Fresh this week, Liverpool-based songwriter James Canty releases a darkly rousing slice of stripped down folk. We approve.
Hannah Peel’s back with another ace – this time collaborating with Erland and the Carnival and Simon Tong of the Verve. And she’s gone a long way to make this collaboration something very special.
Day two of Sound City sees some of the big guns, and some of the most talked about new acts hit town. This is how we’re planning our excursions. You’d do well to follow us.
Sound City is here, almost. So here’s a day by day round up of the stuff you can expect. And the stuff you really shouldn’t miss.
We love a good session of battleships. We think, after hearing this new Liverpool band’s EP, you will too. Allow them into your lives. Let them sink your frigate.
It’s a year full of Beatles 50th anniversary stuff. So let’s celebrate the only way how – by not playing The Beatles: but playing seven covers good, bad and ugly. Which is which? You decide…
We’ve been playing a lot of Get Back Colquitt recently. Maybe you should be, too.
One of the best US imports of the year, Howler bring their supercharged indie rock to the Kazimier this week. And we’ve got tickets to win…
Anchoring the top end of Bold Street again is a record store worth the trek uptown. The newly opened Music Consortium, though, is a resolutely CD free zone. Helen Weatherhead browses the racks…
Dextrous, soaring and sonically rewarding, Muto Leo are back with a new EP and showcase this weekend. Get along, and see what Radio 1 Presents, and 6Music see in them…
We love Jethro Fox. And with his day-glo new release, he might just have brought us our first soundtrack to summer…-
A moody slice of hypnagogic wonder, courtesy of Wave Machines and Stuart Lanceley. We approve.
Giddy French power pop ahoy, as two of the country’s fastest rising indie stars head to the Magnet next month.
Today Sound City announced a slew of new acts for this year’s shindig in May. Actually this is just an excuse for us to post one of our favourite tracks of the year on our site. Because now we can. Django Django are returning to the city for the festival, after a sell out show [...]
Yes, here’s another classic album about to be performed in full. But, with Boat to Bolivia, you’re in for a masterclass in pared down, infectious songwriting.
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