First off, a disclaimer: when Future Teens were squirrelled away working on their second album, they almost certainly didn’t envisage I’d be their audience. The other side of 30 (heck, I’m only this side of 40) and in the same relationship for nearly 13 years – modern-day dating is a story for other people. Yet here I am, enamoured with […]
Jake Ewald talks to Mia Hughes about pushing boundaries and the more collaborative approach behind the latest Slaughter Beach, Dog record
Mia Hughes speaks to Oso Oso’s Jade Lilitri about personal growth, and basking in the glow of ‘basking in the glow’.
Editor Jade Curson talks to Kathryn Woods of T7 faves Fresh about the band’s incredible touring schedule, representative line-ups, and becoming comfortable in sharing your vulnerability.
Mia Hughes talks to Zac Farro about the latest HalfNoise record, and the importance of living authentically.
On their second album, 2018s ‘It’s Hard To Have Hope’, there’s no room for interpretation: Svalbard is fighting for the voiceless, and pushing the boundaries of metal in the process.
Alma R. writes about their relationship to The Sunset Tree: a record that understood the experience of childhood trauma, violence and abuse – and provided a roadmap for survival.
In the first of a new essay series, editor Jade Curson discusses how Nanami Ozone’s sophomore album gave her emotional grounding when she needed it most.
Rich Hobson speaks to Press Club about breaking the UK, and their latest record. Then, two months later, he speaks to them again about another UK tour and, can you believe, another new record???
“To style-hop yet still feel focused as the band does here is a testament to [Ewald’s] songwriting”
Craig Howieson goes in deep on Oso Oso’s sophomore record
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