We return to the streets of Newark through the eyes of a young Anthony Soprano.
Relive one of the highlights of the return to gigging so far this year.
We talk to the Australian duo about their second album of 2021.
The experimental touchstone delivers yet again with ‘Shades’.
The Liverpool odyssey return with their finest LP in years.
We talk to Odd Beholder’s Daniela Weinmann on the back of her brilliant new LP, ‘Sunny Bay’.
The North West experimentalists combine for one of the releases of the year.
The New York trio are joined by an all-star cast in honour of Louisville musician and ex-Eleventh Dream Day guitarist, Wink O’Bannon.
Experimental stalwarts, Jamie Stewart and Lawrence English, revel in the darkness.
In the second part of our two part feature, the Cambridge-based pair about talk about John Cage, Cocteau Twins, and more.
We talk to Activity, one of the finest bands to emerge from the chaos of the last 18 months.
The Montréal collective are back with their most though-provoking release yet.
With their Liverpool visit a week away, the Galway rockers take part in our all important 13 questions.
The Oakland collective return after a five year absence,
We talk to Berlin’s darkwave duo ahead of their Liverpool debut Liverpool show.
We talk to Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang about lockdown, songwriting, and their fantastic new album, ‘A Sky Record’.
“Life didn’t end the night Eric’s closed down”
The criminally overlooked band celebrates a timely reissue.
“All the feedback we’ve had from the record has been great, it’s just that we could do with millions more people hearing it”
The pair share the third single from their forthcoming album.
Two of the heaviest bands on Earth unite for something at the opposite end of the spectrum.
What words of warning would you give your younger self? “Just calm the fuck down man.”
Featuring Suuns, King Woman, Walt McClements, Mabe Fratti, Wolves In The Throne Room, Tropical Fuck Storm, and many many.
Roy Bayfield previews two local gigs for the Canadian Noiseniks The Burning Hell as the ‘Third Time’s a Charm’ tour takes in Ormskirk and Liverpool.
The Sydney punk trio partake in our 13 Questions feature to coincide with the release of their new album.
Patrick R. Pärk continues his blinding run of form with BTP’s latest LP.
The rising post-punk collective return with more new music in 2021.
The Canadian collaboration expands on the beauty of psychedelia.
The Melbourne rockers nod to their country’s classic rock roots, while showing that they can keep up the pace.
Smoke Bellow interview: “Making music is primarily a vehicle to allow us to engage in the conversation”
We talk to the Baltimore-based Australian outfit about their fantastic new LP, ‘Open For Business’.
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