On his seventh studio album, Yorkston tackles the subject of his daughter’s serious illness; an emotional, and honest rumination on the fragility of parenthood.
Charged with emotion and blossoming dance tunes, Saint Saviour’s Union nevertheless fails to find its feet, often presenting the listener with a difficult concoction of mainstream and alternative.
Mary Epworth speaks to Best Fit about recording her album Dream Life, aspiring for something more and juggling a whirlwind of attention.
Mary Epworth’s debut is inherently shoegaze, but occasional shards of melody filter through the studio ruckus to reveal the jewels of a fairy dust crown.
An album full of glaring mishaps which are thankfully outshone by the album’s genuine fervour for breaking boundaries. Tiffany Daniels reviews.
In the run up to the release of their self-titled debut album, due out on 11 June through Adventure Club Records, Tiffany Daniels speaks to Bear Driver front man Oli Deakin. And as an extra treat, stream the album in full here now!
Tiffany Daniels reviews Sons of Noel and Adrian’s second album Knots, and explains why the band are so much more, beyond the genre that they’ve been assigned to.
“It’s really hard to tell where the gear ends and we begin”, Bear in Heaven’s Jon Philpot takes a break from his US tour to speak to Tiffany Daniels about recording new album I Love You, It’s Cool.
Brian Jonestown Massacre are best known for the notorious behaviour of their front man Anton Newcombe, but as Tiffany Daniels explains, there is more to the band.
Although Kidd occasionally draws from the layered and looped textures she uses live, the composition and tempestuous nature of Little Battles are what make this release interesting. Drawing from sobriety (‘Butterflies’), emotional disconnect (‘Delete’ and ‘Magpie Heart’) and brutally honest confession (‘In This Boat’), even at her most revealing Kidd is an empowering force to be reckoned with.
Pinkunoizu talk amplified violins, bow saws and Japanese pink noise in celebration of the release of their album, Free Time!
Beth Jeans Houghton and The Hooves of Destiny have produced a majestic choral triumph of an album that will get your nerves jangling without bringing a tear to your eye.
- Primavera Sound 2013 stream live performances via Youtube
- Boards of Canada to premiere new music on BBC Radio 1 tonight
- The Flaming Lips to play live on BBC Radio 6 Music tonight
- Angel Haze and Iggy Azalea stream cover of Watch The Throne track ‘Otis’
- Brolin and East India Youth to play free London show next week
- Matthew Dear plots only London date of 2013
- Daft Punk to remix own ‘Random Access Memories’ tracks
- Washed Out announces new album ‘Paracosm’ for August
- Sŵn Festival confirm Deerhunter as first headliners for 2013 event
- CBGB announce 40th anniversary music and film festival