Becky Rogers

Island Of Love – ‘Island Of Love’ review: Jack White-approved rockers show their range

Trading their scrappy beginnings for something more polished, the London band still prove to be endearingly open-hearted on their debut

Prima Queen – ‘Not The Baby’ EP review: huge choruses and irrepressible musical chemistry

Transatlantic duo Prima Queen may have met by chance, but their connection was surely destined to be. Their story begins with the Chicago-born Kristin...

Chappaqua Wrestling: inside the Brighton band’s stunning grunge-rock glow up

As they gear up to release their debut, the group talk finding their political voices and a need for "togetherness" in music

Wunderhorse: punk-turned-Americana songwriter beloved by Fontaines D.C.

Backed by introspective power-rock, Newquay-based musician Jacob Slater's debut solo album ‘Cub’ embraces growth, heartache and discomfort

Sinead O’Brien – ‘Time Bend and Break the Bower’ review: noir-punk poetry with a dancey edge

The Irish punk-poet's debut keeps it tight with a mix of Sprechgesang allure and dancefloor-filling grooves

Island Of Love: meet the first band signed to Jack White’s Third Man Records London imprint

The London four-piece on signing with the Jack White-owned label, moving away from their DIY bedroom rock roots and making guitar solos cool again

Los Bitchos: toasting a sonic cocktail to sunshine psych

Los Bitchos talk dancing like a sensual panther in front of Alex Kapranos, embracing each other’s musical cultures and making percussion out of anything

Geese live in London: intimacy and intensity from fast-rising Brooklyn teens

The five-piece cement their reputation as a live band to be reckoned with during the finale of their sold-out debut UK tour

The Mysterines: grunge-rock stompers from Scouse guitar heroes

The quartet on their upcoming debut album and how finally being proud of their musical output spurred them through the lows of recording

VLURE: Glaswegian post-punks relishing the return of sweaty club ragers

The Scottish band on reinventing their sound during lockdown, their emotional return to live music and their city's creative scene
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