Featuring Wolf Alice, Tame Impala, Savages. DIY’s July issue is a Latitude Festival special.
They’ve delivered the year’s defining debut, conquered US telly and Brixton Academy is in their sights - now Wolf Alice are on the cover of DIY’s July 2015 issue.
Free via UK stockists, online and on Apple Newsstand, the July issue finds a band going way beyond even the most far-fetched of expectations. They’re the group this generation’s been holding out for, and this month’s cover feature tracks their journey from haphazard beginnings to the real deal.
This month’s magazine is a Latitude Festival special. Wolf Alice onwards, we give the essential guide to this summer’s must-see fest. Savages tell us all about their new album, Prides look ahead to being the cream of the new bands crop and Drenge discuss getting safety instructions for their gigs.
We dig into the new bands you won’t want to miss, the likelihood of anyone jumping into the Latitude lake and the excitement around this year’s headliners, Alt-J, Portishead and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
Elsewhere, Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker admits that making music isn’t getting any easier, but new album ‘Currents’ suggests he’s still onto a winner.
There’s also Lucy Rose, landing on her feet with a fully-realised sound on LP2. She tells us about how a trip around the world helped her get there.
We deliver verdicts on albums from Wolf Alice, Muse, Bully and LA Priest, while Neu offers introductions to Black Honey, Georgia and Beach Baby.
DIY’s July 2015 issue is free from record shops, venues and Dr. Martens stores from 24th June onwards. It’ll also be available to read online for free via diymag.com and Apple Newsstand.