We get to know the creative force behind the hypnotic vocal and trailblazing artistry of Malena Zavala.
Get to know Melbourne-based artist Sampa The Great ahead of her performance at Visions Festival. Born in Zambia, raised in Botswana, now based in Melbourne...
Get to know Glasgow's LUCIA ahead of her show at the Sebright Arms next week.
Irish trio Wyvern Lingo make multi-genre spanning music born out of years of friendship.
We get to know your new favourite dynamic alt-rock dazzlers, Brighton four-piece, Thyla.
Ahead of their UK stage debut at The Lock Tavern and Test Pressing Festivals next month, we had a quick chat with singer and guitarist Damiano Negrisoli to get to know a little more about the band.
We chat to Lazy Day ahead of their gig at Moth Club tomorrow.
We talk to Black Gold Buffalo ahead of their long-awaited self-titled debut album.
Singer, songwriter, producer and creator of his own moody visuals, Nashe xx is an up-and- coming artist with a unique sound and bright future.
We got five minutes with Poppy to find out a little more about her and her work.
We find out more about 'euphoric daze pop' trio Great News.
Get to know Loma better ahead of their upcoming show at The Lexington.
Following her addition to The Great Escape line up, we asked Bad Gyal to select five key records that have influenced her sound.
On latest album Passover, A Grave With No Name brings his skilled use of textured sound together to create a 13-track release of what he calls "interlocking short-stories”.
Describing their sound as "noise & detail”, Jaguwar emit a multi-layered wall of sound, shoegaze, noise & pop.
Hatchie is the golden shoegaze-y pop project of Brisbane-based Harriette Pilbeam.
On latest single 'Nothing', Loah tells a story of self-discovery and recovery after a failed relationship.
Ahead of her appearance as part of Camden Assembly's Spotlight in the new year, we got BYFYN to answer our twelve questions you all know and love...
Get to know Godblesscomputers a little better ahead of his live show at Birthdays next week.
The London-based musician mixes delicate production with poignant vocals to create a lo-fi electro-acoustic sound sure to whisk you away to a more dreamy state of mind.
GFOTY's array of brilliantly baffling, genre-defying weird pop hits have been delighting and confusing our ears for a while now.