Sophie Williams

The Districts – ‘You Know I’m Not Going Anywhere’ review: indie rockers transcend viral fame with stunning sonic experiment

The Pennsylvania quartet prove their longevity with an exploratory and evocative fourth album

No camping, no problem: 2020’s best one day festivals

Not a fan of camping, but still love a bloody good festival? Need a little pick-me-up to tide you over before your big weekender?...

Watch Beabadoobee’s incredible performance from the NME Awards 2020

One of the brightest stars to come out of the Dirty Hit factory

The weirdest and wildest moments in NME Awards history

The music industry’s most raucous night – sorry, not sorry – we know how to throw a party, and a mighty, messy one at...

Clairo, Billie Eilish, Omar Apollo: meet the Z-Pack

Clairo, aka Claire Cottrill, is a true hero for the digital age. Her debut album ‘Immunity’ is out today, and as the star of...

Reduce! Reuse! Recycle! The best ways to do a music festival ethically

Festivals are a bit of an odd one, aren’t they? What exactly, dear reader, is so enticing about staying in a well-worn tent amongst...

Troye Sivan live: A triumphant celebration of what it means to be young, queer and free

“I shit you not, I feel like I’m in The Lizzie McGuire Movie,” laughs Troye Sivan as he catches a first bit of respite after powering...

Sundara Karma – ‘Ulfilas’ Alphabet’ review

Words: Sophie Williams A clue that Reading discordant rock four-piece Sundara Karma are not your average band: their second album is named after Ufilas, a...

Creamfields line-up: who will perform at the festival in 2018?

21 years on and Creamfields is still the ultimate electronic extravaganza, with a rich breadth of artists from across the spectrum. From techno to...
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