Tim and Aaron run The House Clearance House Party, the UK’s only free vinyl club night. The concept is simple: they only play 7’’ vinyl singles, and after each one […]
2016 saw the release of some of memorable new music, including important albums that challenged conventions, reinvigorated established styles and enshrined burgeoning reputations. Here, Phil Smith and Piers Barber present a run down of the Music […]
Following the release of two cutting-edge productions by two of music’s biggest stars, Devon Bianchi asks whether we are entering a new era in the history of the music video. This week […]
Reflektor is one of this year’s most anticipated albums, but does it contain the music capable of leaving the legacy it so eagerly desires? Not quite, but it’s a memorable and occasionally stunning […]
James Blake’s second album Overgrown has won this year’s prestigious Barclaycard Mercury Prize, writes Piers Barber. The winner, which is chosen by a panel of music critics and industry figures, […]
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.