Hailing from Austin, Texas, Jess Williamson makes chilling, endearing folk that both soothes and settles the soul.
We get to know enigmatic duo Society ahead of their show at The Victoria
On latest single 'Nothing', Loah tells a story of self-discovery and recovery after a failed relationship.
Having released ‘Always’ earlier this year, his first solo material since 2016, Knox Brown has done it again in the form of a super...
Withered Hand plays Scala in October read what he has to say about David Bowie and Pokemon.
For all fans of ambient pop, Tusks is one artist that should be on your radar. Otherwise known as London-based artist & producer Emily...
Let's Eat Grandma talk to us about their likes and loves ahead of The Great Escape 2016
We caught up with the Cat Power-meets-Tori Amos wonder that is Lia Ices to talk gigs in (presumably former) Nazi headquarters, and US president she's met
We caught up with Nick Brewer in the midst of his comeback to find out a little more about him.
We ask Brawlers some questions before they open our stage at The Camden Crawl this weekend.
Ahead of their performance at this year's The Great Escape, get to know OK Button In Short...
Continuing their collaboration following last Christmas’ sold out show, The Jazz Cafe and Blue Flowers return with the label’s next breakthrough act; Westerman.
We caught up with Arcane Roots front man Andrew Groves on the day their new EP 'Landslide' is released.
Bad Breeding play the London in Stereo stage at Field Day this year, so we caught up with them ahead of the show.
Vocalist Finn Andrews drops by to give us an intro to the London-based indie outfit
In a bid to get to know the five-piece better, we asked them to run us through some of their favourite (and least favourite) things.
We caught up with Horsey to find out a little more about them via some quick-fire questions as they gear up to head into the studio and record their highly anticipated LP later this week.
Throughout June the Mayor of London’s #SoundsLikeLondon campaign is taking over the city with events and workshops celebrating London music. Find out more here. As part...
It’s a peach of an album and we should all be very curious what Brenner will serve up on the Dalston stage on Saturday.
Rebeka play Hoxton Bar and Kitchen on September 25th, buy tickets now. We catch up with the pair before hand to get to know them better.
FREAK - aka Connar Ridd - is a one man band making fuzzy indie-rock with a pop edge. After the release of his What Happened?...