Ali Shutler

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with Waterparks

Awsten Knight discusses his band’s new concert film 'Fandom: Live In The UK' and their latest single ‘Lowkey As Hell’, as well as sharing his 'Dragons' Den' ideas

Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa’s new song ‘Prisoner’ is a disco-punk anthem that goes off like a cherry bomb

The latest taste of Miley's upcoming album 'Plastic Hearts' finds the star rocking out harder than ever before

Foo Fighters live in Los Angeles: rock legends forge a sense of community from an empty venue

A band unleashed blow away the lockdown blues with anthems new and old

System Of A Down’s new anthems of rebellion are arena-ready calls for justice

The metal titans putting aside their differences to protest shell attacks in the Republic of Artsakh

Wargasm: Yungblud-approved nu-metalheads creating the perfect soundtrack for your rage

The provocative, pissed-off duo are aiming to bring back "primal fun" to the rock scene and "exist as an agent of chaos"

Joe & The Shitboys – ‘The Reson For Hardcore Vibes’ review : no-frills, maximum-glee punk rock

The Faroese band tackle homophobia, veganism and general bad vibes with humour and sincerity

Help! ‘Super Mario Bros. 35’ has taken over my life

The addictive reworking of the side-scrolling classic is easy to pick up but impossible to put down

“We wanted to make something different”: the impact of Linkin Park’s ‘Hybrid Theory’, 20 years on

The 2000 album exploded genre and stood apart from the macho nu-metal scene it was lumped in with

Working Men’s Club live in London: an unpredictable gut-punch you just don’t get from Zoom

The Yorkshire doom-poppers' bubbling frustration is very much of the zeitgeist

Working Men’s Club – ‘Working Men’s Club’ review: pulsating rave anthems on attention-demanding debut

A world away from their early work, the Todmorden group find chaos in the every day on their superb debut