Tuesday, May 6 2014
With the European South by Southwest about to start in Brighton, PopMatters gives you the heads-up about the UK acts to keep an eye on over the coming year.
Wednesday, March 7 2007
Keyboardist Nick Baines explains the rise from peanuts to festivals.
Thursday, April 3 2014
A big moment for the Kaisers, this album just about passes the pick of the pops test. It still stays too much in their quasi-new wave/indie comfort zone, but the different and interesting bits lend it some allure.
Tuesday, March 6 2012
If they can’t make a dent in the U.S. market in 2012, the Kaiser Chiefs can’t blame the quality of Start the Revolution Without Me, a collection that manages to overcome the cobbled-together history of the material to become one of the band’s most complete-sounding collections since Employment.
Monday, June 27 2011
From predicting riots to predicting new album models... For a band once built around spry choruses and chugging guitars, this is a costly error indeed.
Tuesday, December 9 2008
The secret of a Kaiser Chiefs performance lies in their inclusiveness and their ability to connect with the crowd.
Tuesday, October 28 2008
Kaiser Chiefs' third full-length finds them polished and preened more than ever before, but still recognisably cartoonish.
Tuesday, January 27 2015
The latest from these Leeds rockers is a synth-driven, catchy number that sets the stage brilliantly for their next LP.
Wednesday, April 23 2014
Britrock's Kaiser Chiefs returned this year with a new record and just recently they stopped by Guitar Center to record some live performances of their new songs.