Album Review: Sheer Mag – Need To Feel Your Love

‘Need to Feel Your Love’ is a debut showcasing not only Sheer Mag’s prolific experience from their time governing the American DIY punk scene, but also their open influence from funk and pop in conjunction with...

Album Review: VANT – DUMB BLOOD

Signing to Parlophone Records just one year after forming, indie rockers VANT – who describe themselves as “citizens of planet Earth” – will release DUMB BLOOD at what feels like a fitting time. The four-pie...

Album Review: Sampha – Process

The mononymous Sampha Sisay has been somewhat of a musical pawn until now. Long-awaited - the aptly titled Process is here to prove that he can reign confidently as a solo artist. Emerging on the scene in 20...

Album Review: Aquilo – Silhouettes

With damp and dull indie pop flooding our ears everyday, Aquilo (Ben Fletcher and Tom Higham) rise above the waves of dreary psychedelia with gracious delicacy. Hailing from the village of Silverdale just ou...

EP Review: FLIIIS – MAKE ME CRY x FUGA x DAZE BLVD

Art-pop duo FLIIIS behold a concoction of haunting tracks, and their newest release MAKE ME CRY x FUGA x DAZE BLVD, out January 21, carries on this tradition, being executed with a fine attention to detail. ...

The 10 biggest moments from Glastonbury 2016

It's over for another year and we're already missing jumping about in the rain and mud. Glastonbury 2016 threw up another treat of a festival with just about as many talking points as any other year. We've nail...

Live At Leeds Review

What were you doing ten years ago? I was shuffling between The Hoosiers and Alphabeat on my iPod nano without a care in the world about the wave of new British bands breaking through at the time. Thankfully...