Becky Rogers

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

Orla Gartland: “The stigma of YouTubers not being real musicians is a dated concept”

With her debut album, former YouTuber-turned-musician Orla Gartland embraces and deconstructs her fight to be taken seriously as a pop star

Malady: a potent blend of post-rave beats and indie-gloom

London quartet Malady are shaking up the capital with their blend of post-rave, early-dubstep and throwback indie

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard – ‘Butterfly 3000’ review: sun-kissed psych positivity

18 albums in, the Aussie garage-psych rockers are far from burning out any time soon

The Clockworks: Galway’s Alan McGee-approved breakouts relish the competition

Galway four-piece on working with the Creation Records co-founder, how a Talk Show gig changed their mindset for good and getting to grips with London life

NewDad: community-inspired lo-fi dream-pop from Galway

Galway’s shoegazing NewDad traverse their new EP, bare-footed buskers and fan appreciation

TV Priest – ‘Uppers’ review: tried and tested post-punk fused with swirling psych

Their debut doesn’t expect to fix the world’s problems, but is more than happy to have a pop at it in the meantime

Viagra Boys: “A lot of our output is a celebration of being a fuck-up”

Frontman Sebastian Murphy on addiction, working with Amyl and the Sniffers' Amy Taylor, latest album ‘Welfare Jazz’, dogs, shrimps and more

Viagra Boys – ‘Welfare Jazz’ review: satirical post-punk bangers with a ‘yeehaw!’ spirit

With album two, the Stockholm band lean into the madness of the modern era

CMAT live in Dublin: Irish newcomer bringing the festive cheer one Americana hit at a time  

Drag queens a-dancing, Christmas gags a-plenty, and Country stars a-many
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