Muncie Girls are firmly on course to deliver the catchiest album of 2016, but there’s more than just killer choruses to their socially conscious power-pop.
The Gaslight Anthem main man is rediscovering himself on his new solo album.
With their debut album out now, ROAM want to be all killer.
One of 2016’s most-likely-to, Creeper need no introduction.
Black Peaks’ buzz has been building over the last year. Now, they’re almost ready to unleash it all.
Before the end of the summer, we’ll all have a new PUP record to dig into.
If they can achieve what they did in a tough 2015, 2016 might well be the year that Modern Baseball knock it out of the park.
They’re back, and with third album ‘Promise Everything’, they’re not mucking about.
Loads of awesome things will happen in the next twelve months. Here’s some of them.
“If this doesn’t work, I’d say it was probably the last chance.”
If you thought letlive. had delivered their magnum opus already, prepare yourself to be proven wrong.
Moose Blood are set to drop their second album this year. After a debut that started strong and grew stronger, it should send them shooting for the stars.
Heck may have been forced to change their name, but they’re not backing down.
Panic! At The Disco’s new album ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ is a stone cold killer. We talked to Brendon Urie ahead of what’s set to be a bumper 2016.
They may mark themselves as outsiders, but if any band looks set for the top, it’s Against The Current.
With a killer debut album ‘Vile Child’ set to drop later this month, Milk Teeth are leading the pack in 2016.
Get set for a bumper new year with our special 2016 preview issue, out today.
The five-piece are confident they can echo the success of their favourite bands, they explain in the new issue of Upset.
In the new issue of Upset, Black Peaks reflect on their hometown, and why people insist on comparing them to that other Brighton rock band.
The first issue of the new year is a bumper run through of everything you should expect from the next twelve months.