This week, DIY Pop upstart Polly Money released her debut EP, Trip2020. It's a collection of songs that follow the highs & lows of...
We chat to shearwater ahead of their huge set at Field Day on Sunday
Spectacular show from Lady Leshurr at Heaven, 3rd March.
At twenty-seven years old, Julia Jacklin is still figuring out her shit like the rest of us.
Photos from The Radio Dept's sold-out show at Scala, 31st January.
The Hackney singer-songwriter brings his emotive sound to the Sebright Arms on 10th June.
Vocalist & guitarist George Matheou shares some of his influences for upcoming EP, 'Oh Brother'.
Shots of an incredible show from JME and Skepta at O2 Academy Brixton on December 18th
Primrose Hill, Staten Island Chalk Farm, Massif Central, Gospel Oak, Sao Paolo Boston Manor, Costa Rica, Arnos Grove San Clemente, Tufnell Park, Gracetown, York...
We went to see Rolo Tomassi live at The Scala, London.
As he releases his debut EP today, we caught up with producer and visual artist Keaton Dekker to talk Rye Wax, Hilary Duff and his fave dish to cook.
In 2015 filmmaker Michael Winterbottom followed North London rock band Wolf Alice as they toured their debut My Love Is Cool.
From a sold-out show at the Roundhouse.
We caught up with rapper and campaigner, Lowkey, to find out about a few tracks that have influenced his new album ahead of his live show this Friday 19th at EartH, Hackney.
Marga Moner went to The Lexington to check out the stunning set from Russian Red.
Calexico talk progression, texture and inspiration for their new album Edge of the Sun.
We catch up with the crazy brilliant Summer Ghost before the release of his EP on Kissability
For an artist just releasing her first singles, Angelica Garcia has amassed some impressive accolades. She's recently toured with and opened for Phoebe Bridgers,...
Meet Kaisha: Malaysian born and Brighton based, the music student's newest release Tell Me has blessed our ears this week. Taking inspiration from the...
"There's a malaise that is creeping into the bones of society. Mediocrity is being celebrated and that will not fucking do."
We catch up with Adia Victoria ahead of her sold out show at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen