Talking his new album Come Home The Kids Miss You and dream dates in Target, Jack Harlow covers our Summer 22 issue.
Harry Styles drops the official tracklist for his upcoming album, Harry's House, leaving us all with a case of fan-girl-fuelled hysteria.
Edinburgh-hailed trio Liimo talk their debut album Volume 01, staying creative and what's next for the group.
Bad-boy rapper G-Eazy has talks his new album, and the fight not to lose himself along the way.
O.C. – TROPHIES
O.C. is a bona fide megastar in Golden Age-era hip-hop legend. As a member of the Diggin’ In the Crates collective in the 1990s that boasted MCs like Show & AG, Lord Finesse, Diamond D, Fat Joe, and the late Big L, Omar Credle’s first two albums, 1994’s Word…Life and 1997’s Jewelz, are classics in […]
Beach House – BLOOM
Beach House’s third album, Teen Dream, was drowned in praise last decade, sitting pretty at the top of a number of end-of-year lists after its 2008 release – which makes Bloom, the Baltimore duo’s newest offering, one of the year’s most anticipated albums.Wonderland couldn’t help but press the band‘s gifted and mystical chanteuse Victoria LeGrand […]
Matthew Dear – BEAMS
Matthew Dear embodies the true essence of what electronic music was originally about. With influences ranging from Brian Eno or David Bowie, Dear is far from just a techno producer. From his much lauded debut album, 2003’s Leave Luck To Heaven, on Ghostly International through to breakout LPs Asa Breedand 2010’s Black City, the Texas-born […]
FUTURE THIS – The Big Pink
Milo Cordell, The Big Pink’s sultry synth giant, claims 2012 will see the band recast their sound afresh, paring back their penchant for noisy guitar layering and live drumming. The duo’s second full length, Future This – out on January 13th – is the result of work with tastemaking producer Paul Epworth. We pressed Cordell […]