leaving the lasting impression one of nostalgia and profundity, apt given the overwhelming surge of benevolence that radiates
After four years, Maverick Sabre returned with his well-received, third independently released album, When I Wake Up, and delighted fans that had eagerly awaited his comeback came together for a sold-out show at London’s Electric Brixton last week.
When she climbs into the crowd for a mercilessly intimate ‘Hit Me’ the moment feels unreal in its intensity.
...a journey into a subterranean rabbit hole of melancholy dream pop.
Having littered minimal compositions in releases throughout his career, the results across a full album are undeniably powerful.
debut EP I Am A Worthless Piece Of Shit is just what we need to shake up the mass of social media lemmings.
This is a band that is older but trying not to be weighed down by it, as urgent beats underpin huge stadium bangers leading into a pensive, almost haunting ending
The extra presence supplied by live musicians, combined with an energy that only 2am-in-Corsica-Studios can supply, results in a very special show.
Produced in collaboration with Danger Mouse and Sam Cohen, it's also a more refined record.
But what makes this record so gut wrenching at its core is the narration of fear, despair and hope lead singer Mat Kerekes expels...
Boat bursts open with sharp single, ‘Daddy Issues’, and like a reliable employee delivers big chorus after big chorus.
one great folly after another, hurtling maniacally and out of control, threatening disintegration at every turn.
YARD: Open Air Club returned to Motion, one of the UK's best clubs, for its second successive year with a huge day of dancing in the sunshine, courtesy of some of the finest house and techno selectors.
Los Campesinos! are back and thankfully, they’re on full- throttle form.
Danny Wright, Thomas Hannan and Dave Rowlinson conduct some pretty serious analysis.
There’s not a bum note to be found in these superbly played and recorded nine songs.
It’s hard not to think of Dale as some kind of performance artist. He gives a hundred and ten percent on stage, completely remoulding himself into the persona he portrays in his songs.
Febueder have created somewhat of a mini masterpiece, their four-track debut skewing pop into the most peculiar of realms.
"Gately’s necromancer aesthetic makes sense, given that her production chops are truly their own kind of occult magic – conjured most artfully on 10-minute centrepiece ‘Bracer’"
LiS writers Emma Madden and Charlotte Krol sat down with Danny Wright to talk all things Chris.
It's nothing short of euphoric to witness Peggy Gou’s reinforcement of her position as one of the dancefloor’s greatest interpreters in 2018 and beyond.