Author Profile: Emily Anderton
Articles by Emily Anderton
On the soundtrack, Turner has distanced himself from the energetic, northern indie music that shot him and the lads to fame over five years ago
Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will’ is a bit of a sobering album title. Then again, ‘Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will’ is a bit of a sobering album
‘Hotel Shampoo’ ranges from nostalgic swing to quirky melancholy and back again, many times
Artists: Gruff Rhys
A comeback can be a tricky thing to master, but Gang Of Four have handled this one admirably maintaining their status as post-punk pioneers.
Before you get to bask in it’s uplifting glory our very own Emily Anderton met up with the guys to discuss all things Rolling Blackouts…
Artists: The Go! Team
An Introduction To… is painfully beautiful from start to finish, much like everything we’ve ever heard by Elliott Smith.
Artists: Elliott Smith
‘The Wants’ hosts a continual contrast of mystical tones and ever-changing beats which makes for a genuinely interesting listen.
Artists: The Phantom Band
There are few artists that hold as much influence over dance than Leftfield’s Neil Barnes. Yet being at the forefront is not always easy…
The band were feeding and thriving from the crowds energy and seemed visibly moved by the reaction they were getting.
Artists: The Cat Empire