With the release of the 1975’s new album, let’s have a look at the label that started it all.
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Kiera Gormley reviews the incredible mix of performances showcased on the winter Dirty Hit Tour at The Joiners, Southampton.
Kiera Gormley previews the upcoming, sold out Dirty Hit Tour stop off at Southampton’s The Joiners, and what to expect from the three talented artists; Beabadoobee, No Rome and Oscar Lang.
The first album in five years from the R&B virtuoso is a “breathtaking album of astounding clarity and depth,” according to Records Editor-elect Sam Law.
Sophie Trenear reviews the Baltimore band’s new sound.
Will The Punisher finally comes out of Marvel’s shelf as a feature? That’s what Ben Robins hope as he looks at Phil Joanou’s short.
Aggression and artistry in equal measure – how The White Stripes finally exploded into the mainstream with their stunning third album.
Mr. White eschews the usual spectacle of arena gigs to put on a performance that thrives solely on music and showmanship.
A Broadway and West End classic makes its way to the Southampton Mayflower.
Records Editor Alice Fortt takes us through this weeks tunes!
Live editor Jo Lisney is here with the latest indie LP to hit the scene; beabadoobee’s Fake It Flowers.
The Japanese House’s new vibey collab with Justin Vernon gets 4 stars from Georgie.
Take a look at some of Records Editor Alice’s tracks of the week