IDLES

Watch Lee Kiernan of IDLES discuss his gargantuan studio pedalboard

Capable of creating synth-like textures and huge walls of feedback.

IDLES release cover of Sharon Van Etten’s Peace Signs

It comes as part of the 10th anniversary edition of Epic.
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Watch: IDLES perform Carcinogenic across Bristol for Independent Venue Week

The performance was filmed live at the Louisiana, Exchange, The Mother’s Ruin, The Old Duke, and Trinity Centre.

The 10 Best Guitar Tracks to Hear This Week

This week's playlist features forgotten recordings, new reissues and monster riffery

IDLES announce amplifier raffle in support of #saveourvenues

It's a chance to win a Hiwatt stack, and contribute to a good cause.

“It was more is more, is more, is more!”: how Idles refused to restrain themselves on new album Ultra Mono

We sit down with guitarists Mark Bowen and Lee Kiernan to discuss the Bristol band’s meteoric rise, drugs, alcohol, mental health, the restorative powers of a good baritone, and the paths that led them to become the unlikely standard-bearers of a new kind of rock ‘n’ roll masculinity.
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Guitar.com Live: IDLES’ Lee Kiernan says “for me, playing live is therapy”

The guitarist spoke to us about pedals, feedback, practice and more.

The Big Listen: IDLES – Ultra Mono

A third album in four years sees IDLES sharpen both their sound and their knives for an uncompromising attack on austerity, political incompetence and the patriarchy. There’s a lot more resistance than joy here.
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