Sam Fischer wrapped up his UK tour in London and our editor-in-chief, Mansi Vithlani attended his last show.
Sea Girls started from nothing, yet here they are headlining the O2 Academy Brixton in London
Covid-19 has changed many things, but not London’s music scene. This is what I thought when I saw Inhaler at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town on 6 October.
The Specials’ Encore tour graced the grand stage of Troxy, and our Politics and Current Affairs editor Maeve Schaffer was in the audience
As the Zeros tour reached the O2 Academy Brixton, our Arts and Culture editor Kezia Reynolds was lucky enough to attend.
Big Red Machine – Aaron Dessner and Justin Vernon’s collaborative project – releases their second album including artists Ben Howard and Taylor Swift.
Our Resident reviewer Sam Shaw is back, reviewing Half Pipes most recent track 'Smooth and Relax'; easy listening with a prog rock punch.
Noel Gallagher made headlines when he made an ignorant comment about Little Mix regarding their recent BRIT award for the Best British Group category.
Following the success of his viral TikTok becoming a number one hit in the UK, Carrot Magazine were lucky enough to sit down virtually with Nathan Evans.
Amber Run move listeners with new single, 52 Blue. This single is rich in echoed vocals and has a heart-breaking backstory.
After the success of her single, Driver’s License, Olivia Rodrigo has released Sour, her debut album, at the age of 18.
Following the cocaine controversy of this year’s Eurovision, we explore why there seems to be a link between drug use and popular music. *This article does not condone the use of recreational drugs. Eurovision 2021 had the same glamour, glitz and little bit of ridiculousness as always. However this year, there was also the debate...