Max Pilley

Heartworms: defiant, goth-inspired post-punk that draws strength from the doubters

Having overcome racism and sexism in the music industry, Jojo Orme now stands tall and ready to take on the world

Jockstrap – ‘I Love You Jennifer B’ review: a magical, bewitching debut – and one of the year’s best

The London duo’s relentless commitment to innovation will thrill newcomers and ardent fans alike

Mall Grab: a hard-hitting debut with added Turnstile and Nia Archives

The Australian-born, London-based producer and DJ is readying his triumphant debut album 'What I Breathe', a love letter to the capital city that's packed full of exciting collaborations

The story of EXIT Festival 2022 – in stunning photos

Catch up on all of the action from this year's spectacular edition of the annual summer blowout in Novi Sad, Serbia

EXIT Festival 2022 day four: Serbian summer blowout gets politically conscious

Sepultura, Konstrakta and more speak out against societal issues throughout the festival’s glorious final night

EXIT Festival 2022 day three: Calvin Harris brings a mega-party to the Petrovaradin Fortress

The Scottish superstar DJ's set is a timely reminder of the cross-cultural power and popularity of his music

EXIT Festival 2022 day two: Nick Cave delivers an unforgettable emotional release

By turns emotional and rocking out, the Australian goth overlord brings together the EXIT crowd with cathartic cuts

EXIT Festival 2022 day one: a triumphant return for Serbia’s annual shindig

When the Austrian-Turkish wars of the late 17th century were blazing, the people tasked with building the Petrovaradin Fortress on the banks of the...

How your new favourite bands are changing British guitar music by embracing the rave

A wealth of electronic influences can be found snaking through the music of this new school of bright, young acts

The Umlauts: gloriously fearless tunes that refuse to play by the rules

The four-piece make expressive, confounding art-punk by wrapping elements of French, German and Italian traditions into their sound