By playing DIY show after DIY show, the Manhattan trio are breathing life into a music city determined to knock itself down.
Listen to a guest selection from PRAH, the Margate label who’ve released music by Oliver Coates and Bryce Hackford.
Award-winning producer talks to Greg Cochrane about the 15th anniversary of his debut LP ‘Opalescent’, meditation, dodgy vodka, Brian Eno and the health of London’s nightlife.
Check out the latest song to come off his debut album ‘Borderland State’.
Each month Reef Younis explores the truth behind whether movie stars can ever really make decent music.
In case you missed all the back and forth on Frank Ocean’s second album, Katie Beswick has mapped it out for you.
The Long Island duo are brothers Michael and Brian D’Addario Their influences are as mad as their wardrobe.
‘If you’re in a band and you’re trying to please everyone then you are doing something wrong.’
Anika’s 2010 debut album was an outstanding underground record. In a bid to push her creativity the nomadic songwriter’s traveled to Iran and Germany, eventually forming a new project in Mexico.
The first proper track from the 21-year-old Londoner is great.
“The celebrity that pissed you off the most even though you’ve never met them? Lars Ulrich.”
Run The Jewels’ El-P steps in on production duties for this fifth album from the British band.
The soundtrack to the 1969 cult surf movie ‘Evolution’ by Australian psychedelic rockers gets a rerelease.
A woozy new release from the San Fransisco indie rock group.
Guitarist in hardcore punk band Muck takes a step in a very different direction.