No Rome a.k.a. Rome Gomez burst onto the scene in 2018 with dreamy breakout track…
Signed onto Mark Ronson’s Zelig Music record label, the popstar is tipped for a big 2019.
The Edge’s List of 2019 continues with dream pop act The Japanese House.
The South London punk revival band lead the charge for our most anticipated new artists of 2019.
Amber-Louise takes a look at BBC’s Sound of 2019 ahead of our own List of 2019’s release.
Jack Nash takes a look at some interesting re-imaginings of popular songs as part of our continued alternative coverage.
As part of our continued alternative coverage, Jed Wareham explores what the term ‘indie’ means nowadays and reflects on the changes the genre has undergone.
Weekly records round-ups are back with a bang in 2019.
Stop making sense with these peculiar and otherworldy listening experiences courtesy of the internet’s pickiest music community.
Following their album released at the tail-end of 2018, Ollie Webber explores how Muse have changed for the worse in recent years.
Struggling to find something to listen to now BMTH have gone soft? Jack Nash has a list of bands you should be checking out if you liked old school BMTH.
Quite how everyone seemed to love these songs back in the day I’m not entirely sure.
Mainstream music is often dismissed as generic and boring, lacking any real substance, but is it really all that bad?
The Japanese House’s debut album will have you falling for Amber Bain’s music.