On his debut album, the ancient inhabitants of Mamu are in peril and only Iglooghost can save them.
Despite their comparisons to The Strokes, The Britanys are eager to carve out their own identity. We meet the NYC band during their latest visit to London.
Positive, creative, and a little bit freaky: How one East London studio helped spark a cultural renaissance.
On latest album Ununiform, Tricky has unearthed a newfound freedom that results in some of his most poignant work to date.
We spoke with Omahrose about her formative influences, her debut EP and negotiating a male-dominated industry as an independent female artist.
With their debut album finally awaiting release, Bicep discuss stepping outside the club and exploring new territories.
Hailing from the small city of Bergen, the power-pop quartet join a flurry of fresh-generation Scandi-pop
Leading our New Sounds issue, Girlhood reveal contrasting tastes, concepts and debuting their live show.
We caught up with her to discuss the making of the new album Okovi, going back to her first label Sacred Bones, David Lynch and returning to the woods.
With her debut album Collection on repeat, Rhian Daly explores the stunning bedroom recordings that define Soccer Mommy.
"If I'm given the privilege of a platform then I want to say something that's meaningful to me, and if it's meaningful to me hopefully other people will find meaning from it.”
“It’s difficult not to think about the end point when writing music, but honestly I think this is the least self-conscious thing I’ve ever made."
Wolf Eyes chat with Geoff Cowart ahead of Visions festival in London
“I want to scream at the top of my lungs and push things over.” Welcome to the musical mayhem of Moor Mother. Born Camae...
Our July cover star, Alex Crossan has stars clamouring for collaborations and the world at his feet.
Freshly signed to Bjork's One Little Indian label and with a new record on the horizon, 2017 promises to be the year Poppy Ackroyd receives the attention she deserves.
“It’s risky doing a solo record," Jack Steadman explains. "You need as much levelling as you can. I didn’t want to call myself the captain.”
As she carries on her stunning run with Out In The Storm, the phenomenal Waxahatchee discusses how she channeled a poisonous relationship and created something remarkable.
We chat to Tommy about the new Bash & Pop record, Johnny Thunders, and the comparison between The Replacements, Guns N Roses and Soul Asylum.
We met with Washed Out's Ernest Greene at a private screening of his new visual album in East London to catch up.
The end of a label: A final interview with Fortuna Pop's Sean Price.