There’s always been something about Kaleem but tonight it’s clear this could be his year.
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.
Fatai is one of the few artists who manage to make the show about the audience, and not about herself. We went to see her live at the Borderline.
"With featured artists Shane Eagle, Tomi Agape, and Amaarae all coming on stage to join a victorious looking Santi who asked the crowd to go crazy for this one, mosh pits were formed and gun fingers were skanked" - we review Santi's debut London show.
Spectrals - Sob Story Wichita // June 3rd Spectrals (Louis Jones to his friends) fluttered into shot a couple of years ago boasting an array of...
Fortuna Pop! // September 9th Working quietly under the radar for the past few years, eager ears have finally started pricking up for Joanna Gruesome...
Apart from a growing maturity and confidence as a band, in many ways the foursome are still very much working within their trademark sound
Teeth Dreams delivers everything we’ve come to expect: it’s about as surprising as watching a rerun of Friends, but as deeply comforting too.
Schenke has brought a buoyant, beefy clout to Mazes’ most cohesive collection yet.
Second Comin' feels a smidgen disjointed, but it's likely, however, that you'll be dancing far too hard to care
Strip ‘Music In Exile’ of all context and what’s left is a funky, fiery, addictive record
If you’re looking for your new favourite punk band, then you’ve probably found them
The Parrots are blessing our ears with the kind of endearing grit and edginess that will bring this burgeoning Madrid scene to a wider audience still
Mondanile takes us on a journey that at it’s core is about love, from its honeymoon beginnings to its inevitable end.
None of that can take away from the undeniable wit of this band, and even in the most unremarkable phases of this record they display a knack for making their personality shine through.
Bursting out of Leicester in a shower of squall drenched reverb, Lusts are an amalgamation of every different indie cornerstone from the past thirty years
City Sun Eater In The River Of Light reaffirms the band hasn’t run out of steam yet, instead emphasising and improving on their best elements
This is an intriguing and entertaining first full-length offering, but one which feels more like a prologue, not quite chapter one.
If there’s any small comfort to be taken from this music, it’s that if you too are paralysed by the inescapable shiteness of everything, ANOHNI knows how you feel
Big Oil Records - June 24th Like Joy Division and Gang of Four before them, Less Win have the knack for reflecting the kind of...
Pretty Years finds Cymbals Eat Guitars continuing their journey as one of the best rock acts around