Jamila Woods shares brilliant video for ‘LSD’ featuring Chance The Rapper

Chicago-based soul singer, poet and activist Jamila Woods broke into the national spotlight with the release of her highly lauded debut LP, HEAVN a little over a year ago and now it’s available to purchase for the first time via Jagjaguwar and her original label home, Chicago’s respected hip-hop incubator Closed Sessions. Read more about Jamila Woods shares brilliant video for ‘LSD’ featuring Chance The Rapper

Jethro Tull Announce 50th Anniversary Tour

It was on the 2nd of February 1968 at the world-famous Marquee Club in Wardour Street that Jethro Tull first performed under that name. The group would go on to become one of the most successful and enduring bands of their era, selling over 60 million albums worldwide and entering the cultural collective consciousness along the way. Read more about Jethro Tull Announce 50th Anniversary Tour

Future Islands announce THIRD O2 Academy Brixton show

Future Islands have added a third London date to their UK in November. The Baltimore trio will headline the O2 Academy Brixton show on November 22nd – their third consecutive show at the hallowed 5,000-capacity venue. The additional date offers fans another opportunity to experience what the Guardian call “an infectious atmosphere of nervy energy and communal love.” Read more about Future Islands announce THIRD O2 Academy Brixton show

Sufjan Stevens, Nico Muhly, Bryce Dessner + James McAlister debut video for Planetarium track ‘Neptune’

Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner, Nico Muhly and James McAlister have premiered a video for their song ‘Neptune’, taken from their debut album Planetarium. Read more about Sufjan Stevens, Nico Muhly, Bryce Dessner + James McAlister debut video for Planetarium track ‘Neptune’

Ten noughties pop songs you tried to forget existed (but I still love them)

For someone purporting to be a music journalist, I actually have pretty shocking taste in music. Someone once said to me, ‘I like the way you like what you like’ which originally seemed like a complement – a high-five for being an individual and not following the flock – but the more I thought about it, the more I realised it was acknowledging that I was unashamed of my taste (or lack there of). Read more about Ten noughties pop songs you tried to forget existed (but I still love them)