IDLES Slow it Down with New Single ‘A Hymn’

IDLES have released their new single 'A Hymn' from the upcoming album, Ultra Mono. The new ballad-like track reveals a softer side to the band. ‘A Hymn’ shows how adept they are at opening up and connecting on...

Album Review: The Beths – Jump Rope Gazers

The Beths set the world alight with their impressive debut, Future Me Hates Me, in 2018. This has naturally led to added pressure for the follow up. After 18 months of touring the world with this blistering deb...

Album Review: Skott – Always Live for Always

Always Live for Always, the awe-inspiring debut from Pauline Skött (known as Skott) is a record about rediscovering who you are, what you are capable of, and unbolting the chains of your past. The album includ...
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Album Review: Bugeye – Ready Steady Bang

Croydon based disco-punks, Bugeye, release their debut album, Ready Steady Bang, on 10 July via independent label Reckless Yes. The Paul Tipler (Idlewild, Elastica, LIINES) produced album has so far been pr...

Album Review: Jehnny Beth – TO LOVE IS TO LIVE

When Camille “Jehnny Beth” Berthomier, performs with Savages, she is renowned for a dedication to provoke and disrupt perceptions of music as an art form. A theme unequivocally continuing into her solo career. ...