Luke Cartledge

Crack Cloud: multimedia collective channelling turmoil into exhilarating art-punk

The Vancouver group on Canada’s opioid crisis, the insidious side of the music industry, and their blistering new album, ‘Pain Olympics’

Lynks Afrikka – ‘Smash Hits, Vol. 1’ EP review: rising Bristol star is cult queer icon in-the-making

A thumping success that is as funny and danceable as it is emotionally effective and low-key endearing

Lazarus Kane: Under the skin of the mischievous rock star caricature

We try to pin down exactly who – or what – Lazarus Kane is. With, er, limited success

Jockstrap – ‘Wicked City’ EP review: ingenious, invigorating, and like little else right now

The London duo's mind-bending future-pop is dizzying, discombobulating and unmissable

Fiery punks High Vis: “People are realising that the working class are the backbone of this country”

Once born in the hardcore scene, the London band are embracing post-punk anguish

Jockstrap: Limitless future-pop engineered to confound – “There are parts that we don’t understand”

The London duo's new EP 'Wicked City' is bolder and brasher than anything about right now

Hotel Lux – ‘Barstool Preaching’ review: compelling tales from London pub rock upstarts

Hotel Lux’s debut EP showcases something interesting going on here beneath the lager fug

Sorry: Domino-signed London band’s debut album may well be the year’s most striking

The Londoners will release their debut album '925' later this month

Meet Tiña, South London’s psychedelic cowboys “only writing hits”

“There’s a good shot of me running in my pink shorts and cowboy hat, nothing else, to the middle of Westminster Bridge with a...

PVA: Collective joy with London’s most danceable new band

The much-hyped trio look set to be the party band we've all been waiting for
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