"Being on tour in the two months following the election...I think just made me feel differently about our country."
Verge Collection on new album Flaneur, coming of age and being a 'poor man's Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever'. With a liberal dose of self-deprecating humour, a...
We sat down for a quick Q&A with DJ and producer Lemmy Ashton ahead of Field Day.
Over ten years on from Digitalism's debut album, Katie Thomas speaks to the indie-electronic duo about their journey so far - and where they're going next.
Having released new album Her last month, the Melbourne band explore comfort and catharsis.
Fresh from her International Women's Day performance at VAULT Festival, we talk to Etta Bond about body positivity, making it in music and the women who inspire her the most.
"Some people have a fixed idea about what music should be and it's actually quite restrictive and it's rewarding to get past that..."
“I know that I'm as good asa lot of other people who are successful, so all I can do is work – even if I have to work 10 times harder, I'm going to do it.”
Le Kov is the antidote to the storm swirling around the world right now - bright, mythical, and magical. For Gwenno, that was always the aim.
The Clientele's Alasdair MacLean talks English suburbia, nostalgia and Music For The Age Of Miracles ahead of the band's show at Scala.
In our February cover story, Rachel Grace Almeida discovers how the band's finest album became a tool of self-expression and comfort.
Fittingly titled Jackuum!, we find out why D Double E's debut album has taken quite so long and why it was always going to be worth the wait.
Following the release of new album Semicircle, The Go! Team's Ian Parton discusses working methods, recording in Detroit and why Motown is one of mankind's greatest achievements.
"I'm not giving up on people. I think they're hungry for meaning and complexity."
Belle and Sebastian's new EP How To Solve Our Human Problems, depending on your disposition, could be a plea for guidance or a blueprint for change.
Ahead of the release of their new album, we talk to Tune-Yards about the contemporary politics that inspired their fourth full-length.
We speak to gal-dem about their upcoming Jazz Cafe takeover, artists they're backing to be huge in 2018 and their top tips for making it in the media.
Speaking ahead of a US tour, Bully talk about the influence of the political landscape on new album Losing.
We catch up with Haiku Salut ahead of their London shows this week.
“For me, I get feelings from music that I don’t get from anything else, like I’ve never experienced before.”
“That time in the music industry was valuable, if only to figure out that I didn't want to play the game.”