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Published on Dec 2, 2018
As this interview is conducted, Lady Bird are in the midst of a UK tour with home-grown friends and label mates, Slaves.
Drenge are a band with fans in high places. Their self-titled debut was praised across the board and they received memorable (if unsolicited) co-signs from Tom Watson MP and Kanye West.
'The End of The Party', such is titled the new offering from Starlight Magic Hour, begins with some form of flaccid-discordant whistling, and ends with a cult-worthy treatise on humanity.
The Chats are a straightforward band. They combine raucous live shows with the knowledge that 'punk' isn't something you can take too seriously in 2018. But beneath it all is a plan: a plan to have as much fun as they possibly can before life starts to interfere.
The Orielles' glistening and fresh take on guitar pop has opened some big doors for them this year. Their debut album 'Silver Dollar Movement' symbolised a triumph for alternative music in general.
It's been two years since Yak dropped 'Alas Salvation' and there's no doubt that every indie-rock connoisseur has been restlessly awaiting its follow up.
After Palma Violets broke up two years ago, Chilli Jesson was suddenly thrust into reality.
Stockholm gutter rats Viagra Boys are the best band in the world. I think. Everyone seems utterly perplexed by the band, attempting to explain what they stand for, why they exist– are they a true feminist punk band?
whenyoung are one of those buzz bands that everyone is talking about and for good reason.
Baxter Dury had a good 12 months, going from niche concern to indie crossover with the darkly lyrical 'Miami'.