Words by Tony Allen. German indie-rockers PICTURES are back with their second album, Hysteria. Expanding on their excellent 2017 debut Promise, Hysteria traverses even more emotions and moods, with a diverse set of songs that will prove a hit with fans and gain the band a legion of new admirers. Since PICTURES’ last tour over a year ago, Bassist Markus Krieg (Profession Reporter), guitarist Ole … Continue reading Believe the Hype – PICTURES: Hysteria
We couldn’t resist picking out a few of our favourite singles from 2018. LFM’s very own Murray Collie has put together his top picks from the past year. From emerging talents to familiar old faces, we’re sure you’ve got an opinion on the below list. Take a look and let us know who would make your list. Continue reading LFM’s top singles from 2018
Miles Kane concedes that the road to the eagerly anticipated third solo record entitled ‘Coup De Grace’ has been a rocky one. The writing of the album started almost immediately after his second LP ‘Don’t Forget Who You Are’ was released, however, after teaming up with lifelong friend Alex Turner, his next solo venture was side-lined to allow the pair to focus on The Last Shadow Puppets’ new material.
Continue reading Miles Kane’s New Album ‘Coup De Grace’ is Powerful, Punky and Packed with Punches.
TRNSMT: Fast forward one year and the Arctic Monkeys have ventured into space with their most divisive album yet in the extravagantly titled ‘Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino.’ Continue reading From a Hotel on the Moon to a Spot in the Sun: Arctic Monkeys at TRNSMT
Words by Murray Collie. After it’s hugely successful debut outing last year, TRNSMT festival will return to Glasgow Green over two weeks in June and July. Festival organisers have made a real statement by announcing headliners such as Liam Gallagher, The Killers and of course, the Arctic Monkeys who will grace the Main Stage in their only UK festival appearance this summer. Alongside a talent-packed main … Continue reading TRNSMT Festival 2018: Five Acts You Have To See
It’s an exciting time for Australia’s DMA’s, as they released their second album ‘For Now’ on Friday before embarking on a mostly sold out UK tour. They descended on the Northumbria Institute in Newcastle on Sunday night and powered through incredible set packed with fan favourites and exceptional cuts from their new record. Continue reading Review: DMA’s in Newcastle
DMA’s established themselves as one of the most talented and exiting bands around with their 2016 debut album ‘Hills End’ which was a flawless nod back to the Britpop era. The band have returned with their ambitious follow-up ‘For Now’ and have raised the bar higher than we could’ve imagined. Continue reading Preview: DMA’s brand new album – ‘For Now’