The product of an unlikely collaboration with Fuck Buttons’ Andrew Hung, the Norfolk singer’s seventh album explores a captivating new territory.
FINALLY the wait is over. Loud And Quiet tote bags now exist. What a time to be alive… and be in need of a bag.
Guia Cortassa argues, more than those releases ‘Pet Sounds’ deserves all the praise it’s been getting half a century later.
You know the drill: Brighton, fish and chips, cans of lager and hundreds of new bands.
It’s the line-up of the summer, so we’ve recruited some guest writers to supply their tips.
It’s almost a minor miracle that one of New Zealand’s finest musical exports are still here. Founding member Martin Phillipps talks about their cult status, performing summer shows and how they’ve made their best new music four decades into their career.
Olga Bell found inspiration for her new album by going clubbing alone. In the early hours she’d return to the Brooklyn apartment she shares with her boyfriend, where she wrote ‘Tempo’.
A rare interview with the Horror Master and iconic composer who, at the age of 68, is going on tour for the first time. John Carpenter tells James F. Thompson all about his “second chapter”.
‘The Holy Bible’ might always be considered The Manic Street Preachers’ defining album, but Reef Younis revisits his personal discovery of the Welsh band’s breakthrough moment.
If you heard Anika back in 2010 you’ll remember her. Here’s a new track from her new band Exploded View.
Something of a U-turn: Her last album was a Russian-language folk record, ‘Tempo’ is a dance album born out of New York’s vibrant club scene.
The second album from the Brighton dream-pop band distinguishes them from a crowd of artists doing similar things.
Kristin Gundred from Dum Dum Girls has rebranded herself as a theatrical pop solo artist – it’s a convincing new guise.
“We chose the following songs because they are lovely.” GOAT’s playlist of obscure ’60s pop, rock and jazz is, of course, brilliantly fuzzy.