Hater answer our prying questions ahead of their London Gig at The Old Blue Last for PNKSLM
From their South London beginnings, Afriquoi have spent the past six years refining their unbelievably energetic live shows.
Maria Kelly talks to us ahead of her EP release and show at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton
Get to know Daymé Arocena better ahead of her London Gig at Jazz Cafe
We ask some prying questions to New Zealand's Fazerdaze ahead of The Great Escape
We chat to Wyldest ahead of their 'A Night Of Celebrating Women In The Music Industry' show with a host of great bands
We quiz Our Girl ahead of their show at The Waiting Room.
We get to know Sigrid a little better ahead of her performances at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton.
The countdown has begun to The Great Escape. The festival is just 10 weeks away from detonating the South Coast with the sounds emanating...
Baywaves are in London again to showcase their floating, mellow pop.
Partisan Records signings Tender are made up of two North London friends, Dan Cobb and James Cullen, who make a wonderfully sleek, yet dark,...
FREAK - aka Connar Ridd - is a one man band making fuzzy indie-rock with a pop edge.After the release of his What Happened?...
With a new album and a show at Kamio on the way, we got to know the band a little better.
Dreamy lo-fi Wedding - the project of Manchester-via-Berlin songwriter Thomas Craig - pair spaced-out guitar fuzz with dreamy vocals.Listen to latest track '18' below:Having...
The amount of times the word 'short(s)' was used to organise this In Short with Hot Shorts borders on ridiculous.
Featuring epic synth-scapes over rhythmic drums, the duo's live show is exactly that - completely live, with no laptops, sequencers or software.
NYC-based duo Jasmine Golestaneh and Eddie Cooper make moody, sinister electro-pop and they've got a new EP due next month.
Following her very first UK dates supporting Tegan and Sara, Alex Lahey will headline the Old Blue Last next month.
The hazy dream-pop duo are one of the bands we're hyped to have play our exhibition with This must be for you tomorrow (Jan 18).
Offering a fresh take on dark, electronic-driven post-punk, we talk to Iceland's Fufanu.
Ahead of a show at Scala this month, we had a quick catch up with Beach Slang.