A genuinely off-centre, engagingly indulgent experience.
Virulent and corrosive concoctions from the modern kings of extremity.
Sludge, tribalism, psychedelia, electronic music and Jamiroquai covers from Sheffield’s self-appointed scene leaders.
Tim Hecker will need no introduction. His music is constantly at the forefront of the genre, using electronic production and meticulous editing to shift, warp, pitch-bend and glitch his drawn […]
Images from a cold night of industrialised insanity.
We talk to the curators of Sheffield’s Best Metal Bands (spoiler: it’s just them).
Ionna Gika’s debut solo album impresses with mournful musings on familial grief and romantic dissolution.
Mono – Nowhere Now Here The term ‘post-metal’ was once synonymous with the term ‘experimental metal’, but in the few decades since its inception it has become evermore like a […]
Mental Health, Hip-Hop and Genre Convergence: Growing up in New York with Purple Tape Pedigree’s Geng
An in-depth and personal chat with NYC’s genre-defying maestro Geng, about everything from Burzum to UK club music.
Our four-part Album Of The Year list kicks off with picks 75 through 100.
Wilderness Hymnal’s Javier Wallis talks Final Fantasy, psychedelic heavy piano music and queer identity in metal.
Yet more proof that no one way of utilising a kick-ass riff is superior.
Check out a brand new track from Kosmogyr’s ambitious new remix album, alongside an in-depth interview with the duo.
The Body’s Lee Bufford helps us take a deeper insight into the duo’s latest LP.
Marking the 20th anniversary of Prurient, Rainbow Mirror proves another immersive listen from the project.
2017 has been a strange year at best – overshadowed by a sense of impending doom, it was inevitable that music’s dark side would rise again this year. And rise again it has.