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.
As Jamila Woods' status soars, all she wants to do is give back to the community in Chicago. In our June issue, Rachel Grace Almeida explores how her musicianship is doing so much good for the city.
Our June cover star, Young M.A reinforces why she's one of 2017's most important artists.
Fresh from dropping her eagerly-awaited new album, Marika Hackman talks Spice Girls, sexuality and finally being able to let rip on stage.
We chat to Tom Baker, founder of Field Day ahead of Tomorrow's festival
We talk to Laura Imbruglia about her music-meets-comedy TV series Amateur Hour.
Milk! Record and Bedroom Suck come together for a subscription singles club celebrating Melbourne's artistic community. We talk to the people behind it.
Ahead of their show at Omeara next month, we speak to Tennis about how new record Yours Conditionally was a return to self-reliance.
We talk to Greg Dulli about his recently-found reconnection with the past, which inspired the band's new record.
We grab a pint in Melbourne with Jade Imagine ahead of her debut EP.
Eight albums in, Clark tells us there's still plenty of fun to be had in creating his new record, Death Peak
Allo Darlin give one of their last ever interviews to Gareth Ware.
The Melbourne singer-songwriter talks Courtney Barnett comparisons, gender equality in music and that all-important debut album.
These emerging purveyors of bittersweet pop bliss are in the ascendency and in great shape to make a real statement in 2017
"A lot of people say it's easy to write a pop song. How many of those people have actually written a number one pop song?”
We called Nikolai for a quick run-through of his new band Summer Moon, new Strokes music and how this time round, the pressure is off a little bit.
With two high-quality EPs under their belt and a clear, industrious ambition at their core, this could well turn out to be their breakout year.
We chat to Spoon about new record Hot Thoughts, difficult career moments and new musical directions.