Though the idea of a thriving ‘alternative scene’ down Albert Road is at times hard to imagine, amongst all the staggering middle-aged women and leering middle-aged men, 15th September is the one day this year when you can be sure […]
“Rage Against the Machine connects on a global scale, it’s like this red army trampling the fascists wherever it goes and it’s awesome. With the Nightwatchman, it’s more like guerrilla warfare, it’s where I feel most understood as an artist, […]
By opting for a support act with lines like ‘Joan of Arc had a dildo named Jesus’, Scroobius Pip leaves himself a lot to follow lyrically, but when it comes to words, Pip is rarely beaten. However, having inexplicably ditched […]
“My plan was really to…marry her, but I’ve got a girlfriend now, and she’s married.” While things may not have worked out exactly as he had intended with Emily Kane, that old flame is now well and truly in the past, and things aren’t bad for Eddie Argos.
Fanatics aside, the rest of us have definitely heard enough from Oasis, and while this may be a solo album, and Oasis may be dead and gone, High Flying Birds is definitely nothing new.
Despite now having four albums under their belt, at a glance you’d be forgiven for thinking that Art Brut haven’t changed that much since the release of their debut, but a lot has changed since 2005.
With a name like Bestival, it could easily be seen as arrogant, especially when the headline acts consist of Pendulum, The Cure and Bjork, but after four days in the ridiculous world of Bestival you realise that it’s definitely up […]
I’m not sure if I was missing something a couple of years ago, but the disgusting sensation that was Alphabeat never quite hit me. To me they just looked like Steps trying to reinvent themselves and gain some actual credibility, […]
When you’re sitting in a Radio 1 studio with a fifty-three year old man, who checks his Blackberry every few seconds when he’s not on air, yet still insists on referring to people as ‘cats’, it’s difficult to know where […]