Alex Cabre

Pulp, Young Fathers and more prove Latitude 2023 is brimming with icons past, present and future

Punks, poets, and pink sheep assemble: Latitude is here.

Wide Awake is the hottest ticket in town with Caroline Polachek, Viagra Boys and more

With an eclectic mix of rock, alt, and dance acts on the bill, it's a day for everyone to catch old favourites and discover some new ones too.

Ezra Furman: "I'm feeling a lot more melty these days"

With new album 'All Of Us Flames' about to land, a lot has changed for Ezra Furman.

Yard Act: "I don't think you can write about modern society without being political"

Breaking out of Yorkshire with their tongue-in-cheek but absolutely spot-on social commentary, Elton John's favourite new band (yes, really) Yard Act are kicking off 2022 with the release of their debut album.

The Wombats: Fix Up

When we think of indie-pop powerhouses The Wombats - back with brand new album 'Fix Yourself, Not The World' - we think of, well, mini-golf. Why? They're both tee-rific. (Sorry - Ed.)

2022 Albums Preview: Foals: “We weren’t particularly interested in writing any more heavy rock songs”

Foals have long since established themselves at indie rock’s top table, but following up on 2019’s double album extravaganza with their first record as a three piece, anything could follow. Even... erm... disco?
Courtney Barnett – Things Take Time, Take Time

Courtney Barnett - Things Take Time, Take Time

‘Things Take Time...’ is striking in its tenderness.

Kiwi newcomer Lévyne runs with the dogs in her ‘Losing Sleep’ video

It’s the first half of a double release with B-side ‘I Don’t Think It’s Me’.

Spector: Now or whenever

Back with their first album in six years, indie darlings Spector are a testament to hard work and not giving up.

Lucy Dacus: Candid camera

With her rich and confessional third album ‘Home Video’, Lucy Dacus is interrogating the past as a means of moving forward.
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