On their third album ‘Acts Of Fear And Love’, Slaves update their template and produce their most emotionally honest and thorough work to date.
While the intensity, shock tactics and style fusion is still intact, Death Grips’ sixth album ‘Year Of The Snitch’ veers close to the conventional in some places.
Johnny Marr’s latest solo album ‘Call The Comet’ sees the iconic guitarist get back to basics with an entertaining if sometimes samey collection.
What we got up to at the 2018 edition of Wakefield’s ever-impressive Long Division Festival.
Josh Tillman’s fourth Father John Misty album ‘God’s Favorite Customer’ marks a new chapter in his career, channelling his wit and self-deprecation into his most emotionally brutal record yet.
Echo & The Bunnymen’s prestigious canon of indie classics took on a new lustre with an orchestrated performance at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall.
Four-song EP ‘The Long Sleep’ is a curious but sadly uneven addition to Jenny Hval’s catalogue.
Parquet Courts’ fifth album ‘Wide Awake!’ is the boldest record they’ve made so far, both musically bold and unambiguously political.
The 2018 edition of Wakefield’s Long Division Festival reaches its peak on Saturday June 2nd – here’s a sneak peek of what to expect!
The risky sonic gamble made on ‘Beyondless’ pays off handsomely, resulting in the most consistent, dark and heavy Iceage album so far.