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This evening, the BBC’s youth-oriented channel BBC Three will leave terrestrial television and move online-only, a victim of budget cuts across the corporation. Aside from being home to border-crossing sitcom…

It’s always been a particular bugbear of mine when people describe Morrissey as an unrelenting misery guts, and his records as hopelessly depressing. It’s pure nonsense – firstly, because misery loves…

You know about the big releases each week, but what about those smaller albums which may have passed underneath your radar. Don’t miss out on the smaller, lesser-known gems which…

According to legend, a young PJ Harvey once wrote to post-rock pioneers Slint to ask if she could be their singer. If the collaboration had come off, it might have…

In this week’s issue of NME magazine, we’re joined by The Horrors as they let us in on the secrets behind their new album ‘Luminous’. “Music is primal, intuitive… We’re…

Just when you think hip-hop is out of new ideas, from the endless ranks of faceless trap-rap clones steps a new original. Danny Brown, gap-toothed prince of Detroit, is emblematic…

Loom – Lice As confrontational as Danny Dyer on a Friday night Wetherspoons bender, ‘Lice’ is a short-tempered two-minute barrage of rage and riffs. “He’s got a pet that lives…

A horror movie set in the ’70s is ideal material for Broadcast’s first foray into movie soundtracking. Turns out the Birmingham band’s creepily beautiful style fits the film directed by…