Check out the first batch of our favourite albums from 2015. They’re all killer.
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
Coheed and Cambria are trying something new – but which way will they go?
With their Deluxe reissue of their most recent album out today, Mike Duce is ready to go heavier.
A little bit of hope has helped Nathan Williams create what could well be Wavves’ best record yet.
Bruising and Los Campesinos! go head to head before their UK tour.
Exeter trio Muncie Girls are trying to encourage a new generation of teenagers.
Boston Manor, Funeral For A Friend, Hindsights and Night Verses explain why you should care that Glassjaw are back.
ROAM frontman Alex Costello spills the beans on the band’s debut.
Andrew Falco on mclusky*, Future of the Left’s new album, and his love for Christian Fitness.
Pennsylvania singer/songwriter Kiley Lotz has formed her debut from some wonderfully diverse influences.
Is he Busted’s Charlie Simpson, or Fightstar’s? After influencing a generation of young music fans, maybe we should give him a chance to be both.
What’s Charlie Simpson up to these days? Some of “the best shit” Fightstar have ever done, apparently.
Co-vocalist Becky Blomfield and producer Neil Kennedy fill us in on Milk Teeth’s imminent debut ‘Vile Child’.
Armed with a penchant for eagle-eyed precision, this genre-splicing trio are aiming for the stars.
Keith Buckley prepares for Every Time I Die’s most memorable UK invasion yet.
You get bands to interview themselves, and all of a sudden you can’t move for Captain Turd. Don’t ask.
With their new album, Beach Slang are offering a beacon of hope.
Cardiff sextet Chain of Flowers are playing by their own rules.
There’s only a handful of debut albums that are special. ‘White Noise’ is one of them.
With their second album ‘Dealer’, Foxing aren’t afraid to tackle big issues.