With their debut album, the Nashville trio shine some light during these dark times.
Tell us a secret.
“I can’t cry tears. I still get real stingy when I chop onions and stuff, but no water comes out.”
The Liverpool outsiders unleash hell on their debut studio single.
In or out? IDLES return with their much anticipate third album.
“We tried to launch an album but accidentally blew the house up while we were doing it.”
When punk burst out of London and into the provinces back in the late 70s, a schism developed quite quickly. There seemed to be two ways to go when it came to forming a band. Firstly there was the standard thrash approach popularised by the 2nd wave of punk bands, such as The Lurkers, and […]
The Psychedelic Furs: Made of Rain – “shaking off the burden of nostalgia in favour of pastures afresh”
After years of touring their back catalogue, The Psychedelic Furs return with their first album in 29 years.
Merseyside’s most underrated band release their second single.
Tell us a secret
“White dog dirt is still out on the streets”
Read on to find out more about He Man, cat shit and raving in corduroy.
MJ Guider interview: “I didn’t set out with a specific inspiration for making the record other than my standard compulsion”
We talk to Melissa Guion about open spaces, New Orleans, and her brilliant, far-reaching new album, Sour Cherry Bell.
Tricky: Fall to Pieces – “Time will never fully heal these wounds, but it may make things a little more manageable”
The trip-hop legend’s 14th studio album was born out of the deepest pain.
Wayne Coyne and Co. piece together their most candid album in years.
“Do what you love, everything else is secondary. Money will come and go, unlike time.”
“I’ve been rummaging through boxes containing photos, cassettes and DATs from my Come in Tokio days, laughing, cringing, loving”
When did you last consider quitting social media?
“Approximately 20 minutes ago”
Read on to find out more about coping with lockdown, looking for lizards and being lied to by Rita Ora.
The New York hell-raisers return with their fourth album and their best yet.
Mitternacht interview: “we’re only ever going to do anything about climate change if we spend more time outdoors”
We talk to the Liverpool-based experimental artist, Jonny Davis Le Brun, about his new album, Bask.
As the song nears it conclusion, you notice that it has grown, slowly into a shimmering wall of beautiful noise.
The Liverpool experimental collective release their most emotional piece of work yet.
Secret Machines: Awake in the Brain Chamber – “Paranoid snapshots make way for something truly candid”
Brandon Curtis and Josh Garza return with a long-awaited Secret Machines LP.
The Norwegian titans return, bending the mind more than ever.
Former members of Pill unveil a new version of punk with their debut outing.
Legend has it that the band were existing on an average of two hours sleep a night during the recording. Something that Bilinda Butcher says contributed to the album’s dream-like sounds and the almost there quality of the vocals .
Sometimes, Barrett was simply not able to function as a live musician, to the extent of being unable to even hold a plectrum.
The Lousville collective return with their first album in five years.
Members of Swans and Cop Shoot Cop team up to make a cauldron of white noise on their debut release.
The No-Man singer returns with his sixth solo album and second in as many years.
Bruce Springsteen attempts to capture his latest album Western Stars on film and we see whether it lives up to the billing.
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