Nich Sullivan does a deep dive into an unsung classic: Team Sleep’s 2005 self-titled debut
Mia Hughes goes astronomical with Laura Stevenson, as they discuss her new record, The Big Freeze.
Editor Kristy Diaz speaks to Ren Aldridge of Petrol Girls about their latest record, and the toll of fighting the good fight
Pat Graham talks to Rob Mair about Spraynard’s legacy, starting anew, and the conflict of balancing ‘success’ with a DIY ethic.
Mia Hughes talks to frontman Justice Tripp about experimentation and the state of modern hardcore
Paris Fawcett has some big feelings about the latest record from Pkew Pkew Pkew
Rob Mair chats to Holding Patterns about their new record, rising from the ashes of Crash Of Rhinos, and….Norwich City Football Club?
Mia Hughes gets to grips with the latest record from Toronto punks PUP
Yes, *another* Holy Roar act.
Typesetter sit down for a chat with Ryan Wilkinson about tea, toxic masculinity and their latest record
Rob Mair defends pop punk after hearing the latest offering from Problem Daughter
Mia Hughes talks to Kevin Patrick about vulnerability and the challenges of touring alone.
To quote one of our favourite artists, it’s been a while.
“Moser tells stories like the best of them, in her words and in her music; every scene she sets so rich and crucial.”
“Anger is the dominating force on Cheer”
“No band has articulated those moments of glorious, empowering nihilism as well as The Nil’