Queen Zee Sound Like the Future of British Rock
Part Marilyn Manson, part Dead or Alive, the Liverpool five-piece and their self-titled debut are pure, joyous energy.
How British Guitar Music Caught Up With The World
It took a long time to get over itself, but now British guitar music feels like it’s standing on its own feet.
The 1975 Have Shown Us How Guitar Music Embraces Streaming Too
The three new tracks from the band take an eclectic approach, mirroring streaming's affection for variety.
Every Mood in Sports Team's Sunny New "Margate" Video
The west London guitar band follow up bangers like "Kutcher" and "Camel Crew" with an homage to English summers.
Snail Mail’s Debut 'Lush' Is a Love Letter to Romantic Rejection
On this first album, 18-year-old indie pop artist Lindsey Jordan articulates feelings that usually take years to get to grips with.
Pip Blom Is Ready to Join the Ranks of 2018's Rising Guitar Acts
Introducing the Amsterdam artist who makes sweet, fuzzy music for you to get lost in.
Superorganism: the New Band Who'll Fuck with Your Brain and Turn It Inside Out
This mysterious eight-piece, supposedly fronted by a 17-year-old, are the truth.
Paul Weller Is the Woke Daddy British Music Needs
He's spoken out in favour of grime and R&B, and disavowed the "insipid" state of guitar music right now. Which, actually, yeah.
Close Your Eyes for Three Minutes and Listen to Fazerdaze's "Take It Slow"
This is the sonic equivalent to cut grass and wearing shorts and cracking open a cold one with the boys.
Objectively Correct Lists
Shitty Music Cliches That Need to End in 2017
This cursed year is over. Bury all these things in the ground with it.
we saw this
The World Needs PWR BTTM
I found the best fucking band in the world playing the back room of a London pub, in all their queer and sparkling splendour.
Glassjaw's Daryl Palumbo: From New York Hardcore to House Music
Somewhere between Anthrax, Squeeze, and Cassius, the straight edge Long Islander has carved out a unique musical identity.