In the calm before their London headline show, Cub talks to Destroy Boys about writing their new album, touring with Alkaline Trio, and self-improvement during lockdown.
One band, two gigs, three albums, and four immense sets. This is how I won reading week seeing Destroy Boys live.
Second EP Anxiety Machine hits out at modern living, from the embodiment of such in dreary MK
Baby Queen on The Yearbook, the Taylor Swift school of Song Writing, and being the most stylish person at Reading and Leeds
Indie rock band, and former Queen Mary University students Project Culture treated audiences to an energetic headline show in Dalston.
Finding Self Esteem (the band, not my own) via struggles with labels and basic description, because journalism is best served indistinct
Solar Power veers into chill territory as Lorde begins the lead us towards her long-awaited third album
With a less in-your-face approach, the London legends bring a mood™ for their third, made-in-lockdown LP
Heartbreak, ruminations on poetry, and whispers of a secret past – is this an interview or a murder mystery?