Howling Bells return from the (not so literal) desert with perhaps their most assured and interesting album to date
4th times a charm for the once much-hyped band. Heartstrings is an aptly titled collection...Read more
Chilli's guitarist John Frusciante releases 11th solo album, Enclosure.
Enclosure was written, produced, performed and engineered by Frusciante in his Los...Read more
Tonic Fold deliver the future of classical crossover with 'The Violent Language of Portraits'
Classical crossover is a minefield. Despite widespread commercial success, it generally...Read more
Hamilton Leithauser steps out from the shadows of The Walkmen on a debut that dazzles
Infused with a playful exuberance and lightness that wasn't necessary The Walkman's...Read more
Say 'Hey' to New York City's Incendiary Electro-rapper Le1f
Lets get this out of the way straight away Le1fs new EP ‘Hey’ is addictive to say the...Read more
Klaxons are back with their third album, ‘Love Frequency’.
Again exploring the boundaries between British electro-pop and indie rock, creating...Read more
Debut album from Teleman builds rather than rests on former glories
There's little looking back as ex-Pete and the Pirates stalwarts are reborn as Teleman ...Read more
‘RIDE A WAVE, FROM OUR BIRTH TO THE GRAVE’: JAMES’ NEW ALBUM ‘LA PETITE MORT’ TAKES US ON A JOURNEY
I wouldn’t call myself a hardcore fan of the Manchester 7-piece indie rock group James,...Read more
The second album from LA-based collective Grouplove finally gets its UK release.
Grouplove follow-up 2011's highly successful Never Trust a Happy Song with a...Read more
Psychedelic shoegazers Echo &The Bunnymen release astonishing new album, Meteorites
Scouse-formed rock band, Echo & The Bunnymen (EATB), have been a critically acclaim...Read more