The US is currently churning out many of our favourite bands, and they’re coming from an unlikely place. Clearly there’s something in the Philadelphia water.
Oh, Twin Atlantic. What a year it’s been.
The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die followed up their debut this year with a record that defies pigeonholes.
Baroness have been through more to get to their fourth album than most, and they’re champing at the bit.
Norwegian pop-rock outfit Slutface are already making waves on our shores.
When it comes to where they go next, Donovan Wolfington want to keep things interesting.
Line up changes, tours, a new album – 2015 has been a non-stop year for Death Cab For Cutie.
Lonely The Brave only released their debut last year, but the follow up’s been a longtime in the making…
Rock? Indie? When you’ve had the year Wolf Alice have, genre boundaries don’t matter.
Since returning from hiatus, Fall Out Boy haven’t played it safe. Dominating airwaves, the kings of rock radio reign once more.
Birmingham noise-punk trio Youth Man have plans of epic proportions.
2015 saw Philadelphia’s Hop Along release their second album, and one of our favourites of the year, ‘Painted Shut’. We caught up with them to talk more.
Since dropping their debut album last November, PVRIS have been heading to the top at warp speed. With a massive UK headline tour to come in 2016, Ali Shutler gets up close and personal with the
It’s our biggest issue yet. Literally – we’ve had to add more pages!