Unknowns create mesmeric urban-tribal music with potentially viral video
Formerly with Aussie band Snowman, McKee torches his past to delightful, lushly atmospheric effect
Enjoy this amazing new ethereal-R&B artist while you can – less voice than void, she may not be here for long
The Killers were the class act, while Bon Jovi summed up the tone of this year's dad-rock-friendly festival, writes Ian Gittins
Tenessee's finest are back, with muscles flexed and new songs that recapture their old sense of energy and fun, writes Kitty Empire
Irish four-piece Kodaline tick all the anthemic indie-rock boxes but the choruses on their debut album never really soar, writes Ally Carnwath
Tunng's latest is a concept album about a fictional village whose inhabitants impose their personalities on the music itself, writes Maddy Costa
Sigur Rós have a bit more sturm und drang on their latest, and it suits them well, writes Dave Simpson
The 26-year-old Devonian who won two Brit awards is so ambivalent about the spotlight he plays this gig in the dark, writes Caroline Sullivan
The Glasgow trio's rough-edged, noncomformist take on synthpop is, they say, not 'DIY or die'
This duo take us back to the golden age of the 1960s. But which year in particular?
A compilation that tries to paint 1980s indie as a mythic genre akin to 60s garage rock is perhaps a bit too much in love with its subject, says Alexis Petridis
Introducing a group of Australian psych-rockers with a dash of goth and a taste for drama