Amar Mehta


Che Lingo – The Worst Generation // Album Review

"Che Lingo’s undeniable talent aside, the key to the success of this record lies in the fact it tackles serious issues but avoids sounding heavy"

Headie One – Edna // Album Review

"The album is a snapshot of Headie’s talent and is a much-needed boost in bleak times."

Cadet – The Rated Legend // Album Review

The Rated Legend firmly etches Cadet’s name in the history books, a talent gone too early but someone who has left an indelible mark on the industry, fellow artists, and friends.

ALA.NI // Interview

With her new record ACCA out today, Amar Mehta caught up with ALA.NI to talk dance, baking, and the inspiration behind the stunning music...

Weslee // Interview

Amar Mehta caught up with electro R&B duo Weslee to talk the band's inception, making music across time zones and Grey's Anatomy.

Slowthai // Live Review

slowthai brought his 'Bet Ya a £5er' tour to Brixton Academy on October 18th and proved exactly why he's such a singular force to...

Peter Cat Recording Co // Interview

A year on from being signed to Parisian label Panache Records, Delhi-based quintet Peter Cat Recording Co released Bismillah ahead of a European tour. After...

Snoh Aalegra – Ugh Those Feels Again // Album Review

With smooth vocals and perfectly-paired suave jazz instrumentals, - 'Ugh, those feels again' is slick; Amar Mehta reviews the new album from Snoh Aalegra.

The KTNA – Life Under Siege // EP Review

The KTNA​ is genre-splicing twin sisters with boundless energy and unfiltered optimism. Made in Kenya, raised in Manchester, and now residing in London, ​Hope​ and ​Millie...

Ryan Ashley // Interview

With his debut EP out this week, R&B singer-songwriter Ryan Ashley speaks with Amar Mehta on his songwriting process and the creation of 'Innocent'.

Cartae // Interview

Hailing from Wembley, the mild-mannered Cartae is coming into her own as an artist and 2019 is set to be a big year for the young singer-songwriter so we sat down with her for a chat in the midst of her new EP, Minutes.

Blush’ko // In Short

Blush'ko shares his truths via some quick fire questions as we listen to his newest EP Blush’ko in Love Pt.2.

Loyle Carner // Live Review

Much anticipation has surrounded Loyle Carner’s tour, hyped by his second album, after almost two years without making music. The south Londoner did not disappoint at the sold-out crowd at the Camden Roundhouse.

Loyle Carner // Album Review

Loyle Carner - Not Waving, But Drowning - 19th April 2019 It’s been two years since Loyle Carner released his debut album, Yesterday's Gone and...

Rina Mushonga // Interview

Following several London shows in 2018 and teasing singles from her second album, Rina Mushonga released her much-anticipated project in March.  The Dutch-Zimbabwean spoke to us about In A Galaxy, the eagerly awaited follow-up to 2014’s debut The Wild, The Wilderness.

Etta Bond // Interview

Etta Bond unveils He’s Mine - the second instalment of her double album, following the release of part one earlier this year, titled He's Not Mine. We caught up with the singer to chat about her new work and why it's like sex for your ears...

Dave – Psychodrama // Album Review

Astute and personal, fearless and incisive, we listened to the number 1 album from Dave, Psychodrama.

Iyamah // Interview

Possessing the kind of natural musical and lyrical prowess that seems to have emerged fully-formed, fast-rising vocalist ​Iyamah delivered her soulful new single ​‘Seasons’ late last year. We caught up with the singer as the gears up to unleash new projects in 2019. 

Murkage Dave // Live Review

After spending the start of the year touring with Mike Skinner and The Streets, Murkage Dave returned to headline his home city to steal the stage at Omeara, London. 

Art School Girlfriend // In Short

Art School Girlfriend is the moniker of Polly Mackey, a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer from Wrexham, North Wales. We caught up with the artist to find out about a few things that do, and don't make her tick.

Che Lingo // Interview

We spoke to South London Rapper, Ché Lingo, about his influences - ranging from Wandsworth, to Ghetts, to his nan - ahead of the release of his latest EP, Sensitive.

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