Rhys Buchanan

Cowboyy: South Coast shredders penning a bold new chapter in UK guitar music

The four-piece discuss their love of "big stupid guitar solos" and winning new fans through their memorable live shows

Jawny – ‘It’s Never Fair, Always True’ review: new levels of bedroom-pop gold

On his debut album, the LA-based star opens up in new ways, and absorbs elements of funk and heavy alt-rock

Jawny: lively alt-pop star building his own world in the city of dreams

After breaking through with viral hit 'Honeypie', Jawny moved to LA where he is now forging his own idiosyncratic path

Enumclaw: Seattle rockers with the swagger and self-confidence of peak Britpop

Grunge revivalists Enumclaw explain how overcoming adversity has shaped their fiercely competitive edge

Courting – ‘Guitar Music’ review: a raucously fun debut that serves all the aces

By laying waste to the conventions of indie music, the Liverpool band have arrived with one of the most rewarding debut albums of the year

The Amazons – ‘How Will I Know If Heaven Will Find Me?’ review: stadium-ready anthems

Album three should seal the band's status as a British festival fixture

The Lounge Society: “Being pinned down is the most dangerous thing as a band”

The Lounge Society's thrilling debut album encapsulates the journey from rural isolation to support slots with The Strokes and Wet Leg

Been Stellar – ‘Been Stellar’ review: one of NYC’s brightest new guitar hopes

Loaded with melodic shoegaze and towering dream-pop, the adopted New Yorkers channel their city’s beauty and darkness into a thrilling arrival

Tramlines Festival 2022: Sheffield’s biggest party is defined by celebration and pride

From seasoned veterans to the indie heroes of tomorrow, there’s something for everyone at this northern bash

Working Men’s Club – ‘Fear Fear’ review: Yorkshire gang shape lockdown dread into gripping synth-pop

Their debut presciently dissected an isolating upbringing and their sinister second album revisits those emotions for a wider audience