The newest album from Night Riots is a glitzy ride of synths and pop sensibilities to take you on a journey through the highs and lows of life. Quite literally too, as the band shares how they got high on helium. Los Angeles-based quintet Night
With less than a month to go until the gates open at Reading and Leeds 2019, Hot Milk tell us all about their weirdest festival experiences, dream festival line-ups, and meeting Pharrell. Following the release of their debut EP, Are You Feeling Alive?, earlier this
Feel yourself get whisked away with the newest tune from slenderbodies, away from you. When you combine whispering falsetto with lush electronics, you get the charm of slenderbodies and it’s an enchanting concoction you can’t stay away from. Their newest track away from you elevates you to an
“This album was our way of opening up”, guitarist Brandon Hoover discusses the band’s intriguing new full-length, Sudden Sky. Sharing their thoughts and anxieties with the listeners, Crown The Empire have laid a lot of things bare on their new album Sudden Sky. Drastically questioning
We caught up with APRE at Community Festival. Ever wondered at what point should you stop drinking? Watch APRE break down the effects of each pint and show off their dad dancing – the two aren’t correlated in case you were wondering.
We caught up with SWMRS at Community Festival. What’s the similarity between the Cullens from ‘Twilight’ and The 1975? SWMRS break it down for us, and reveal their alter persona names – watch to find out.
Taking on the tires of modern life and ever-changing world in their newest album, San Francisco rockers The Y Axes create a body of work that rings especially relevant now. Music-making in the modern age is an interesting thing; reality can create a sense of
Matt and Telle from The Word Alive joined us backstage at Slam Dunk Festival. Seeing people being set on fire, playing sold out shows in Korea, and lying to your friend about how good they look – all in a day’s work for The Word
We caught up with Bamd at Slam Dunk Festival. iDKHOW joined us backstage at Slam Dunk Festival to discuss martial arts, survival tips and their experience of meeting Green Day and Queen. Watch the full interview below!
Sweden’s Brother Leo bounces between an exuberant melody and introspective lyricism for his latest single Shine, and the recently released video plays upon both aspects of the track. Brother Leo, the moniker for Swedish musician, songwriter and producer Ola Svensson treads between joyous sonics and