After 21 years Mr. Bungle return in barnstorming fashion.
Emma Ruth Rundle & Thou: May Our Chambers Be Full – “a union for any progressive metal follower to treasure”
Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou combine forces to unleash a stunning debut.
Richard Dawson and Co. continue to explore the oddities of pop music on their latest offering.
“I’m an artist. And I’m a well educated intellectual in disguise as something else.”
Holy Sons’ sensational new album, Raw and Disfigured is set for release this Friday and we talk to Emil Amos in the first part of an exclusive two part feature.
Aaron Turner’s SUMAC returns with more mind-bending interpretations of metal.
Polly Jean Harvey’s “big” album turns 20 and we look at how it’s fared all these years later.
With their second album released this year, the Durham-based four-piece strike gold.
The Liverpool songwriter returns with her third single this year.
The forgetten band of indie-pop are back with new music and a UK tour for September 2021.
With his new single, The Bug returns with a new collaboration in the offing.
Following the release of their debut EP, the Liverpool three-piece return with their funniest cut yet.
With his new album fresh from the pressing plant, we put Sing Leaf’s David Como under the gun with 13 questions.
With another line-up change, the world’s unluckiest band still deliver with their latest opus.
The Chicago underground trio return with the first album in five years.
Former members of Disappears and We Regazzi team up once again for a second helping of splintered noise.
This is an album that deserves your love and needs to be added to your record collection as soon as possible. If this isn’t 2020’s best album I will eat my headphones.
The Charlatans’ Some Friendly 30th anniversary: “a close representation to the very idea of psychedelia”
The ’90s veterans’ debut album turns 30 and via a personal tale, we dissect why it’s stood the test of time.
“The original lockdown earlier this year I found to be as stimulating as it was unusual.”
“Initially it was very difficult to feel positive or creative about anything, it was just such a shock to the system.”
The Greek songstress releases the first single from her forthcoming debut album.
When did you last shout at the TV?
“My god, I do this a lot nowadays.
What’s the best night out you’ve ever had?
“We once drank a bottle of whiskey at the Vogue Ball, jumped on the catwalk and won the freestyle public category”
“The arts are yet again a gaping hole in the government’s plan”
Read on to find out more about coping with lockdown, nettles and stick bombs at school.
Read on to find out more about being told off by your daughter, death threats from America and pissing in water pistols.
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.
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