Album Review: Vampire Weekend - Father of the Bride
'Father of the Bride' is a whole load of fun that sees group ditch their preppy wallflower status.
Fresher Sounds – The best new music – 29/04/19
From noise-pop to MC remixes, this week's new music has got you covered.
Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 25/03/19
This week's picks include electro pop, LA jazz and fiery bops.
Festival Preview: All Points East 2019
London's ten-day festival returns to Victoria Park with a multi-flavoured lineup.
Festival Preview: AMP London 2019
4 days of music discovery and discussion is coming to the capital.
Women in Music: An interview with Ella Nosworthy, Creative Director of Nozstock Festival
We talk motherhood, sustainablity, and equality with Nozstock Festival's Creative Director and Co-Ordinator.
Album Review: Solange - When I Get Home
An exploration of origin through soulful melodies and featured collaborators.
Album Review: The Japanese House - Good at Falling
A dream-pop staple.
The resurgence of vinyl and cassette tapes is shaping the UK's listening habits
Analogue formats are no longer generationally-bound as they spin in the bedrooms of a new group of music fans.
''The term ‘indie’ and the music attributed to it needed a renaissance''.
Fresher Sounds - The best new music - 11/02/19
The latest influx of the best new music, handpicked by us.
Hear This: Foals - Exits
Foals premiere first unorthodox offering from 'Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost'.
Live Review: The 1975 @ The O2, London, 18/01/19
With a new cohort of dancers, treadmills and iPhone projections, The 1975 strive for zeitgeist as their UK tour reaches London.
These are the UK's hotspots for music, performing & visual arts
British creative industries made a record contribution to the economy in 2018.
Hear This: Cub Sport - Summer Lover
Summer nostalgia leads the Australian quartet's latest release.
Hannah Browne's Best Singles of 2018
Hannah Browne looks back on the ten singles she's spent the most time with this year.
Album review: The 1975 - A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships
While confusing at times, The 1975's new album encapsulates the perplexing 21st century.