Fyfe Dangerfield won Mercury Prize and Brit Awards nominations in the 2000s with Guillemots.
No, it's not the great lost Madonna single from 1987. It's the first single from the new Japanese Breakfast album Jubilee.
Black Honey will tour the UK after their one-off, socially distanced show at the Kingston Pryzm on June 24th.
Wolf Alice gave a live debut to their new single on Later...With Jools Holland.
Sand, the latest from Balthazar, is our pick of the albums reviewed on these pages during the past seven days.
The Mars Volta have felt close to a return almost constantly since their end in 2013.
Architects and Maximo Park deliver another week on the UK Record Store Chart which mirrors the main chart rundown.
On Leaving Antwerp, Balthazar are in unsurprisingly reflective state of mind, but the musical recipe is the same as it for the rest of Sand.
Roddy Woomble was productive during 2020 lockdown time.
The Streets' Mike Skinner is looking forward to the potential end of lockdown.
Sleeper will join Richard Ashcroft and Supergrass at Splendour Festival.
The Howlers have more new music ready to go during the next few months.