In support of their new album Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life, The Wombats returned to a sold out LCR to deliver that infectious indie pop sound that has lit up indie discos for the past decade. As the lights...
It’s hardly a revelation that the internet has irreversibly changed how we view musicians, and how we consume music. But what does it mean for emerging artists and the rise of the next generation of stars? Well, it seems that...
Long Island alt-rockers The Republic of Wolves have been around for a while now, but you’d be forgiven for not knowing them if you were outside certain musical communities. Their debut EP, For His Old Branches, was mistaken for...
The Vaccines have based their eight-year career on the dubious idea that you can never get sick of a good song - the vast majority of their songs are poppy three-chord three-minute rushes, and their debut album consisted of...
Crossing paths between two seemingly disparate genres is a challenging act to pull off, but Astroid Boys approach it with a graceful, yet aggressive, confidence. I picked up on a slight uneasiness when listening to their newest album through...
Squeezed in the back of a van with the rest of his band, Benji of Astroid Boys had a good chat with me over the phone about music and their lives as musicians. What did you think of Norwich? Norwich...