It’s been a long time coming… After half a year away, weekly records roundups are finally back.
We run down who’s on the festival billing and why you should be excited for this year’s Community Festival.
Tash Williamson reviews Glasgow’s first TRNSMT festival back in 2017.
Everything you need to know about the gang’s February 20th gig at Southampton’s Engine Rooms.
Blossoms came to the south coast in early December. All they did was play a few songs. They just did it very well.
Foo Fighters, The 1975, Post Malone, and Twenty One Pilots have been announced as the Reading and Leeds festival headliners this year.
Records Editor-elect Sam Law takes a look at three of the biggest albums of the month in the latest round-up of everything new in music.
Harry Fortuna reviews the quintet’s first taster of their upcoming album.
Corrie David takes you through the headliners announced for The Isle of Wight Festival’s 50th anniversary.
Ivan Morris Poxton reviews Glastonbury 2017, featuring Lorde, Ed Sheeran and Rag ‘N’ Bone Man.
The Stone Roses take on Wembley as part of their five date arena tour (17/06/17).
James Barker reviews Friday at Newquay’s Boardmasters, featuring Catfish and the Bottlemen and Chase and Status.
Alex Smith reviews the Stockport band’s debut, a self-titled “smörgåsbord.”
This week sees new releases from Banks, Galantis, Sam Bailey, and more.