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IDLES in The Economist


IDLES - feature in The Economist

On “Joy as an Act of Resistance”, their second album, the British band lets loose on immigration, Brexit and class
— The Economist

Joe Talbot from IDLES at Crack Magazine


Joe Talbot from IDLES does a guest blog on the NHS for Crack Magazine

Our mortality is what levels us all. Whether we are the Queen or are homeless we can all get ill or we can all get hit by a bus tomorrow.
— Joe from IDLES

Black Belt Eagle Scout at DIY Magazine


Black Belt Eagle Scout - introducing feature at DIY Magazine

A record that sways between crunchy guitars and softer, more delicate moments, KP draws from her childhood spent in a small Indian reservation in Washington state in her music, melding together themes of frustration and dreaming into her lyrics.
— DIY Magazine

Buke and Gase at The Line Of Best Fit


Buke and Gase new songs featured at The Line Of Best Fit

Brooklyn’s experimental indie duo Buke and Gase are back with “No Land” and “Pink Boots”, their first tracks since 2017’s Arone vs. Aron EP.
— The Line Of Best Fit

The Joy Formidable at Clash


The Joy Formidable - influences feature at Clash

A stirring, inspired record, ‘AAARTH’ arrives shortly - Clash invited Ritzy to name a few key Influences that inspired them along the way...
— Clash



IDLES - 'music with a message' feature on ITV News

While singing in support of the NHS and immigration, their music also deals with mental health, and in particular in their new album ‘Joy As An Act of Resistance’, toxic masculinity.
— ITV News

Black Belt Eagle Scout at The 405


Black Belt Eagle Scout new track at The 405

Just Lie Down’ is certainly caring and healing in its wan and soft vocals - but the guitar line itself is menacing, characterising the underlying discontent.
— The 405

Binker and Moses at Dazed.


Binker and Moses feature at Dazed.

Musicians Moses Boyd and Binker Golding reflect on the significance of the temporarily shuttered venue, which helped usher in the city’s ‘new jazz scene’
— Dazed

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!

Spielbergs track feature at Stereogum


Spielbergs track feature at Stereogum

Oslo power trio Spielbergs play big, heart-on-sleeve guitar-rock with a go-for-broke anthemic intensity. They’re getting ready to unleash their debut EP Distant Star onto the world in April, and its first track is the grandly emotive “We Are All Going To Die,” which will have you either tearing up, punching the sky, or both.
— Stereogum

Gomez debut album reissue at NME


Gomez reissue debut album to mark 20th anniversary - news at NME

The four CD collection will be released on April 18, and features a remastered version of the record, along with 35 previously unreleased tracks including rare demos, BBC sessions and a recording of their Glastonbury set in 1998.

Glen Hansard at The i


Glen Hansard - Street Fighting Man - interview at The i

Success beyond the streets is something that has taken Hansard time to acclimatise to. “Fame is a very complex thing.”
— The i

Jeff Rosenstock at Pitchfork


Jeff Rosenstock - listen to the new album at Pitchfork

Name your price for the record, with a percentage of proceeds going to Puerto Rico relief efforts
— Pitchfork