Kelly Chard, founder of We Can Do It shines a light on some of the more interesting female and non-binary promoters who are ruffling (and spitting) feathers in the music industry.
As we all watch the world disintegrate, we asked our contributors to tell us which bits of 2017 they didn't completely hate. Photographer Chris Patmore picked a handful of his best.
Danish dreamboats, Baby In Vain, have announed a UK headline tour and an EU tour with A Place To Bury Strangers. We're stoked.
Girl Ray have announced their first ever headline tour and have dished out a brand new vocal-range-rollercoaster track, 'Don't Go Back At Ten' to wash it down with.
L.A. Witch share the reverb-heavy, garage-punk, imaginatively titled new single 'Untitled'. Debut album out 08/09/17 via Suicide Squeeze.
Las Kellies are playing in Europe and the UK (are we still in Europe?) through June and July, bringing garage, echoey Argentinian energy.
Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile have announced a US tour this Autumn in support of a collaboration LP. And we are unbelievably excited.
Musicians come together to pledge support to the NHS via Twitter account.
Most musicians are now aware of how corrupt the music industry is. Major record companies are corporate media conglomerates that behave like loan sharks, but with less ethics.
The hazy Nashvillers Okey Dokey have taken us by the hand and written a little track-by-track map for their new album. Love You, Mean It is out now via Exag Records.
An international survey of festival goers has highlighted the huge amount of waste generated at music festivals. The first of its kind survey was co-produced by Teresa Moore