The age old question! How do we separate the art from the artist?
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Records Executive Katie Evans muses over what we can really call ‘indie’ music today, nor even if indie music still exists in the way we once defined it.
Writer Bailey Williams gives his honest opinion on Morrissey’s latest release.
Music has always been a way of denouncing conflict – Maddie Lock looks at why this has been such a successful platform
Do the things the Smiths singer has said detract from him as an artist? Alex Gourley explores.
Harry Fortuna previews Morrissey’s upcoming show on the south coast (03/03/2018).
The controversial Smith’s frontman is back with his eleventh solo album.
In anticipation of Morrissey’s new album, Harry Fortuna looks back at his “most accomplished work”.
The film adaption of Stephen Chbosky’s coming-of-age novel celebrates five years of release today.
The Smiths released their classic album ‘The Queen is Dead’ 30 years ago today on 16th June 1986.
‘Oh Sweetness, Sweetness I was only joking…’ One of the Smiths’ most iconic tracks celebrates it’s 30th anniversary today.
Even as Marr approaches the tender age of fifty, this Mancunian overlord does not look like he is going to stop. Jamie Wall headed down to Bournemouth for a night of music, new and old.