The Stranglers make it to Birmingham after postponements and cancellations. Is this really the last hurrah for the band?
Punk – Like you’ve never heard it before. Perennial offer up a challenge and more.
We welcome Max Clutterbuck of lostboy to At The Barrier as he shares his love of one of the greatest songs ever…Pulp’s Disco 2000.
On a cold Monday night in Glasgow, Svalbard attract a very sizeable and appreciative audience which is a testament to the respect in which this band is held in the metal community.
Second compilation from Warren Records/Warren Youth Project furthers their mental health & music initiative. This is a cause worth supporting.
Masters of Celtic Fusion, The Celtic Social Club, return with expanded UK release of their stunning third album; From Babylon To Avalon.
Levellers return with their first new album proper in eight years. The Brighton folk punks deliver a masterclass with a poignant mesage.
Ganser are a quartet from Chicago. Just Look At That Sky probes the futility of striving for self-growth during these chaotic times.
We recently reviewed Jade Hairpins new album and we’re lucky to have Jonah Falco of the band write for us in the latest Why I Love column about the music of Clifford Brown.
Jade Hairpins, formed out of Canadian hardcore punk band Fucked Up, deliver a hidden gem of 2020.
Sometimes, a record comes along that blows you away but for the life of you, you can’t figure out why other people aren’t raving about it. Our man Sam had a realisation like this over Fair Ohs Everything Is Dancing album.
Dripback have returned, six years after they released Failed Futures in 2014, with Here, Luca tells us how Dystopia, an American hardcore band, inspired him.
Code Orange. They twist the boundaries of dissonance, pulverising your weak human body with sound. Underneath is their 2020 release
Fassine’s track “Whatever It Takes To Help You Sleep” was played as the backdrop to Netflix’s first feature film “Velvet Buzzsaw”, while ”Leaves” was featured on Oprah Winfrey’s Queen Sugar. Here, the band share their love of the mighty XTC for our Why I Love column.
Wrap your ears around a collection of singles from artists spanning indie, reggae, rap, darkwave, punk and folk.