A very brief introduction into the sinister but captivating dark side of vaporwave.
An introduction to Manchester’s alternative-rock trio Doves, featuring profile, discography and playlist.
An introduction to Motown Records, to mark its 60th anniversary.
To mark the 20th anniversary of the release of their debut album ‘Hope Is Important’, we present an introduction to Scottish indie cult heroes Idlewild, featuring discography and Spotify playlist.
A very brief introduction to the vast world of vaporwave.
An introduction to Saint Etienne, one of Britain’s classiest indie-pop institutions, featuring profile, playlist and discography.
Ten years after the release of their final album ‘Icky Thump’, we look at the discography and legacy of The White Stripes.
The first of a regular series profiling women in rock, indie and pop, we look at Amanda F***ing Palmer and what makes her so cool.
by Ed Biggs Few bands from the indie explosion in Britain during the 1980s were, and remain, as iconic and impenetrably mysterious as Cocteau Twins. Formed in Grangemouth in Scotland in the early 1980s, the three-piece of singer Liz Fraser, guitarist Robin Guthrie and bassist Will Heggie (replaced by Simon Raymonde in 1983) sounded quite unlike anything else on the indie scene during the fertile ‘80s, and the curious magic they
by Ed Biggs Much more than most reunions, the return of Sleater-Kinney in 2015 after nearly a decade on hiatus didn’t just feel right, it felt necessary. When they called it a day in 2006 shortly after their excellent seventh album The Woods, singer-guitarist Corin Tucker, guitarist Carrie Brownstein and drummer Janet Weiss had built up a bulletproof reputation, with a substantial cult fanbase and enough critical praise to match some