She’s come a long way from Glastonbury.
Articles by Tony Hardy
They also talk about their new album and touring the US eventually.
A psychedelic melting pot from Foxygen drummer Shaun Fleming.
The Brooklynites shine on a highly listenable, label-defying debut.
Music can be this good and still leave you oddly feeling a little flat.
Summer Camp swaps fiction for something closer to home.
A highly theatrical, but worthwhile indulgence.
The singer-songwriter’s ninth LP juggles the contentment of motherhood with darker preoccupations.
Sweet, tuneful, and easily consumablean A&R mans dream, indeed.
The aging singer at his most assured.
Chances are these songs will endure, hopefully the hiatus won’t.
See what’s been cooking up in Southampton, UK.