FCK LDN is dedicated to digging into hidden corners of culture outside London, documenting the up and coming. Then someone like Neil Young comes to town; the eternal workman, clad in plaid and we roll over like obedient puppies. Hello, Mr. Soul – we don’t need to give you a reason. This is Neil Young.
Texan soundtrack masters and post-rock Gods Explosions in the Sky played Manchester in April. Karl Hodge didn’t go.
In their third year, the Jets already have one EP behind them and a couple of Battle of the Bands wins in their back pocket. Now they’re getting ready to graduate. We review their new set.
Leeds based four-piece Deadwall’s full length, DIY album shows every other post-demo age band how it should be done.
We listen to Cabinet of Millionaires eponymous release, mixing hard beats, strings, squelches and a soulful vocal to bring you the Tory era’s first new genre: Agit-House.
A new, Yorkshire based service wants musicians to help homeless people, by giving them a platform to promote their own work. We talked to the young entrepreneur behind “Tape UK”.
There could be more of an appetite for progressive leadership than you might think – and stay at home voters could have swung the election. Here’s the maths.
Facebook fan page Kate Bush News has evidence that the ethereal singer songwriter’s London show will be filmed for a DVD release.
We review the penultimate night of Gary Numan’s intimate tour of UK venues. Splinter, his most recent and 20th album, has been widely reviewed as one of his best. Which is just as well because tonight’s set leans heavily on it.