Sathnam Sanghera's Empireworld helps pave the way for some serious discussion or reasonable debate regarding legacy.
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Florence Black are a band comfortable in whatever style of rock they choose, and second album Bed Of Nails proves it.
Dark Rainbows, the band's fifth album, is worth a listen for Frank Carter fans but it feels like something is missing in the music that made the Rattlesnakes so vicious and brilliant before.
Retro-futuristic beats and eccentric disco vibes populate this latest release from cult French groover Black Devil Disco Club.
Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru continues its run of innovative remounts this month with Ie Ie Ie, helmed by one half of Wales' first non-binary directing team, Juliette Manon.
The Last Dinner Party’s debut album should give you enough reasons not to underestimate the prowess of the glam rock spectacle that they are.
Step into the creative universe of Nookee, led by identical twins Gemma and Violet Hunt-Humphries, and get a sneak peek into their upcoming live album.
Maeve Brennan's The Long-Winded Lady, offers crisp and poignant observations of NYC's streets via historical moments and urban design evolution.
Explore the raw but funny narrative of Holly Pester's debut novel The Lodgers, full of complexities of politics, poverty, and female bodies.
“After 40 years, I finally think of myself as a singer” – MARTIN FRY on heading up ABC and an orchestra
ABC have stood the test of time better than most of their peers, and are touring a set built around 1982 LP The Lexicon Of Love. Vocalist Martin Fry took a call from Buzz’s Billy Edwards.
New poetry for January: towers, tolls, tarot cards, teenagers & a title raising money for Gazan children
From tarot cards to teengers to the process of writing poetry itself, Mab Jones presents the first of 2024's best new poetry.
WIth frenetic energy and powerful riffs, a live performance from grunge sensation Skating Polly proves their rise is unstoppable.
“What’s the buzz?” Why, it’s Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar coming to the Millennium Centre in its Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre incarnation.
Step into the sonic time machine with The Libertines in this electrifying but intimate Cardiff gig - a raw a preview of the upcoming album.
An enchanting world of Welsh folk was erected by The Gentle Good and John Francis Flynn at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff.
Future Islands' latest album, People Who Aren’t There Anymore, dives into middle-aged heartbreak with spacious synth beats.
Discover the transformative power of friendship on London's streets in Emma Tarlo's memoir, Under The Hornbeams.
Experience the raucous sound of His Lordship's debut album—a wild ride of fast, furious, rock'n'roll-infused tracks.
Anna Calvi's virtuoso touch elevates Peaky Blinders' emotion in Season 5 & 6 scores, expressing the duality of Tommy Shelby's life through haunting melodies
Experience the resurrection of gothic pop-punk with Alkaline Trio's 10th album, Blood, Hair And Eyeballs, in which Matt Skiba leads a journey of Hammer Horror heartache and jet black humor.
Gruff Rhys navigates cosmic loneliness with joyous compositions on Sadness Sets Me Free, a political and musical journey.
Welcome to Ross Noble’s Jibber Jabber Jamboree! The Newcastle comic may be an old hat on the touring circuit, but with lockdown in his rearview mirror, he’s fixated on the future.
An electric night in Cardiff rock club unfolded when Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard unleased chaos along with Monet and Em Koko.
Aniefiok Ekpoudom captures the essence of grime and hope in modern British rap, unveiling the stories of unsung heroes in Where We Come From.