Nadine Shah’s politically and socially on-point third album ‘Holiday Destination’ should see her access a wider audience.
TCFN is in no way the worst album ever, but it is the worst album Liars have released, whether it be through its deliberately painful drones and grating textures, or just poor songwriting Andrew has made a huge misstep on this record.
Three years after she quit Crystal Castles, Alice Glass drops a six-track solo EP that contains few traces of her previous work.
The frontwoman of Blondie and a rock icon in her own right, we look at Debbie Harry for this month’s Women In Rock feature.
As we enter the second half of 2017, our staff reveal their personal musical highlights of the year so far – and what we’re still looking forward to!
The former Gossip frontwoman releases her debut solo album ‘Fake Sugar’, but it fails to live up to past glories.
Following two immensely promising albums of prickly indie, Chastity Belt’s third LP unfortunately lands with a thud of disappointment.
The third edition of our Women In Rock series looks at the iconic Kathleen Hanna – a figurehead of Riot Grrrl and the founder of Bikini Kill, Le Tigre and The Julie Ruin.
‘Pollinator’ stays true to Blondie’s classic sound while keeping it relevant and fresh for 2017, and shows there’s plenty of life in the band yet.
Our monthly Women In Rock feature looks at PJ Harvey as her debut album ‘Dry’ celebrates its 25th anniversary.