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On the best bits of 2011’s ‘Burst Apart’, The Antlers resembled the duskier moments of Wild Beasts and Grizzly Bear. Here, on their fifth album, the Brooklyn trio sound emboldened,…

‘Lost In The Night’ may only be London quartet Palace’s first EP, but it marks them out as possible successors to The Maccabees as sensitive indie boys to swoon over.…

The Greatest Indie Labels Of All Time

20 indie imprints you need to know. 20 TRANSGRESSIVE Based: London Years active: 2004–Present History: Formed after founders Tim Dellow and Toby L met at a Bloc Party gig a…

In 1936, Mexican artist Pedro Linares was bedridden with a serious illness. As he slept, he dreamt of deformed creatures – a donkey with butterfly wings, a cockerel with antlers…

“Everyone knows that we’ll all die alone/One way or another we’ll all be alone,” opines Pale Seas’ Jacob Scott on ‘Sleeping’. This melancholy tone runs throughout ‘Places To Haunt’, but…

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…

As recognisable as shoegaze’s distortion pedals or the larynx-shredding rasp of death metal, there’s a certain school of musical thought that can largely be characterised by an emotive, falsetto croon.…

FEATURES Jack White Mark Beaumont goes inside the complex mind of a twisted musical genius Sleaford Mods The gut-wrenchingly honest industrial rap duo meet Huw Nesbitt in Berlin to talk…

Public Access TV – Middle Child “Do you wanna get high with me, girl?/Do you wanna get stoned?” asks Public Access TV frontman John Eatherly on ‘Middle Child’, only the…