Tonight was an unmissable bill for anyone with even a passing interest in first wave grunge.
Thomas Hannan explores the moments of grandeur in ‘Tomorrow’s Harvest’ and wonders whether the drip-feed marketing campaign fuelled fan fare is justified.
Thomas Hannan catches The Melvins and finds them still, thankfully, just doing whatever they want.
Having turned her gaze inwards, Scout Niblett avoids over self-indulgence for a universally appealing yet very personal record.
Sonic onslaught from a different angle, Stefan Burnett delivers a Death Grips set sans drummer Zach Hill.
Deerhunter set up uncharacteristically straightforward confines only to mock their self-set boundaries from within.
From luscious Van Dyke Parks style string arrangements to a combination of shit kicking pop and sultry RnB balladry, the debut album from Marques Toliver is an absolute delight.
A reinterpretation so masterful it almost makes the original sound a little bit hurried.
A grandiose setting provides the perfect setting for the Duluth trio’s new record ‘The Invisible Way’.
Seattle’s experimental hip-hop wizards taken on the Baltimore boys’ Centipede Hz track ‘New Town Burnout’.
Going on the visual evidence presented in ‘Pleased’, Joe Flory – despite going under the pseudonym of Amateur Best – isn’t one for unnecessary self decoration.
A woman of otherworldly perfection and worldly humility, we catch Mrs Carter on her first night’s reign at The O2.
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