‘Conceptual Romance’ is the second track to emerge from her new album ‘Blood Bitch’ out in September.
Each month Reef Younis explores the truth behind whether movie stars can ever really be in good bands.
A new feature where we hand over the playlist keys to the people who we think are good.
Former Vampire Weekend man and The Walkmen singer have teamed up – and it’s good.
London’s Royal Opera House isn’t used to performances like this.
‘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.
“We don’t really belong in any sort of box or follow any tradition…”
The Australian sleaze-pop singer puts on a theatrical performance in the clip for his latest track.
‘Spooky Lover’ now has a dark accompanying video, watch it below.
A pastoral eight-part album from french artist Baptiste Martin, constructed from field recordings and Amerindian flute samples.
Having taken time off for Death From Above 1979, the Canadian electronic duo reunite for an ultimately disappointing third album.
New Orleans’ Melissa Guion used to operate as a solo artist, now with two additional members they’ve recorded this sonically hazy debut album.
Natasha Khan picks songs for ‘The Bride’s’ wedding reception, happening at End of the Road festival in September.