No one should be afraid to do something different, Brockhampton tell Shortlist in a powerful new interview. Check out their competition and read the interview in full.
Richard Ashcroft releases ‘Born to Be Strangers’ from his forthcoming album.
Kilo Kash is wildly alive on Mothe and this her most confident and exciting record so far, make sure you don’t miss it.
The Spice Girls exhibition has decided to stay parked up at the Great Northern in Manchester until the end of the month.
Adam Lowe reviews the creative, expansive new album from Manchester-based group The Happy Soul.
John Preston has fixed feelings about Anna Calvi’s Hunter.
John Preston reviews All Saints fifth album, Testament, which features 2 songs produced by returning band collaborator, William Orbit.
John Preston shines the spotlight on Half Waif’s excellent grown-up synth pop album Lavender, one that you may have missed from earlier this year.
This is a wonderful album that Donald Trump can take at least partial credit for.
Kojey sees himself as a poet first and rapper second. In his new single ‘Water’ his words tackle ideas of race, masculinity, poverty and social injustices.