The 1975: Still, Yet Again, At Their Very Best

    The 1975 have returned once again to embark on a tour of their very best. After releasing their latest record “Being Funny in a Foreign Language”, the band have toured non-stop around the entire world, with frontman Matty Healy seemingly playing t... Continue reading...

    We Miss You Already Del Water Gap

    Del Water Gap are a shining example of the resurgence of glittering indie-pop in the last decade. They are the solo project of Brooklyn singer-songwriter S. Holden Jaffe, who claims it has been his fight against his inner-critic and the consequenc... Continue reading...

    To Share is to Self-Care: Eloise Review

    Eloise is a singer-songwriter from London who writes, in her own words, “miserable songs about love”. Eloise’s musical mixology accounts for incorporations of jazz standards, R&B, bedroom-jazz, indie-pop and indie-... Continue reading...

    No Shame in Post-Punk Revival

    Post-Punk revivalists Shame released their third album, Food for Worms, in February this year through Dead Oceans records, home to other post-rock and post-punk artists such as Wednesday and Slowdive. Since then, they have been debuting tracks suc... Continue reading...