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UPSAHL // In Five

Building on the excitement of a growing fan base and widespread critical acclaim, 19-year-old recording artist UPSAHL has finally gifted us with her new EP, Hindsight 20/20. We spoke to the Artista Records singer to find out about five tracks that have influenced her new work.

Mercury Rev – Bobbie Gentry’s The Delta Sweete Revisited // Album...

The idea of one artist reproducing the work of another isn’t new, but put all thoughts of Ryan Adam’s reworking of T Swift’s 1989 to one side, because Mercury Rev’s loving tribute to Bobbie Gentry’s flop 1968 masterwork is something else.

Kiran Leonard // Penny For Your Thoughts

Rhythm and Knowledge (for Sue Tompkins) by Kiran Leonard.

Eva Lina // In Short

Joined by fellow emerging artists Natalie Shay and Beth Duck, Eva-Lina is heading up a female-fronted show at The Moth Club in the name of gender equality in music this Friday for International Women's Day. We spoke with the artist to find out a little more about ahead of the show.

Tracks of the Week // March 4th

All the best new music feat. Kedr Lavinsky, Solange, NiNE8, Queen Key, Glows, Octo Octa, Ouri, Loyle Carner and more

Madison McFerrin // In Five

As the Jazz Cafe link back up with gal-dem to once again celebrate International Women’s Day, we spoke to one of the three rising stars on the bill, Madison McFerrin, and she shared with us five stunning tracks by women that have inspired her.

March // Event Guide

Including Babak Ganjei's Everything is really bad, AVA Festival at Printworks and 15x5 at EartH.

Flamingods // In Five

As well as releasing forthcoming album, Levitation, Flamingods are set to bring their incendiary live show to venues around the UK in April and May in support of the record. We chatted to the band to find out about a few tracks that have influenced their new work. 

Attaque // In Short

Having been deep in the studio working on his new album, electronic producer, DJ and songwriter, Attaque, kick started the new year with a...

Woman’s Hour // In London

The trio guide us through the city in our February issue.

Júníus Meyvant // In Short

Following the release of his new album, Waves, Júníus Meyvant and his full live band, including a brass section, is arriving in the UK this month to play a handful of headline shows as part of an extensive European tour. We spoke to the freaky-folk pop artist ahead of tonight's show at Village Underground to find out a little more about him via some quick-fire questions.

Latest Issue // Little Simz

The March issue of London in Stereo feat. Little Simz, Lafawndah, Self Esteem, Nilufer Yanya, Crows and Piano Day

Tracks of the Week // February 25th

All the best new music feat. Tierra Whack, Aldous Harding, Helado Negro, ((( O ))), Dave, Nolan the Ninja, Lafawndah, Freddie Gibbs and more

Josin // Tales From The City

We may speak too fast, giving her a hard time, but Josin likes London very much.

Linn Koch-Emmery // In Five

Stepping into the limelight in 2017, Linn Koch-Emmery has been stated as one of the most rapid rising stars in modern indie rock. Ahead of her performance tonight at Ja Ja London, we spoke with Linn to find out about a few tracks that she's got on repeat.

HOUSEKEEPING // In Five

This Saturday, DJ and Producer collective and label bosses, HOUSEKEEPING, will bring the spirit of the White Isle to Lío London with a spectacular production and carefully curated soundtrack to showcase their HOUSEKEEPING record label.

Win // Tickets to see Hejira at Oslo

Hejira are the genre-defying band creating a name for stunningly curated eclecticism. Intricate and effortless performers, we're giving you the chance to win two tickets for you and a friend to see them live at one of our favourite venues - Oslo, Hackney.

Tracks of the Week // 18th February

All the best tracks from the last week feat. Jenny Lewis, Girl Unit, Cosima, Westkust, Offset, Lizzo, Weyes Blood, Queen Key, Alma, Jessie Ware and more

Jimothy Lacoste // Live Review

In a town where music is rife and the streets are thriving, it can be difficult to stand out. However, Jimothy managed to shine over the vibrancy of Camden Town. He showed his screaming fans that life really is "getting quite exciting" and, from the moment he ran on stage, the crowd did not stop moving.

Pablo Nouvelle // In Photos

Drawing inspiration from a trip to the Atlas mountains - Morocco - earlier this year, Pablo Nouvelle delivered 'Zaiouat Ahansal' as the first single from his upcoming Piano Pieces album. Here Pablo has given us an exclusive insight into his trip to the mountains with a select series of personal photographs.

February // Event Guide

Including Craft Beer Rising, EartH Kitchen and The Festival Of New Masculinity

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