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.
We caught up with Lally from The Messthetics ahead of their two London dates to find out more about the band and how they decided to cover a Sonny Sharrock tune...
When Hockeysmith first came to our attention five years ago it was the project of two sisters making dark, experimental music in a caravan. But things went quiet after the release of their superb But Blood EP in 2014. We catch up with Annie Hockeysmith, who released Tears At My Age EP at the end of last month, to find out what happened – and what’s next.
Ahead of Ashworth’s Advanced Base UK tour, John Bell lead a conversation between the two as they reminisced on the early days and how they’ve grown and differed in their approaches to songwriting, and all the endearing tangents in between.
A shining star of Eglo Records, the east London label at the heart of the city’s thriving soul and jazz scene, Fatima spoke to us ahead of tonight's intimate In the Round performance at The Roundhouse on the importance of London, growing with Eglo and her honest approach to songwriting.
With his new single 'Churches' having just graced the public realm and previous support from the likes of James Bay and Chance the Rapper, we spoke to the British-Nigerian artist Samm Henshaw about his influences, upbringing and musical plans for 2019.
Ahead of his performance at Beat Hotel Marrakech, we spoke to James Holden about Morocco, a state of trance, and collaborating beyond language barriers.
At the end of last year after finishing their sold-out performance at Oslo and a sweaty set supporting The Decembrists, John Bell met with Hop Along’s frontwoman and founder Frances Quinlan to chat about lyrics, wisdom, familial love and short-term joys.
"...this record is about me saying 'yes' to all of it..."
Following the release of his effervescent self-titled LP, we spoke with BOYBOY about music as therapy, his influences, and DIY Kombucha.
"It's an amazing thing to have our exceptionalism praised and recognised in such a way but then it turns into a pressure..."
We caught up with the East London rapper to find out a little more about him, his new mixtape and his collaboration with boot brand Timberland.
"...listening to classical music was like a whole new world of language and expression and feeling and, to me, that actually seems really punk."
Hailing from West London, singer-songwriter Rukhsana Merrise (known to most as Rox) is gearing up to release her first studio album later this year....
Robyn's back to save us all, but was Honey worth the wait? Danny Wright, Rhian Daly and Kelly Ronaldson decide.
"I have always gone where other people don't. It's not to shock you, it’s just who I am."
We spoke to Adam McIlwee, AKA Wicca Phase Springs Eternal, ahead of his show at Camden Assembly.
We caught up with Jaz to speak about her views on the R&B genre in the UK and her music experience so far.
We spoke to Haiku Salut ahead of their Metaphysical Virtual Reality Show at a secret location.
Housed in a snug bar and fuelled by an abundance of pizza, we spoke Forster, Harrison and Riley Jones of The Goon Sax.
"No matter what band you’re in or your style, sometimes you’ve got your blinders on and are in way too deep..."