Tancred new album review at Upset


Tancred new album ‘Nightstand’ review at Upset

The result is a masterclass in pacing and storytelling, with Abbott orchestrating a world where pop and purpose live together in perfect harmony.
— Upset

Idles new video at DIY


Idles new video for huge comeback single ‘Colossus’ at DIY

IDLES are back! After getting its first play on Steve Lamacq’s BBC Radio 6 Music show just now, the band have shared a new video for huge comeback single ‘Colossus’.

Ondt Blod at Clash


Ondt Blod on the rights of the Sami people at Clash

For centuries the nation states around Sápmi; Norway, Sweden, Russia, tried to dominate the Sami people; with bibles and swords, and through racist legislation and assimilation in the 19th and 20th century.
— Clash

Movements at Kerrang!


Movements give a run through of their live gear set-up at Kerrang!

It’s a fascinating insight and exactly the kind of thing we just don’t often get to see yet we take for granted when we go see bands live.
— Kerrang!

Johnny Borrell track premiere at NME


Johnny Borrell new solo track ‘My World, Your Life’ premiere at NME

Taking in West African, South American, Celtic, Basque and British influences, the sound is what Borrell calls “Atlantic music, influenced by both Atlantic coasts”.

YOWL new single shared at DIY


YOWL new single ‘Warm (in the Soft White Fire of Modern Living)’ shared at DIY

The band’s first new material of the year, is a gorgeously uninhibited thrash, and a significantly brighter offering than we’ve seen before.

The Get Up Kids at NME


The Get Up Kids new EP review at NME

The Get Up Kids have announced new material – their first for seven years – in the form of a new EP and cracking new single ‘Maybe’.

Tancred new album news at DIY


Tancred new album news at DIY

Her new collection ‘Nightstand’ is out on 1st June through Hand In Hive/ Polyvinyl and comes after Jess Abbott experienced a blossoming into a more confident person, but one that came with an unexpected side-effect.

Soho Rezanejad feature at FACT

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Soho Rezanejad artist feature at FACT

The glossy, sci-fi-esque album art features a female figure who looks like she’s just stepped out of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, mirroring the album’s retro-futuristic production and distorted robotic vocals.