Trending:

Al Horner

Lily Allen at Glastonbury – Why Worthy Farm Is The ‘Sheezus’ Singer’s Spiritual Home

They say it’s only ever really at home you can truly kick back and just be yourself. Which explains a lot about Lily Allen’s...

Digital Glastonbury 2014 – Your Ultimate Guide Of What To Watch On Friday

So you didn't get a ticket. Your mates all did, pissed off to Somerset on Wednesday armed with a small lake's worth of booze...

Michael Eavis sings Rolling Stones song at Glastonbury

Farmer appeared at Avalon Cafe at 7pm

Lana Del Rey – ‘Ultraviolence’

Like Morrissey, Lana Del Rey has mastered song titles that perpetuate her reputation with a knowing wink. The tracklisting of her second official album...

Video Premiere – Ava Luna, ‘Sears Roebuck M&Ms’

Ava Luna are basically Brooklyn indie's answer to John Carpenter's The Thing – a chameleonic, shapeshifting monster of a band who, over the course...

Video Premiere – Juan Wauters, ‘Goo’

A strange thing happens when you go to a Juan Wauters show - or at least it did when I saw the Uruguay-born Beets...

Gerard Way Leaves My Chemical Romance’s Operatics Behind On Scuzzy Solo Debut

When Gerard Way announced New Jersey scrappers My Chemical Romance’s split a little over a year ago in a marathon 2000-word Twitter soliloquy, veering...

Kasabian – ’48:13′

Back in April, Serge Pizzorno and Tom Meighan were spotted in east London in decorators’ overalls, daubing the numbers ’48:13’ onto the wall of...

10 Indie Classics Metallica Should Cover At Glastonbury

If there’s anything to be learnt from Arcade Fire’s world tour these last few months, there being room in rock ‘n’ roll for papier...

Exclusive Album Stream – Happyness, ‘Weird Little Birthday’

“Pull out the pins on me, babe/I’m a 21st century hand grenade,” sigh Happyness on ‘Pumpkin Noir’, the Eels-ishly gauzy slow jam at the...

Exclusive Album Stream – Gentle Friendly’s Electronic Puzzler ‘KAUA’I O’O A’A’

Every bit as perplexing as its tongue-twister title, electronic adventurers Gentle Friendly drop a new album next week, the brilliant ‘KAUA'I O'O A'A’. The...

UK Premiere – Stream The New First Aid Kit Album, ‘Stay Gold’

It feels forever ago that Swedish duo First Aid Kit first sprung into view, after their cover of Fleet Foxes' 'Tiger Mountain Peasant Song',...

Chris Stroffolino – ‘Griffith Park’

The Devil And Daniel Johnson director Jeff Feuerzeig discovered homeless poet/musician and sometime Silver Jew lyric-writer Chris Stroffolino busking at a piano in an...

Luke Haines – ‘New York In The ’70s’

After two decades picking over Britain’s cultural memory, ‘New York In The ’70s’ sees Auteurs and Black Box Recorder man Luke Haines revive an...

‘Made In America’

In 2012, the rap producer-turned-branding expert Steve Stoute brokered a deal between Jay Z and the American brewing giant Anheuser-Busch. The makers of Budweiser...

Yann Tiersen – ‘∞’ (Infinity)

Yann Tiersen was responsible for the soundtrack to Amélie. However, the success of his score for the 2001 romantic comedy has threatened to overshadow...

Archive – ‘Axiom’

Many of the mid-’90s acts who were tagged as ‘trip-hop’ have enjoyed careers far exceeding that term’s brief window of coolness (Portishead and Tricky,...

Tom Williams & The Boat – ‘Easy Fantastic’

The name Tom Williams & The Boat might conjure up visions of dweeby acoustic troubadours, but this Kent five-piece’s third album is awash with...

Eastern Hollows – ‘Eastern Hollows’

Judging by this, their debut album, Brooklyn five-piece Eastern Hollows are big fans of The Stone Roses. From the ’90s British vibe of ‘The...

Conor Oberst – ‘Upside Down Mountain’

When Conor Oberst was 19, he wrote and recorded the third Bright Eyes album, the melancholy and magnificent ‘Fevers And Mirrors’. As tortured and...
Advertisement