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The 1975’s new album ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’: Release date, tour dates and everything we know so far

If you thought the 1975-fest was over, you've got another thing coming. Arguably the biggest band in the world right now, Matty Healy and...

Get lucky: Glastonbury ticket-buying masters reveal their secrets

There's no better way to ruin a Sunday morning than a Glastonbury ticket sale that goes wrong. One of the most stressful experiences the...

New Kanye West album ‘Yandhi’: release date, guest spots, producers and everything else we know

Just in case you hadn’t had quite enough Kanye West for one year, there’s another album incoming. Hold your eye rolls, though, cause this...

Harley Quinn movie ‘Birds Of Prey’: cast, trailers, release dates and everything we know so far

Suicide Squad's titular gang of misfits and criminals might have boasted a whole heap of characters, but few resonated quite like Harley Quinn. A...

Foals’ new album: Everything we know so far about ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Pt.2’

From sweaty house shows to festival headline slots, Foals' rise to the top of the British indie pack is a story for the ages....

Get tangled up in Squid – the weirdo-punk band making the avant-garde accessible

Open the tabloids and it’s all avocado toast and selfie sticks, but there’s far more to millennial life than the papers would have you...

That Slipknot style – the evolution of the fright masks through the ages

Slipknot's covered-up faces are integral to their myth. From fucked up, skin-peeling botched surgery to eerie, blank expressions, the masks of the Iowa ninesome...

A morbid curiosity: PUP talk the brutal honest and ‘DIY ethics’ of their fast-rising punk

For Canadian fun-punks PUP, life's a double-edged sword. You can hear it in their music – a spirited, razor-sharp riff on pop-tinged punk, which...

A new Slipknot album approaches – here’s everything we know so far

Icons of the metal world since their mid-'90s emergence, news of a new Slipknot album is enough to send most metalheads into a headbanging...

Noel Gallagher’s gone disco dad on his new single ‘Black Star Dancing’

He’s a guitar hero, is our Noel Gallagher. It's almost impossible to picture him without that iconic red Epiphone guitar either strapped to his...

Walk on stage with Canadian fun-punks PUP at their riotous Leeds Brudenell Club show

Canadian punks PUP recently barrelled their way around a bunch of the UK's sweatiest venues, bringing ace new album 'Morbid Stuff' to their feverish...

Hollywood keeps turning childhood friends into human-like nightmare creatures and Sonic’s thicc ass is the last straw

Every film studies student, rollie-smoking art kid and media GCSE bore knows of the ‘uncanny valley’. A scientifically-determined psychological concept, it’s the fancy word...

The Damned Things – thrash metal icon Scott Ian on the surprise return of the Anthrax / Fall Out Boy / Every Time I...

Almost a decade ago, the multi-headed rock beast The Damned Things was born. Boasting members of Anthrax, Fall Out Boy, and Every Time I Die...

FKA Twigs’ stripped-back new single presents the cyber-pop star at her most human

Most stories of FKA Twigs centre around her otherworldliness. The idiosyncratic pop star has been marked out as something out-of-the-ordinary since day one. An...

How Billie Eilish employed principles of ASMR in her spine-tingling horror-pop

Both oh-so-2019 products of the internet, the respective rises of tingle-sensation du jour ASMR and pop prodigy Billie Eilish have run parallel to each...

Who are Extinction Rebellion, the UK-born activist group holding cities to ransom?

With many major London thoroughfares brought to a standstill for the third day running, activist group Extinction Rebellion have succeeded in making a statement...

New horror movie The 27 Club is grim deathsploitation – and a backwards step in mental health discourse

Music loves myth-making. Be it the bat-chomping antics of Ozzy Osbourne, that rib-tickling rumour about Marilyn Manson, or the broader, age-old ‘live fast, die...

Fontaines D.C. – ‘Dogrel’ review

“A sellout is someone who becomes a hypocrite in the name of money.” Punk’s obsession with authenticity might be long storied, but few have...

All the times self-deprecating normie star Lewis Capaldi was a big mood

We're predictable as ever, here in Britain. Not content with simply enduring the slow trudge through the dying months of winter, wrapped up in...

The hidden gems on the Coachella 2019 line-up

Coming at the launch-point of festival season, Coachella's line-up is almost always a marker of festy things to come. 2019's is no exception. From...
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