Martha Luke reminisces on Noughties indie music.
Browsing: the strokes
The Wedgewood Rooms, also known simply as ‘The Wedge’ to locals, is Southsea’s leading independent…
As life as we know it slows to a stop, it seems so too do…
Clean Bandit, MØ, Biffy Clyro, The 1975 and The Strokes all performed on day two of the Parisian festival.
Tash Williamson breaks down some of the acts on Lollapalooza Paris’s billing.
The 2019 edition of Lollapalooza Paris will feature sets from the likes of Twenty One Pilots, Martin Garrix, The Strokes and Migos.
This week sees the return of some of the biggest in the world of music.
The Strokes’ guitarist, keyboard player and backup vocalist is stepping into a well deserved spotlight, and chatted to The Edge about his history and his future, plus where he’d be without music.
Jamie takes a look at The Strokes’ Albert Hammond, Jr’s third studio album, Momentary Masters.
Aggression and artistry in equal measure – how The White Stripes finally exploded into the mainstream with their stunning third album.