Breach // Album Review

The momentum of the early tracks threatens to send the album firmly stratospheric, and the relentlessness does begin to lose its appeal mid-album.

Whales in Cubicles – Death in the Evening // Album Review

East London outfit Whales in Cubicles have since been carving a niche in the UK’s music scene with their hybrid blend of indie rock.

Teen – The Way and Color // Album Review

TEEN have finally unearthed an offbeat R&B that suits them rather perfectly.

Childhood – Lacuna // Album Review

It doesn’t make Lacuna’s songs innately distinct. This is a good record from a band who’ll soon create something better.

Wampire – Bazaar // Album Review

Wampire's element of psychedelia-tinged surprise is gone, meaning their songs can't just get by on goofball charm

Pond – Man It Feels Like Space Again // Album Review

Pond's latest effort is focused and concise, brimming with glam warmth. Perth's psychedelic coterie has your mind.

Laura Marling – Short Movie // Album Review

one more deliberate and gradual step forward for one of contemporary music’s most assured and consistently remarkable artists.

Blanck Mass – Dumb Flesh // Album Review

Themed around the frailty - and subsequent decay - of the human body, Dumb Flesh is an intensely physical, frequently merciless, listening experience

Leon Bridges – Coming Home // Album Review

There’s not a single dud song in the set and there’s nothing premeditated about it. Leon, you’re all soul.