Silvia Rose looks back on Lou Reed’s fifty years in the musical limelight.
Tame Impala’s rise from representing Aussie teenagers with a taste for psychedelics to selling out rooms as large as Alexandra Palace’s main hall has been one of the great victories for guitar music in the 21st century. Their last...
Sitting in one of the most popular coffee haunts in Norwich Centre, I was warmly greeted with smiling faces as the hosts of The Johnnie and Jarman show exuded a Holly and Phillip This Morning- like dynamic.  The natural rapport between...
Music videos are, at heart, a marketing exercise. Labels don’t throw thousands of pounds at a band to make art, they do it to promote the music and try to sell it. There are four historical ways to market...
Bonding over a mutual love of Japan and an equal distaste for the modern dating scene, East London electronic-soul duo Andy Clutterbuck (production and vocals) and James Hatcher (production) met at university. Jamming together they soon created the sound...
Political tumult. Economic uncertainty. Shit weather. Who you gonna call? Sleaford Mods, of course, who last Friday released their latest album English Tapas. The LP sees Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn at their best, albeit a best that has...