Sexy Future, the debut album from Captain Avery and the Cosmic Triceratops of Intergalactic Peace, is a weird and chaotic sonic representation of a distinct, peculiar contemporary hippie subculture.
The second realisation of No Bounds festival will ignite Sheffield with innovative sounds in mid-October.
One of our top records of this year so far is undoubtedly Jackie Moonbather's playful and tender Month of May, released by Blancmange Lounge.
Tonia Victoria is a name you're going to hear more often in days to come. Since the release of her self-produced debut EP Herstory, she's been slowly but surely earning some well-deserved attention for her soulful and authentic songwriting.
LIO has been building her profile as a solo artist for a few years now as she’s traveled between the Netherlands and the UK. With her new band behind her, and a string of singles lined up, she’s about to turn things up to the next level.
With so much live music on offer at the Tramlines Fringe, it can be hard to know where to start. Here's Pink Wafer's rundown of Tramlines Fringe venues, along with our top picks for the weekend.
K.O.G talks about Sheffield, Ghana, and Zongo Music - a collective to represent the next generation of alternative music in the North.
It speaks of his restless striving to convey his truth through artistic self-expression, tempered by the burden of self-doubt and depression.
The Folk Forest are running their own mini festival in Endcliffe Park on the weekend of Tramlines.
Mango Disco are using their new project Sounds from Planet Earth to talk about migration and music.