Editor Christopher Torpey discusses how places shape their inhabitants (and vice versa), as well as the impending return of The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu
Now that a self-imposed 23-year moratorium is over, it’s time to bring out the JAMS
All We Are are back with a brash, punchy record built on their experiences of society’s turmoil
For a generation of clubbers, Liverpool has long been seen as the place to be largely due to the success of Circus. Yousef’s decade-and-a-half party shows no signs of stopping
The reinvention of a pair of musicians with a flair for moody atmospherics steeped in lyrical melancholia has made for one of the brighter moments of 2017 so far
Celebrate the art of gig and live photography, Shout About It - a music festival crossed with a photo exhibition
Janaya Pickett looks at why humanity seems so determined to further damage our fragile planet in light of Trump's decision to remove the US from the Paris Agreement
In preparation for the arrival of the acid-fried prog of Perth’s weirdest sons, Matthew Hogarth catches up with Pond about heat, the Aussie music scene and dodging pigeons.
A change of scenery and a fresh approach have proven to be the defining factors in the former Coral man’s emergence as a songwriter of great dexterity
LUNA is a rising star of the electronic pop scene, amalgamating the sound of the classical voice with the innovation of electronica
“Like a mix of a slow-cooked rap stew, with R&B dumplings and grime seasoning.” Meet MC and pizza aficionado BIG HEATH.
Ahead of an important anniversary and the Walker Art Gallery’s landmark Coming Out exhibition, curator Charlotte Keenan talks about the vital role art plays in representing the LGBT+ community