Burch takes inspiration from the Terrence Malick classic, 'Badlands.'
Earth frontman, Dylan Carlson on working with The Bug, living under a presidential huckster and the illusion of the American dream.
Pavement's Scott Kannberg on life, death, fatherhood, IKEA and the Pavement reunion rumours.
The Swedish duo turn to the Middle East and Asia for inspiration on new track.
Destroyer takes influence from French cinema in a new music video.
The Canadian duo emulate the best of nineties pop-rock on latest single.
The Catalonian quartet put legal troubles behind them to release their eagerly anticipated EP.
The next phase in the WWF's history, 1992-1997, saw the introduction of Razor Ramon and Sean Michaels.
New exhibition and album release set to showcase the Liverpudlian britpop quartet's early touring years.
The American rap star reworks tracks for the deluxe release of latest mixtape, '1992'
Seven years since her last studio release, the French singer and actress has returned to music.
New York’s Reverend Billy returns for a radical mix of passion and politics
Lee Broadbent on performance and politics, the age of social media and his divorce settlement from Donald Trump.
The Icelandic/Brightonian three-piece display punk-informed rock on their new release.
An Elvis impersonator, Santa Claus and strip club dancer combine in the Philadelphia band's new video.
The Glaswegian band share a taste of upcoming album 'In Memory Of' with a slow burn track.
The skater chic trend continues with fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld now taking the wheel.
Selway discusses his new solo project, the challenges of drumming in Radiohead and his early love for Lou Reed.
The actor and writer's memoir explores societal expectations of masculinity.
The film that established the Coens' filmmaking careers still influences the cinema and television of today.
Romantic strings, powerful vocals, and pulsating electronic sound combine on a deeply emotive track.
The band create an anthem for the technology obsessed Gen X.
Nigel Blackwell on Townes Van Zandt, new cycling fans and his annoyance with Mrs Brown's Boys.
The band recruit artist Casey Reas for a new "day in the life" style music video.
The two acclaimed songwriters make creative collaboration appear effortless on new tracks.
The duo deliver their staple darkly retro sound with an eighties-inspired power pop track.
We chat to singer, Joe Keogh about 'difficult second album' syndrome, artistic intergrity and his dream super-group.
Fabian Fohrer’s typographic works are bold and innovative and explore the boundaries of both design and the designer.
The innovative polymath will be celebrated in a programme of events at Bluecoat in Liverpool.
The 'Moon Dogs' director chats about his filmmaking process, musical obsessions, Brexit, and Irvine Welsh.
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