DIY Weekly, 13th January 2014 - Feat. The Orwells, Wolf Alice, George Ezra & More

The second of DIY’s Class of 2014 specials is completely free to read online and on iPad.

The second of DIY’s Class Of 2014 Weekly specials is grubby, riotous and ridiculously exciting. That’s due in part to coverstars The Orwells, Chicago kids intent on making the most out of their hell-raising talents.

The Orwells’ debut album looks set to be one of the most all-thrills releases of the year. That’ll also be the case for Wolf Alice, who decided to bathe in red paint for their Class of 2014 photoshoot.

Also in our Class of…: There’s interviews with George Ezra, Chlöe Howl, Teleman, Lulu James, Pawws, Jungle, Foxes, Royal Blood, Arthur Beatrice and BBC Sound Of winner Sam Smith.

In news, Wild Beasts give word on their “very important” new album, Canterbury explain what it’s like to record an album when fans have already pledged cash towards its recording, and Maximo Park discuss why they’re giving fans more bang for their buck with ‘Too Much Information’.

There’s reaction to this year’s Paramore, Fall Out Boy tour extravaganza, a potential new Grimes album and the fallout from the first of Neu’s Hello 2014 nights.

In reviews, East India Youth’s debut ‘Total Strife Forever’ gets the DIY verdict alongside albums from Painted Palms, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, I Break Horses and James Vincent McMorrow.

It’s all yours, for exactly zero pence. Grab the issue on iTunes to download the iPad version, or simply read the whole thing on Issuu online, right now.

Tags: The Orwells, Wolf Alice, News

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