Fort Knox, the second single off Noel’s upcoming third album, Who Built The Moon?, is a stylistic departure from previous works, almost devoid of lyrics and even bordering on cinematic in scope.
Politics and Music have always had something of a convoluted relationship and for every artist out there wearing their political heart on their sleeve there are ten more making songs about partying - not that the two are mutually...
Huddled outside Waterfront on a Sunday night are a rag-tag band of people. From younger fans of the revived hard rock of recent years, to those who saw the original wave of British metal, all are eagerly anticipating tonight’s...
It was a wise old superhuman called Grimes who once told Interview magazine, “genres are sort of disappearing, people just use bands as reference points”. So called ‘post-internet’ music, she says, is blurring the lines between pop, house, electronic,...
In Love, the debut album from Birmingham foursome Peace, is almost an instant indie classic. Arctic Monkeys, watch out.
The Tallahassee pop-punk stars left a Waterfront crowd with broken voices on the Norwich date of their UK tour.