Post-punk

Parquet Courts: ‘Sympathy For Life’ review: Brooklyn indie-punks at their adventurous best

The cult heroes navigate more garage-rock, but also hurtle into unchartered territory

Viagra Boys: “A lot of our output is a celebration of being a fuck-up”

Frontman Sebastian Murphy on addiction, working with Amyl and the Sniffers' Amy Taylor, latest album ‘Welfare Jazz’, dogs, shrimps and more

Sleaford Mods: “We live in such a cynical time. You start to question yourself”

Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn on class tourism, divided Britain and new album 'Spare Ribs', their best yet

Sleaford Mods – ‘Spare Ribs’ review: a bracing dose of reality and their best album yet

The duo put COVID Britain bang to rights with stunning production, scabrous lyrics and a steadfast refusal to offer easy answers

Viagra Boys – ‘Welfare Jazz’ review: satirical post-punk bangers with a ‘yeehaw!’ spirit

With album two, the Stockholm band lean into the madness of the modern era
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