Stormzy condemns the NME for using his image on the cover of their "Depression: it's time to talk" issue in social media rant
Having previously seen Get Inuit play live, I had a good idea as to what I was getting myself in for. The self-proclaimed “dirty pop” band even exceeded my expectations and bought more personality to the stage than I’d imagined.
Call it pandering to the crowd or a shameless way to get free promotion, it is nonetheless a solid fact that Galactic Empire can call themselves the world’s first touring Star Wars cover band
Tonight is a special show for Southampton’s thriving music scene. It marks the triumphant return of goth-punk hometown heroes Creeper who are currently touring their debut album Eternity In Your Arms.
Perhaps one of the most important artists right now in the UK LGBTQ+ music scene, Seafoal explores a whole new realm of alternative dream pop.
Words by Jack Webb The Menzingers After The Party 03/02/17 Epitaph Records It is rare that an album comes along that fully encapsulates an emotion. An album that can carve narrative and musicality together in flowing arcs effortlessly. An album that speaks to you, more than just in passing, but one that can dig down... Continue Reading →
Growing up in Chicago and moving away with her mum because of her dad’s drinking problem when she was just a little girl, you could say K.Flay has lived through some hard times.