Reading and Leeds The annually-disappointing conveyor belt of trite known as Reading and Leeds festival once again churns out a homogenous indie pâté for this year’s GCSE recipients. The surprising lack of indie on the line-up and the strange presence...
Burnham Deepdale Festival is very unassuming. Behind the village’s shop fronts, you are met with a warm, glowing courtyard. It is lined with fairy lights and a large firepit sits in the centre, lighting up the faces of those...
Surrey-bred rock band, You Me At Six, have given us their sixth album, conveniently titled VI (just in case you forgot). Whilst eclectic would be stretching it, styles do switch throughout providing something for everyone as long as you...
Progress in Sound With easy access and an abundance of songs, it is no wonder streaming is becoming one of the most popular ways to listen to music. Legally streaming opens up a world of possibilities in which you can...
After a five-year hiatus, earlier this year, Wirral psych-pop band The Coral came storming back with their most haunting album yet, Distance Inbetween. While faithful fans will rejoice at the familiar psychedelic sound harking back to the band’s earlier...
Louis Cheslaw reviews Haim's Days Are Gone.