Ahead of her show at Omeara, Lucy Dacus takes us on the road of her current tour.
Their self-titled debut is an abrasive, moody guitar record with a cohesive direction that seems natural after so many years of friendship.
Brooklyn-via-Philadelphia rapper and model Chynna shares five tracks which have influenced her sound.
We talk to Black Gold Buffalo ahead of their long-awaited self-titled debut album.
Get to know Loma better ahead of their upcoming show at The Lexington.
On first listen Great Big Blue is an album that oozes sunny laid-back charm, the sonic equivalent of driving down an empty road by the beach, sun blazing, saturation up high.
Lucy Dacus shares five tracks which influenced new album Historian.
Christian Löffler gives us a tour of a day spent recording in his isolated studio on Germany's Darss Penninsula.
Today, we're at The Lexington talking to booker Matty about his favourite things about the venue and what more needs to be done to save live music.
We chat to booker Chloe Mitchell at Omeara, who's putting on positive spin on some of the challenges venues face.
We talk to Steve from Paper Dress in Hackney about the challenges of being a small live music venue (as well as a vintage clothes shop!) and what more needs to be done to support venues like his.
We talk to Ryan De Freitas from The Dome about his favourite shows at the venue, what more we could be doing to support live music and his hopes for the future of independent venues.
Hatchie is the golden shoegaze-y pop project of Brisbane-based Harriette Pilbeam.
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.
Sound of 2018 our top pick Raye talks writing, famous supporters and friends.
On latest single 'Nothing', Loah tells a story of self-discovery and recovery after a failed relationship.
The tracks on Permo cover all sorts of terrain, and that's due to the band's two songwriters Sean Armstrong and Jack Mellin taking turns on principal writing duties.
The London-based musician mixes delicate production with poignant vocals to create a lo-fi electro-acoustic sound sure to whisk you away to a more dreamy state of mind.
We talk to Klangstof about five tracks that inspired new EP Everest.
With second album Turn Out The Lights, the Memphis singer-songwriter returns with a record of hope and healing.
Whereas her 2015 debut focused almost entirely around just Baker and her guitar, here the 21-year-old reaches new expansive heights.