As The Strokes turn 20, there’s no better time to play their incredible albums and spend hours sifting through live performances on YouTube, all the while pondering the question: has anyone done it better since? Continue reading What Ever Happened? Celebrating 20 Years of The Strokes
New York quartet Public Access TV are a band that are tipped to be the next big thing out of the city, with their fantastic debut album ‘Never Enough’ capturing the spirit of bands like The Strokes and the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s in the early 2000’s. Continue reading Public Access TV are gearing up to release their second album, and you should be listening
“It pains me,” said Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Tom Hansen in (500) Days of Summer, “we live in a world where no-one’s heard of Spearmint.” Continue reading Spearmint: Britpop’s forgotten heroes
Released in 2002, ‘Heathen Chemistry’ is now older than some of today’s Oasis fans. The record may not be ageing as well as ‘Definitely Maybe’ and ‘What’s The Story Morning Glory’, but it still provided some pretty great moments.
Continue reading Celebrating 15 years since Oasis’ fifth studio album ‘Heathen Chemistry’
It’s been ten years since The Enemy released their debut long-player, We’ll Live And Die In These Towns. Four decades after the emergence of punk rock, it remains one of the finest examples of rage against the system to be recorded. Continue reading Celebrating 10 years since The Enemy’s debut album
It’s been eleven years this week since the Arctic Monkeys released their genre defining album Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not. Continue reading 11 years on from the release of ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’