Not sure what to expect or listen to to prepare for Stump, Wentz, and co in Cardiff? Joshua Williams picks five crucial Fall Out Boy songs to get in the mood…
“I’m so proud of our little band” – HAIRCUT 100: Nick Heyward & Les Nemes reflect on 40 years of PELICAN WEST
Haircut 100 blazed into the early 1980s. Now on their first tour in 40 years, Billy Edwards speaks to frontman Nick Heyward and bassist Les Nemes on their revived fortune.
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's The Silver Cord takes a surprising musical turn. Will it leave a lasting impression though?
Coming four years after his lauded Tenderness album, Lighthouse is a shockingly good set of songs from the man who will always be known as the bassist from Guns N’ Roses.
After nearly a decade since their last album, The Gaslight Anthem return with a collection of new songs for their eager fanbase.
Their first album since 2019, The Kills' God Games delivers a rich, emotional sound that's confidently their own.
Twenty-eight years after their notorious Thank You album, Duran Duran's Danse Macabre is more than just Halloween-themed covers.
Titled Dim Dwywaith (Not Twice), slacker rockers Mellt's new record features accounts of adulthood, Welsh identity and technological development. The band told Emma Way more about it.
90s nostalgia was in full swing when S Club's reunion tour rolled into Cardiff, which also included touching tributes to Paul Cattermole.
Discover the best of SŴN Festival 2023 in Cardiff with our roundup of live reviews, from Mickey Callisto to Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs.
New Welsh music you may have missed in October, from solo wooden flute to ladles of nihilistic sludge
October’s pick of new music you may have missed in Wales includes pop, dance, indie, psychedelia and jazz.
Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore's first memoir doesn't contain juicy revelations but his passion for music bleeds through every page.
Kids In Glass Houses' 15 year anniversary show in Cardiff for Smart Casual is a cathartic experience for long-time fans.
Live in Cardiff for the first time in seven years, when classical superstar Ludovico Einaudi is good, he's astounding.
Margo Price's unique blend of country music in Strays II is an expansion of creativity that defies genres and expectations.
Dive into the haunting world of Reverend Kristin Michael Hayter's Saved!, a mesmeriding blend of spirituality and the avant-garde.
Re-immerse yourself in the genre-defying excellence of Tricky's Maxinquaye (Reincarnated), a timeless gem that stands the test of time.
Join Dream Nails in their fierce musical resistance against misogyny via new album Doom Loop, a rallying cry for female, trans and queer voices.
The triumphant return of The Rolling Stones is beckoned on Hackney Diamonds, a fresh and defiant album that captures the essence of rock.
“It’s the holy grail” – WILLIE J HEALEY on the soul of his music, supporting FLORENCE + THE MACHINE, playing Cardiff
Willie J Healey's vintage-sounding musical combo of pop, funk and soul is taking him places – most immediately Cardiff’s Sŵn Festival, where he kicks off his UK tour.
With Llais as a whole and in her own concert, Gwenno has done exactly what she set out to do: bringing people together in amazement at the beauty of the musical voice.
The enchanting blend of Qawwali and Flamenco at Llais Festival made for unforgettable musical fusion transcending boundaries.
As Sly Stone has been out of the public eye since the 90s, his new memoir - Thank You - comes as a welcome surprise, and worth the wait.
One of Bob Marley's many musical sons, the philanthropic Julian Marley answers our trademark Things That Made Me questions ahead of two Welsh live dates.