PVA

PVA – ‘Blush’ review: London dance pop maestros are impossible to ignore

With a much broader emotional range than their early material, the trio's debut pulses with real dancefloor power

Listen to PVA’s dark new single, ‘Bad Dad’

The latest taster of the band's debut album has arrived

Latitude Festival 2022 review: pop and rock rebellion at the politest festival around

Phoebe Bridgers, Manic Street Preachers and Nova Twins lead the revolution at the typically well-mannered festival

PVA announce debut album ‘Blush’, share new single ‘Hero Man’

“It’s quite an anxious record sometimes that is relating to mental health issues and carries within it the anxiety of making an album”

How your new favourite bands are changing British guitar music by embracing the rave

A wealth of electronic influences can be found snaking through the music of this new school of bright, young acts

Get down early! 20 essential rising bands and artists to see at this summer’s festival season

Get ready to head down to the festival fields and discover your new favourite artist this summer

Wide Awake: the tale of the acclaimed, punk-inspired festival that bucked the COVID trend

How the award-winning London knees-up reflects the "post-everything era"

Black Country, New Road and Porridge Radio to perform at Climate Music Blowout in London

The gig and conference are set to take place on Sunday (October 17)

Wide Awake Festival 2021 review: a portrait of a punk scene that’s still thriving

September 3, Brockwell Park: Less than a mile from The Windmill, the cluster of bands that cut their teeth at the venue graduate to the next level at this inaugural event

The Great Escape live in Brighton: emerging stars embrace the virtual stage

The beloved new music festival transitions to a one-time virtual offering with a brilliantly curated line-up 
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