Danish rockers Communions have dabbled in moody 80s-inspired rock since they formed in 2013. But on their new album, Blue, they channel a much cleaner, more characterful pop sound.
Rock n’ roll was more than a new kind of music, but a new story to tell, one for kids with transistor radios in their hands and money in their pockets, beginning to raise questions their parents never had the luxury to ask.
Psychedelic rockers Bo Ningen talk about being selfish, singing in Japanese, and performing in Hong Kong
Clad in flowing robes with waist-length black hair flowing in the breeze, Bo Ningen was one of the most memorable acts at Clockenflap 2015.
Laura Marling has become one of the most prolific song writers in the past decade, renowned for changing her style with each record. This month sees the release of her sixth full length Semper Femina.
Don’t expect the psychedelic quartet’s new album to rock your world – it’s good but it treads old ground.
Snoop Dogg’s new “Lavender” music video features a world of clowns, and one is clearly a President Donald Trump parody.
After working on many other artists’ songs, California’s Thundercat, aka Stephen Bruner, presents his third solo album, Drunk.
Check out the line-up of up-and-coming acts for this year’s Festival.
Nikolai Fraiture is more commonly known for playing bass in iconic New York rock band The Strokes, though this isn’t his first time going it alone (his previous solo project was called Nickel Eye).
Listen: Four Quarters return with Tongues, frontman Zubin Isaac reveals the inspiration behind first track since Songs About Girls
It is just over a year after Hong Kong post-hardcore band Four Quarters is back with a new single, Tongues. But, a lot has changed.