British rock duo Royal Blood dropped their first music video since 2014 for the new song Lights Out last night, which is the main single from their upcoming album How Did We Get So Dark?, due for release on June 16th. Continue reading “Track of the week: Royal Blood – Lights Out”
As aesthetically pleasing as they are, vinyl collections can be pretty expensive to keep up with, so you want to make sure you pick the right ones to add to your shelf. We’ve got you covered with our top 5 recommendations of must-have records that we believe to be staples of any collection. Continue reading “Top 5 vinyls to have in your collection”
Whilst other DJs rush to create the next summer anthem, it’s a sense of euphoria which the American DJ Audien (real name Nathaniel Rathbun) aims to create in his music – especially in his latest single, One More Weekend. Continue reading “Track of the week: Audien x MAX – One More Weekend”
After mystery posters popped up around Los Angeles of album artwork, Lana Del Rey’s new single Love was released shortly after, being her first release since her 2015 album Honeymoon.
With their successful album Sun Structures being released back in 2014, Temples became an exciting new band to be welcomed into the psychedelic rock scene, giving Tame Impala and MGMT a run for their money. Three years later, they’re back with a new album Volcano, but does it live up the high expectations Sun Structures gave us?
Alt-J have made a surprise comeback with their new single 3WW, and a new album Relaxer is due to be released in June.
After being opened in late 1984, nobody would have expected The New Adelphi Club – a tiny house situated down a shabby street in Hull – to have become arguably the most historical music venue to exist in the East Riding of Yorkshire today. Its many quirky features – such as a bomb site from the Blitz serving as a car park – is the reason it’s so loved. Continue reading “The Adelphi Club – A local treasure”
Making people stop scrolling their timeline to watch a Facebook video is a tricky task, but the social media platform is quite the valuable site for the up-and-coming DJ to promote their work. Yet, Danish producer Martin Jensen was able to crack the magic code – by remixing viral videos to create fresh dance hits.