Amy Morrice

Album Review: Hard-Fi – ‘Killer Sounds’

In 1949, Arthur Miller's seminal play Death Of A Salesman called time on the popular cultural dominance of the male. For the first time,...

Live Review: The Big Chill Festival

It may have a name that speaks of self-satisfied, smoothie-drinking mellowness, but be not fooled. Formerly a fuck-off rave-up known to insiders as ‘Hippygeddon’,...

Live Review: The Maccabees

Most bands debuting new material after a year holed up would dip a tentative two-song toe in the water. The Maccabees, though, tonight dive...

Album Review: CSS – ‘Liberation’

It seems almost perverse to think that CSS are celebrating their eighth birthday next month. The Brazilian quintet have always been music’s neon toddlers;...

Album Review: Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks – ‘Mirror Traffic’

Be gone ye badly-dressed oiks with wacky hair, relocating to east London in the misguided hope of living your post-Pavement fantasies in sub-par slacker...

Album Review: Fionn Regan – ‘100 Acres Of Sycamore’

You know those people who moon out of train windows, in love with their own picturesque melancholy? Fionn Regan’s third album is like that....

Album Review: Ivyrise – ‘Ivyrise’

What are Ivyrise? The jagged riffs on ‘Line Up The Stars’ and the us-against-the-world fist-pumping chorus of ‘Too Much’ (not to mention the hair)...

Album Review: Razika – ‘Project 91’

This Scandinavian teen female four-piece make dreamy alt-pop. So, everyone, hold tight, maybe even look away for a line. Or at least close your...
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