This month, we’re going full on escapism and hopping in our time machine to head back to ’70s New York; all at the invitation of the one and only, St. Vincent.
As iconic as ever, her gritty-but-fabulous new record ‘Daddy’s Home’ once again boasts a technicolour world of delights, and we’re thrilled to step into it with you on DIY magazine.
Elsewhere this month, we get the gossip on Wolf Alice’s long-awaited return, dive into the incredible world of girl in red (and get a couple of her fans involved at the same time), and discover what lies within Royal Blood’s third album ‘Typhoons’. There are also chats with Dry Cleaning, Manchester Orchestra, Holly Humberstone, The Horrors and Kero Kero Bonito. Plus, we speak to none other than the legend that is Tom Jones. Yes, you read that right… Tom Jones. And in this month’s Neu section, we’re highlighting incredible new artists Greentea Peng, Skullcrusher, NewDad and Chloe Moriondo.
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