Following several London shows in 2018 and teasing singles from her second album, Rina Mushonga released her much-anticipated project in March. The Dutch-Zimbabwean spoke to us about In A Galaxy, the eagerly awaited follow-up to 2014’s debut The Wild, The Wilderness.
Etta Bond unveils He’s Mine - the second instalment of her double album, following the release of part one earlier this year, titled He's Not Mine. We caught up with the singer to chat about her new work and why it's like sex for your ears...
His fans will know him as one of London’s most exciting prospects but, just when he was carving a niche in the Grime world, Grim Sickers has announced a pivot in his style, thanks to legend Mike Skinner. We spoke to him about his new mixtape 'Icons Only'.
"I want to talk about class...I want to talk about money, power structures, family, men, so many things."
Danny Wright gathered Gemma Samways and Thomas Hannan to discuss the band's welcome return.
"I know that I open myself up to the world, and it puts me in a very vulnerable position– but it’s my way of dealing with things. And I’m very grateful that I have music..."
"I've always loved London, I guess it has created my sound in a way."
"...I love that it’s not perfect and pristine. I realised if I’m gonna do this then it needs to be in a different way."
Danny Wright gathered Stephanie Phillips and Kezia Cochrane together to talk all things What Chaos Is Imaginary.
Following a slew of successful and positively-received nights within Bristol and London, electronic promotors Dialogue have announced they are evolving into an independent label. We caught up with them to find out a little more about their plans for 2019
"My mom raised me to deeply respect Whitney Houston as the most important diva..."
Possessing the kind of natural musical and lyrical prowess that seems to have emerged fully-formed, fast-rising vocalist Iyamah delivered her soulful new single ‘Seasons’ late last year. We caught up with the singer as the gears up to unleash new projects in 2019.
"I realised that that woman was someone I was never going to be: someone who I wasn’t raised to be..."
This month, the incredibly accomplished Amy Becker will debut her live audio-visual show, Amy Becker presents Acrylic A/V: Synthetic Sensations, at East London’s The Pickle Factory as well as taking the Acrylic club event on a UK tour. Ahead of the shows, music writer and fellow DJ and Radio Host, Bethbethbeth, sat down with Amy to talk about her musical ascent, making it in the current climate, whether we should be watching how we dress, and the driving forces behind her multi-faceted music career as well as what we can expect from Acrylic as it evolves.
"Rave, plus so much more." FOLD co-founder Seb Glover speaks to us as the venue settles into its stride.
"It’s this snowballing of real life shit. It’s not just about heartbreak or your lover. It’s life, and it’s overwhelming..."
We spoke to multi-instrumentalist Matt Corby about his love-hate relationship with music, finding success at a young age and how the weather effects his song writing...
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.