A couple of months ago I was sat in front of Berlin’s famous cathedral, basking in the sunshine and refreshing myself with a bottle of pear Absolut vodka that cost […]
Noah Kittinger, aka Bedroom, has released his second full-length album, titled ‘Grow’. It manages to portray a sense of progression, both emotionally and technically, while still maintaining the lo-fi innocence […]
Last week, following the release of his second full-length album, we brought you an interview with Noah Kittinger, aka Bedroom. Today we once again come bearing gifts, this time in the […]
Luminous, the band’s fourth album, is a milestone in The Horrors’ never-ending quest for self-improvement, and although it doesn’t see as bigger redirection as we’ve witnessed from their past two albums, they’ve almost certainly released their finest set of tracks to date.
Ska legend Neville Staple has released a video for ‘Roadblock’ from his upcoming album Ska Crazy.
The musical king and queen of Australasia (who said we can’t be dramatic?) unite as New Zealander Lorde’s ‘Tennis Court’ gets reworked by Australian Flume.
‘Avant Gardener’ may have caught everyone’s attention, but it’s ‘Anonymous Club’ that truly showcases the Australian singer’s vocal talents and songcrafting ability.
Birmingham band Peace are back with ‘Money’, the first sign of things to come from their second album.
Brooklyn’s Glass Gang ditch the dreamy shoegaze for a more aggressive sonic assault.
Metronomy release first new music since 2011’s English Riviera.
We’re huge fans of Deptford Goth here at the Raccoon, and we’re excited to present a Fis remixed ‘Guts No Glory’.
BBC go all synthy on new single ‘Carry Me’.
Forget Beach House, wave goodbye to Beach Fossils and leave the Beach Boys well in the past, as there’s a new sandy shored act making some serious waves (yeah?) in the music industry.
We speak to the brains behind GRUMBY about their main influences, music releases and Grumpy the Cat…
It’s been three years since I last saw Warpaint and at the time they played in Birmingham Academy’s second room to a decent sized crowd, but one that was utterly dwarfed by last night’s turn out.
Dave Sitek, best known for his work in pioneering New York band TV On The Radio and his producing efforts, has released a new track available to stream, titled ‘God […]
***For the Cambridge News*** A Cambridge chocolatier is highlighting the value people with autism can offer in the workplace with a tasty work experience project. Tying in with today’s World […]