Gary Walker

Introducing… Holly Macve, the country artist with a widescreen vision on her “coming-of-age” sophomore album

Galway-born singer and guitarist Holly Macve on the “bigger and more expansive” sound of Not The Girl, the hand-built guitar that feels like home and writing her third album before her second has even been released.

Royal Blood – Typhoons Review: A technicolour major-label pop monster

After a rapid, turbulent rise in which the Brighton two-piece released a pair of No.1 albums, bass-wielding frontman Mike Kerr takes stock on a confessional yet colourful third.

The National’s 20 greatest guitar moments, ranked

The National’s intricately crafted slow-burning melancholia has seen them ascend to the indie-rock big league. We take a deep dive into the work of their superlative twin guitarists, Aaron and Bryce Dessner.

“We’ve never stopped. This thing is our life and we don’t know anything else”: Teenage Fanclub on touring with Nirvana and new album Endless...

35 years into a career that now spans 11 studio albums, we caught up with guitarists Norman Blake and Raymond McGinley to talk cheap offsets, touring with Nirvana and Radiohead, and why they’re feeling stronger than ever.

The Big Listen: Ed Cosens – Fortunes Favour

Reverend And The Makers’ guitarist goes it alone on a debut solo album that pays homage to two of his esteemed Sheffield peers yet achieves a charming elegance all of its own.