Gang of Youths are ready for big things.
Any hipster would be justified in wearing a “Norwegians Do It Better” T-shirt right now.
Drenge, the neo-garage, post-grunge two-piece from Castleton, Derbyshire, have striking album covers.
The past few years have brought forth a wave of new voices in indie rock that are chronicling their restless twenty-something experience through a feminist lens.
Aussie promoters may not exactly consider the Queens, New York street rapper Action Bronson (AKA Ariyan Arslani) Mr Wonderful after he cancelled two tours in the space of a year – the last, over summer, due to “recording commitments”.
It would be a whole lot of fun to dub All Time Low’s new album Future Hearts an all-time high, but the US pop punks’ sixth studio effort limbos tipsily under a pretty high bar set by 2012’s Don’t Panic.
In recent years hip-hop has arguably entered a metaphysical phase, with ‘emo’ MCs such as Drake dominating the scene.
It feels a bit strange hearing this breakup album, a record that could perfectly soundtrack your angst-ridden teenage years, from a band well past their adolescence.
It’s a cruel world out there.