Australian psych-rock band Pond have built a cult-like status upon a steady stream of albums since 2009. This month sees the release of their seventh studio album, The Weather.
It has been almost five years since Amy Macdonald last released a record, but the 29-year-old Scottish singer-songwriter has returned with her fourth album Under Stars.
Supergroups don’t make much of an impact these days. Minor Victories, however, bucked that trend last year with their self-titled debut, arguably the best post-rock album of 2016.
Toothless is the new solo project by Bombay Bicycle Club bassist Ed Nash. His debut album The Pace Of The Passingis, he says, the album he’d always wanted to make.
Live @ YP Clockenflap winners Albert talk about The Strokes, playing at The Underground and what can be expected from the local band in the future.
Young Post is giving away two pairs of day tickets to next weekend’s Dragonland Music Festival!
Beyonce’s nine-minute performance at the 2017 Grammy Awards was among the most ambitious and logistically complex live segment the Grammys, or any other awards show, has attempted.
Elbow have come a long way since their formation in the early ’90s. A handful of albums went by almost unnoticed before 2008’s The Seldom Seen Kid put them on the musical map.
Max Richter has been spearheading the neo-classical movement since the early 2000’s, often lending his music to TV, film and theatre.
When guitarist Jamie Hince injured his hand, doctors weren’t sure whether he’d ever play music again. Seeing as he was one half of British rock duo The Kills, this was a pretty big problem.