Triumph and disaster in southeast London for the second edition of Sunfall Festival.
Something very special occurred in a Dutch Forest earlier this month...
Newcomers The Tower talk intimacy, emerging talent and partying in the woods.
Introducing Count Counsellor, the multi-instrumentalist front-man bringing back the funk.
Grace Lightman, Charli XCX, Torres and more.
In light of the recent death of Chris Cornell, Tung contributor Emma Griffin tells us why 90s grunge is still so important to her.
The Tung Junior Editor Sarah Margetson on Lana Del Rey's typically melancholic fourth offering.
Tash Walker, presenter of radio show Get In Her Ears, on broadcasting, tunes, and gender inequality.
From Soundcloud at seventeen to a collab with Damon Albarn at twenty-one. Mura Masa's talent makes us a little nauseous.
70s retro or 90s nostalgia abound, but Haim are nonetheless a band for 2017.
Lorde's imbues her pop with so much head and heart that it’s impossible not to find real life in it.
Rostam, Ibeyi, Calvin Harris and more.
We caught up with AV artist Mira Calix ahead of her headline set at Splice Festival.
Norwegian 20 year old Sigrid sets herself apart from the Scandi-pop crowd.
We spoke to the mastermind behind the immersive performance company Silent Opera.
The Tung reviews Mike Hadreas' luminescent album about the transcendence of pain, of oppression, and of self.
Tove Styrke, Luwten, Frank Ocean and more.
Charli XCX brings her No. 1 Angel show to Camden, cementing her status as the ascending queen of alt-pop. Read the review.
We sat down with TheseDays club night founders to talk the London club scene.
Kwaye, Kendrick, Calibre and more.
The guys behind music podcast Phone Call From God give us the lowdown.
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We met with Marina Blake and Saul Rohr to talk Brainchild, Platform, and the value of community.
Arca, Thundercat, Stormzy and more.
Bring back the days of yore when live music at the cinema was par for the course. Read The Tung's review of 'There Will Be Blood' live and get involved in the live orchestra revolution.
Gorillaz, Sampha, Plaid and more.
Meet The Idea, a brand new London based music party and playlist collective.
Did the highly anticipated new The xx record live up to expectations? Read The Tung's review and find out...
Semi-unpopular opinion: we miss the old Kanye. We're holding out though for a re-upped super-Kanye in 2018 who releases excellent music and - if we're lucky - no clothes.
We're super happy (mostly) with the outcome of the BBC Sound Of...2017 poll.