Category: Features

INTERVIEW: Courts

We’ve been following Basildon band Courts for a while now and each time they release a new single, we’re consistently impressed by the feel-good, original nature of their tunes. ‘True Say’ is their latest offering, and it’s another humble, high energy track that…

INTERVIEW: Simon Fowler of Ocean Colour Scene

After a busy year in 2016 celebrating the 20th Anniversary of break-through album Moseley Shoals, Ocean Colour Scene are gearing up for the festival season including a headline show at Liverpool’s Hope & Glory Festival, before heading back down to…

Festival Guide: Visions 2017

Name: Visions Festival Where: Various venues, London Fields When: 5th August 2017 Headliners: Jenny Hval, Liars, Blanck Mass, Frankie Cosmos Also Featuring: Sophie, Shame, Noga Erez, Happyness, Goat Girl, Amber Arcades, Wolf Eyes, Ider, Marie Davidson A Brief History: Back for…

PREVIEW: Liverpool Sound City

Its been 10 years since Sound City first appeared on the musical event’s map, but only recently has it firmly cemented itself as one of the best inner city festivals in the country. Taking place at the Clarence Dock in…

INTERVIEW: Adam Naas

Adam Naas might just be the most personable artist I’ve had the pleasure of interviewing. When I arrived at Rich Mix in Shoreditch on Wednesday night (doused in a healthy amount of rain) I knew only a handful of his songs, but…

PLAYLIST: May 2017

We’re mid-way through May and we’re excited to share some of our favourite tunes with you this month. It’s an eclectic mix featuring industrial rockers Hate Vessel, the excellent Chastity Belt, a new one from Harry Styles, and a Grandaddy…

COMPETITION: Win a copy of new vinyl compilation ‘Indie Anthems’

On 26th May, Demon Music Group will release ‘Indie Anthems’. Spanning four decades, this vinyl indie compilation brings together many classics of the alternative genre, including ‘Here Comes Your Man’ (Pixies), ‘Movin’ On Up’ (Primal Scream). ‘Fools Gold’ (Stone Roses), ‘Trash’…

Festival Guide: M.I.A’s Meltdown Festival

Name: Meltdown Festival Where: Southbank Centre, London When: 9th – 18th June 2017 Headliners: M.I.A, Young Fathers, Soulwax, Afrikan Boy Also Featuring: J.D. Samson, Crystal Castles, Mykki Blanco, Princess Nokia, Young M.A A Brief History: Southbank Centre’s annual Meltdown festival has been running since 1993…

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