It’s with high expectations that the audience awaited Denai Moore's set at Hackney’s Oslo.
Danny Wright gathered Gemma Samways and Thomas Hannan to discuss the band's welcome return.
On Human Ceremony, Sunflower Bean have the perfect remedy for all those wintery indie heartaches
Whilst there were moments of magic tonight, we know that it's just a promise of what's to come.
Suuns’ sonic journey over three albums is an intriguing one: a fascinating story of dissolving sounds and erosion
Their self-penned description of ‘Surf Doom’ seems spot on; a tangled mess of reverb and distortion,
Top-heavy with dense electronica, a subdued sonic sensibility and clean production wrangle sanity back from the brink in a considered second act.
Overall turmoil and chaos was officially the name of the game at the Sebright Arms tonight.
It’s a suitably enthralling ending to the latest attention-grabbing release from a band the pieces of whose puzzle we’re beginning to put together.
Outfit's second full-length Slowness is an album whose clear inventiveness is sometimes smothered by considered sophistication
Apollo Records // July 22nd After years of shame brought on by Geordie Shore, the citizens of Newcastle upon Tyne have reason to rejoice in...
Going by the moniker of Yoke Lore, Brooklyn singer-songwriter Adrian Galvin has managed to impress with atmospheric beats and plush vocals on his latest EP.
As introductions go, it’s more hesitant handshake than warm embrace but that’s okay – against all the odds, sir Was’ indecision makes for some spectacular tunes
We went to see the new Sheffield residents, Fat White Family, road test their evolution as they escape the grip of London-bound addiction with an hour-long performance at The Lexington to kick off their 2019.
On the day that many were trying to grab Radiohead tickets for their tour next year, guitarist Jonny Greenwood was bringing his side project Junun to the Troxy.
Like many of the veteran African artists recently uncovered for wider delectation, Kamal Keila gives good back-story.
Island // 29th July It seems like an awfully long time has passed since Aluna Francis and George Reid emerged online to a cloud of...
The Danish duo marry minimalistic drumbeats under delicate guitar resulting in an ethereal beauty that’s rare to find.
Banjos and close, beautiful harmonies abound, and while it’s hard not to long for the gloomier, stranger side of some of his stellar earlier work, there’s no denying that this is a very gorgeous record.
What is remarkable about Eulogy for Evolution is how contemporary it still sounds.
their ability to make gentle, beautiful yet heavy songs, every track here has something different about it and leaves the listener wanting more