Megan Frost reviews Nick Mulvey’s latest single.
Rhian Hutchings shares the music that reminds her of life outside lockdown.
Francis Trouble is the fourth solo album from The Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., who was the first of the band to pursue a separate career alongside The Strokes with the release of Yours to Keep back in 2006. Since then he has followed up with ¿Cómo Te Llama? and Momentary Masters, and Francis Trouble […]
He is back. The man from Portico Quartet. The guy who gave us ‘Fever to the Form’ and ‘Curcurucu’. It is the one and only Nick Mulvey. Three years it has been since his debut album, First Mind, was released, and since then not only did he tour for two years, but he had a […]
Empty Orchestra is the debut album from Adore//Repel, a four-piece band from West Yorkshire. They describe their sound as post-hard-core, shoegaze, instrumental music and this is one of the most unusual and exciting things about them: that in their music they heavily emphasise the instrumentals rather than the vocals. The real heart of their music […]
Catfish and the Bottlemen Exeter Great Hall 28 October 2015 It is a testament to how far Catfish and the Bottlemen have come as a band that, just two years ago the Welsh quartet played at one of Exeter’s smallest venues, The Cavern, to a crowd of barely 50 hardcore fans. Last month, the band […]
Art Garfunkel The Royal Albert Hall 21/09/15 There’s a certain peculiarity that comes with seeing a sixties icon in their old age performing in 2015. Whether it’s Paul McCartney, The Stones, The Who, or The Beach Boys, young people (and I am not innocent of this either) seem to display a certain level […]