Alex Smith reviews the “artfully disjointed” preview of the band’s new EP.
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Writer Navi reviews the latest single from Welsh foursome Catfish and The Bottlemen, in the run-up to their second album.
Records Editor Amy takes gives us a track-by-track review of Bloc Party’s Hymns ahead of its release on 29th January.
Ahead of the nomination announcement on Friday 16th October, The Edge has put together a Mercury Prize list of our own.
If you’re someone who frequents the Southampton live music scene, you’ve probably already heard of…
Synth pop duo Hurts have revealed new details for their new album, Surrender.
Will and Sian discuss what up and coming artists will be getting their attention this festival Season.
“What cannot be denied are the ideas, and styles used have altered the musical landscape for good.” – Kash Singh reviews.
Fast, fun and impossible to get out of your head, The Vaccines return with a track that’s bonkers and brilliant in equal measure.
Portsmouth Guildhall played host to chart-smashing Example who did not disappoint.
Wonder Where We Land is the second studio album from London-based Aaron Jerome, formally known…
The Sheffield-born band released their third studio album, Humbug, in the UK on 24th August 2009.
“That rock ‘n’ roll, eh?”, Alex Turner once spoke; his hair full of Brylcreem and…