She oozes confidence when she's killing it on stage. But even Courtney Barnett had to beat some demons to find her sound.
Former Joy Division member Peter Hook plays every song they ever made in a church in Macclesfield and we curate a list of ways to remember the frontman of one of the most influential bands of all time.
Former Sonic Youth frontman Thurston Moore found craziness and creativity, but most importantly community, when he arrived in New York City at the height of punk.
Growing up on the outskirts of a scene spurred Gang of Four’s Andy Gill and music photographer Anton Corbijn to cement themselves at the centre of their own creative worlds.
While you’re in Brighton for The Great Escape, don’t miss out on its free and rowdier little brother: The Alternative Escape. We spoke to festival manager Kevin Moore to find out more.
Merrill Garbus found her stride, and her kaleidoscopic sound, when she stopped chasing after everyone’s approval.
At eighteen, Fiona Stewart was a single mum living in squats and homeless shelters. After resurrecting The Big Chill she’s now the award winning director of Green Man Festival.
Europe's biggest new music showcase kicks off once again in Brighton. We've got our top picks from the tenth anniversary edition and exciting news about Huck's stage at The Komedia on Saturday May 16.
The most intriguing venues and dopest events at Land of Kings festival, Hackney, Sunday May 3.
For Terakaft, rock ’n’ roll doesn’t mean women, sex and drugs. It means using guitars not guns to fight for a brighter future.
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez is a young environmental artist and activist from Boulder, Colorado, whose unorthodox campaigns are gaining international attention.
Political musician gives his take on Russell Brand, social media, electoral reform and new radical music.