Always a hotbed of fresh and diverse musical product, Sweden brings us yet another solid release this year in the form of ShapeShiftingAliens debut self-titled album
Ummagma’s music is fascinating in its post-genre nature, embodying grace and change, familiarity and exploration, emotion and euphoria, as well as cinematic highs and intimate lows.
Bielik’s doistintcive vocals clash with brooding percussion and crying guitar work to create an immense wall of gloom and darkness.
This year marks the 11th anniversary of the festival and promises to be the biggest yet. The four stages of music are obviously the biggest draw to fans, but beyond that there’s an outdoor cinema and a vast comedy line-up.
Weekend Recovery are one of the hardest working garage rock bands on the UK DIY scene – seemingly constantly on tour, based between Leeds...
David Edwards casts his eyes ahead to celebrating 50 years since the Apollo moon landings this July in the sumptuous, beautiful and cerebrally-stimulating environment...
a calming moment in the middle of the usual chaos.
Billowing vocal patterns weave intricate stories between shimmering guitar crescendos, cascading synths and mathematical percussion.
Experimental slide guitarist Geiger von Müller is set to premiere his brand new album Teddy Zer & Kwands on Boxing Day, 26 December.
Working as a foursome has bred new life into the Radio Europa project
The Northern modern day troubadour who encapsulates the spirit of mouthy forerunners John Cooper Clarke, Mark E Smith and Jason Williamson of the Sleaford Mods
What can a poor boy (girl) do in these chaotic and filthy times but be a street cleaning, non plastic, pretty sober, eco conscious man...’
Big, gritty, alternative rock compared to the likes of Dream Wife and Wolf Alice,...
his death represents a further conclusion of the spirit of rebellion, musical anarchy and socially conscious satire that blossomed in the hippy era and crystallised in punk a decade later.
To coincide with the release of GUO4 (out today via Mute) GUO (Daniel Blumberg...