Jonathan Garrett

Just Mustard live at SXSW: no wonder The Cure are fans

The Irish band preview their powerful debut album at intimate showcase

Catcher: New York punks exploring the joy and despair of youth

The Brooklyn-based Catcher discuss their frantic, punky debut album and the thrill of returning to live shows

Geese: Brooklyn band’s bruising debut single is a perfect arrival

Get to know Brooklyn's Geese, who've signed to Partisan Records (Fontaines D.C., Idles) for one of the year's best guitar debuts

Horsegirl: nu-gazers leading Chicago’s musical renaissance

Chicago's Horsegirl talk suburban inspirations and the songwriting lessons learned from their heroes Stereolab

Romero: thrilling power-pop from Melbourne troublemakers

Hand-picked by Sheer Mag and Twin Peaks to support them live, Melbourne's Romero and their new single are about to make a name for themselves worldwide

FRITZ: Sticky-sweet grunge-pop turning teenage boredom into a rallying cry

Here's the first word on the Newcastle's (no, the other one) FRITZ, whose GarageBand recordings are resonating worldwide

Advertisement: Chaotic rock anthems with Stones-sized swagger

The Seattle band's full-length debut 'American Advertisement' is impossible to describe – and that's exactly how they like it

Working Men’s Club: the Yorkshire group reviving killer new-wave power pop

The mercurial, teenaged frontman for Working Men’s Club is not one to mince words. We’re less than 10-minutes into our interview with Sydney Minsky-Sargeant...

SXSW 2019: Amyl & The Sniffers, Priests and Billie Eilish lead the charge at a sweltering week

If 2014 was the year that SXSW corporate sponsorship reached its logical endpoint with the Doritos stage and 2016 was the year that the...

Slow Hollows: Meet the Frank Ocean collaborators making woozy, Brooklyn-ite pop magic

You’d be forgiven for thinking that Austin Anderson doesn’t actually exist. The 20-year-old front man of Slow Hollows, erstwhile Frank Ocean and Tyler,...
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