How do you build an empire in a day? The Romans couldn’t, but you could always ask new kids on the block Twin XL who have managed to forge quite the following in less than a year.
California trio half•alive have regularly been compared to the likes of twenty øne piløts, and not just because they both make it incredibly difficult to type their preferred stylisation of the band name…
In what might be the most controversial release of 2019, Bring Me The Horizon have unleashed their sixth studio album unto the masses.
In London, you’re absolutely spoiled for choice when it comes to picking something to do on a Saturday night.
Miles Kane is somewhat of an indie powerhouse these days, infamous for his antics with Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner both on and off the stage.
Black Honey are one of the coolest bands in indie rock right now; determined to take over the world with the release of their eponymous debut album, they took to the stage at Camden’s Electric Ballroom on a chilly Wednesday night.
Cultivated in Cambridge, Bloody Knees are an on-the-rise indie punk band with an unprecedented determination.
Arizona pop-rockers The Summer Set called it quits last year but now bassist Stephen Gomez and guitarist John Gomez are back in action with their new project, Twin XL.
Record label Dirty Hit is home to an array of incredible artists, including The 1975 and Wolf Alice. One of their newer, up-and-coming offerings is Columbus, Ohio’s The Candescents who are set to cast a spell over the world with their debut Riverside Dr. EP.
The sizzling, seductive sound of Black Honey has been taking over the indie scene for a few years now, but the band are now ready to truly establish themselves in the world with the release of their eponymous debut album.
The sleepy Oxfordshire village of Steventon will likely not ring a bell for most music fans, but once a year it becomes overrun with festival goers as they head to Hill Farm for Truck Festival.
Freddie Mercury is a legend that will never be forgotten for many reasons, with one of those being that even now he’s still inspiring artists all over the world.
Finsbury Park was the place to be on the first day of July as Community Festival got underway. A heat wave had the capital sizzling, so it was only fitting that the festival had some of the hottest talent in indie and rock playing across two stages.
“Taylor Swift is…” was the statement splashed across the screens at Wembley Stadium last Friday as the singer prepared to take to the stage for the first of two London shows as part of her Reputation Stadium Tour.
The “Godfather of the small festival scene”, Truck Festival began in 1998 and 20 years later it’s still going strong. Started to combat the “commercial” and “predictable” ways of festivals like Glastonbury, Truck has managed to evolve to become a go-to for all kinds of music fans.
For many, Reading & Leeds is like a right of passage.