After five years of waiting, we finally have a new Radiohead album to enjoy. Here’s Buster Stonham on whether it was worth all the fuss. Radiohead A Moon Shaped Pool (XL) After five […]
After a three year hiatus, Scottish rockers Idlewild return with an acoustic tour of the Highlands and Islands. Buster Stonham makes the 570 mile journey to see them in action. Five years on from […]
Indie rockers The National now have their own indie film thanks to Tom Berninger, younger brother of the band’s lead singer Matt. And it’s not your average rock doc, as […]
Wild Beasts treat Brixton Academy and Buster Stonham to a special performance to showcase their new album Present Tense. The last time I saw Wild Beasts was in the beautiful yet sweltering Californian […]
The National were back in London this week to tour their 2013 album Trouble Will Find Me. Buster Stonham was on hand to witness another spine-tingling performance from the Ohio […]
Los Campesinos!’s new album is their best yet and could become one of your favourites of the year, writes Buster Stonham. Los Campesinos! – No Blues Wichita/Turnstile Trying to stand out […]
Canadian rockers Arcade Fire have released an early stream of their fourth studio album on YouTube. All 85 minutes of it. The first single from the album, also named ‘Reflektor’, […]
Spotify has received some high profile criticism recently, but is the streaming really killing the music industry? Buster Stonham gives his opinion. Last week Spotify celebrated its fifth birthday, but […]
Jackson & His Computer Band is back, and Rory Johnson finds much to admire on his second full length record, Glow.
The shortlist for the Mercury Prize 2013 has been announced. Here, our writers make their case for who they think should take home this year’s award. Spoiler: no Rudimental.