Never mind the All Blacks, here are the Buzzcocks
In admirable defiance of the mileage that Buzzcocks have clocked up, Manchester's punk heroes stormed through an adrenaline charged set at
Dublin's Plutonic Dust have been namechecked by all the right people over the last twelve months but crucially they have backed up that buzz with impressive live performances, last year's
The late-2015 release of The Agent Intellect, the third album from Protomartyr, found the Detroit band at the top of their game. One could argue that the last ten years
A Mercury-nominated debut album, an appearance on Jools, and a backstage spat with Sleaford Mods at Glastonbury - it's been an eventful 2015 for Tunbridge Wells duo Slaves. Are You Satisfied
Continuing the current trend for gender-monikered bands (we're looking at you September Girls, Girl Band, Girls Names) are Belfast four-piece Abandcalledboy who have just released their curiously titled EP www.
At the tender age of 17, Dubliner Katie Laffan won the Hot Press 'Big Break' competition, gracing the cover of the prestigious magazine in the process. Two years on, she