The Magic Gang Did It Their Way
Five years and a lost home later and the Brighton band have achieved something that sits apart from the current crop of new guitar bands.
Thinkpieces And Shit
We're Not Saying These Artists Are as Bad as Donald Trump But…
… they could have used their platforms for more than satirising fake news.
Shame Have Been Stupidly Lucky But Deserve It All
They're one of many guitar bands knocking the teeth out of south London, one sweaty and shirtless gig at a time.
Burial’s ‘Untrue’ Still Captures London in a Way Unmatched Since
The album’s story is one of loneliness, love, family, ghosts – it continues to sound like the city that birthed it, a decade later.
Childhood's 'Universal High' Is a Bittersweet Distillation of This Era
Going from psych to soul, Ben Romans-Hopcraft’s new album is an essential journey of pained and disillusioned self-discovery.
How Jack Steadman Finally Expressed Himself as Mr Jukes
The former Bombay Bicycle Club frontman sailed across the ocean and came back with a new album of soul, funk and jazz.
The Enduring Appeal of 'Endless', Frank Ocean’s Underrated Masterpiece
Though it was seemingly lost in wake of 'Blonde', the album wasn't just a way for Ocean to get out of his record deal.
Will the Real Mac DeMarco Please Stand Up?
After years being pegged as music’s go-to funny guy, Mac shows his human side on new album ‘This Old Dog’.
Jamie T... at Peace at Last
The singer-songwriter is returning again, with his fourth album 'Trick'.
Longreads Or Whatever
The Echochamp House Proves Brighton is Better For DIY Bands Than London
In-between anarchic house parties, a bunch of bands share the burden of rent in a knackered seaside base that's become a birthing pool of musical creativity.