Ahead of their debut album release and Moth Club show this month, we catch up with Californian rock trio L.A. Witch.
It's obvious that Brixton singer-songwriter Sam Frankl has a way with words, but the published poet, whose work has been published in journals both...
Returning for one last album, CHUCK is back tomorrow with a new record.
London punks Prom are headlining a show next week in aid of No Tape Inside, who are raising funds for a a short film centred around the topic of mental health.
“I describe my sound as a pop-lover’s take on the classic afrobeat form,” Aadae says. “It was always important to me that my music told my story."
The four-piece are an all-harmonising indie-folk group that create a sound that despite all its harmonising, wistful nostalgia still sounds very much modern.
Following a short break, Gillbanks are back with their first track of the year 'John Wayne', a contemplative, emotionally explorative song that showcases a...
Self-described 'pop punk anarcuties' Charmpit mash up sugary sweet melodies, lo-fi production and semi-serious subject matter.
SuperGlu might have formed in the UK's smallest town, but they've got big ideas and an anthemic punk pop sound to make up for it.
We talk to Soccer Mommy about all her faves ahead of her Visions Festival show.
Dublin electro-pop outfit Le Galaxie make music made for dancefloors, and through swooning synths and grooves, they've cemented their upbeat dance music as a...
Via a steady stream of releases since 2010, Ambassadeurs' has showcased a broad sound encompassing ethereal electronica, techno and dark ambient moments.
Set to make their London debut at Citadel this weekend, we tracked down the elusive band to find a out a little more about them.
After collaborating with Jelani Blackman, Them Blends, FRED and MEI, Count Counsellor returns with the ecstatic pop of 'Friends'.
We ask the ever brilliant Frankie Cosmos some prying questions ahead of Visions Festival
With sparse instrumental arrangements and Adna's breezy vocals, her sound is one that seems to make time stand still.
The Hackney singer-songwriter brings his emotive sound to the Sebright Arms on 10th June.
Debut album Peach is off-kilter synth-pop, managing to be both sad and endearing in equal measure.
We caught up with singer Theresa Jarvis ahead of the band's Sebright Arms show.
We find out more about Sinkane ahead of London music festival Field Day.
Portland sister trio Joseph boast a musical chemistry that makes it surprising to hear they haven't been performing together all their lives.