Rising: Downtown Kayoto is finding power in vulnerability

On his forthcoming EP, ‘Thinking With My Ears’, Downtown Kayoto combines glossy touchstones with a raw-edged emo confessionalism as he wrestles with the aftermath of a breakup.

In Photos: Ethel Cain at the Roundhouse

This month, southern gothic darling Ethel Cain played two hauntingly beautiful shows at Camden’s Roundhouse.

$uicideboy$: New World Depression review

On their fourth studio album, the New Orleans duo continue to mine the trenches of the human experience while inching closer towards the light.

Ten years on, Ultraviolence still feels like the idea of Lana Del Rey at its most fully actualised

Arriving as pop feminism reached fever pitch, ‘Ultraviolence’ held a mirror up to the quiet misery that underlies heterosexual love for so many women.

“Dark, tonal and undulating”: How PJ Harvey’s London Tide score was brought to life onstage

Reflecting on their ‘London Tide’ collaboration, Musical Director Ian Ross discusses PJ Harvey’s uncompromising musical vision.

Journey back to the early days of Charles Jeffrey’s LOVERBOY club night

Welcome back to Selections, a series of artist-curated playlists from those in the know.

In Photos: HowTheLightGetsIn 2024

HowTheLightGetsIn awoke the idyllic embankment of the River Wye with an invigorating week of reflection, debate, and dancing.

A stan’s guide to: Charli XCX

Our favourite artists according to their biggest fans.

Fontaines D.C.: Love Without Limits

On their fourth album ‘Romance’, Fontaines D.C. are shedding their image as literary post-punks in favour of fantasy, love and extremity that defies over-analysis.