The name, Meg Duffy, might be on the tip of everyone's tongue right now, but Wildly Idle will put Hand Habits on the list of acts to follow in 2017.
Eighth album down the line and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's Nonagon Infinity is absolutely ridiculous, in the best way possible.
Plague Vendor, Love Buzzard and Chest Pains all in the games room at Brudenell Social Club on a Sunday night for free? Yes please.
Dirty Otter are back ahead of their National Dirty Otter Day next week for a night of nothing but math-rock.
Flourishing from three separate parts of America; Shannon and the Clams come together to create a treat for the eyes and ears with new single ‘It’s Too Late’.
Stopping off in Leeds on the second day of their UK tour, Nothing But Thieves prove exactly why they deserve their top ten spot in the album chart.
Turbowolf are a live force to be reckoned with: they’ve got thrashing heavy rock records that are backed up by an unconventional frontman.
Brawlers stopped off in Norwich at the beginning of their lengthy UK tour. With support coming from emo punks Milk Teeth; Brawlers and co. started the bank holiday with a bang.
Full of ferocious punk rock and random weirdness; check out The Amsterdam Red Light District’s (TARLD) debut album Gone For A While.
Since the release of Signals last year, Mallory Knox’s success has sky-rocketed.
What d’you get when you put Horsefight, Tigercub and Dinosaur Pile Up all on the same bill? Utter carnage. Hats off to Club The Mammoth - due to be at The Garage, Islington, Fridays.
This band really are something beautiful.