A catalogue of interviews, artist profiles, and comment pieces, ranging from discussions with fledgling local artists to pondering the big questions, like how easy is it to have a Chinese Democracy on your hands?
A small tribute to Carey Lander, keyboardist and backing singer for Camera Obscura, who died of bone cancer after raising over £60,000 for Sarcoma UK.
Field Day rang in its ninth year in style, with evergreen icons rubbing shoulders with some of this decade’s freshest upstarts. Great bagels, too.
Blur are the latest players to prove that there’s no matching the seismic clout of a sudden return.
Why it’s important that we continue to cherish the communal properties of music, even as it becomes less affordable in physical form.
The death of The Fly – the UK’s “longest serving monthly free sheet” – opens up a worrying issue about the slow death and parallel fetishisation of print media.
The streaming service isn’t an ideal model, but perhaps lynchpin detractors should be railing against more integral issues with contemporary record labels.
Affable, baritone-d troubadour discusses music as a platform for storytelling, and how Kickstarter can rekindle one’s faith in humanity.
A brief bio on charismatic, gutsy-vocalled Jordan Charles and his sketchy associates.
Rounding up the highlights of 2013’s bonanza in the Highlands.
An interview with the delightful and sprightly Kitty Macfarlane; Warwick’s own folky heroine.
A send-up of hometown heroes Butterflies On Strings, whose pristine jangle-pop deserves eulogistic commendation.
Why bringing an instrument to university can be proactive, highly therapeutic, and perfect for neighbourly revenge.
Are short attention spans and compact schedules hindering our enjoyment of albums in their entirety?