With their hymns to a life of mundanity and political strife, Shame have found the pulse of an angry, unsatisfied country.
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The Birmingham-based heavy garage trio talk about originality and why they feel at home on Merseyside.
The B-town pioneers have transcended from darlings of the indie scene to socially-conscious, festival-headlining behemoths. What’s next for Sound City’s 2018 headliners?
The Prince Of Tears has carved out his own niche in scabrous, orchestral pop, finding his groove on an album replete with heartache and squalor.
The brightest talents in the UK’s alternative music landscape have spent the past three years decanting an expanded, studio-ready version of themselves into their third album: the results are mindblowing.
Georgia Turnbull speaks to Zola Jesus about the imagery of her latest album, Okovi
From goth punks to elder statesmen of indie, The Horrors continue their ascent with another fascinating evolution of their industrial pop sound. Georgia Turnbull catches up with the latest version of the band.
Sam Rowlands' series of photos from the first Strange Collective all day event at Invisible Wind Factory