"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..."
Murkage Dave has been working hard on his new album 'Changed My Life'. We spoke to him about his upbringing, music and the Manchester Rave scene, just a day after his UK tour sold out in 24 hours.
"I've been learning how to say what I really mean - weed out the bullshit..."
We spoke to 7-piece band Tigercats about their latest album Pig City.
"I'm so proud of myself that I love my life now, that I didn't turnaway from hope."
"...with the homogenisation of music nowadays, how do we fit in?"
"It sometimes feels a little dumb to be making art, but I guess you have to do something with your life."
LiS writers Emma Madden and Charlotte Krol sat down with Danny Wright to talk all things Chris.
"And so it is that Mikey Collins and I find ourselves, in late July, sheltering from another climatic battering in a campsite cafe huddled over steaming cups of tea..."
We spoke to Phantastic Ferniture – the euphoric garage-pop project of Julia Jacklin, Elizabeth Hughes and Ryan K Brennan.
We spoke to UK grime artist Lethal Bizzle in the run up to his tour supporting 50 Cent and G-Unit.
"Just a bunch of love songs; a whole heap of thoughts and feelings."
Prior to her JägerHaus stage show at this year’s All Points East, Nik Void spoke to us about Glasgow record institution Rubadub, a fear of flying and overcoming industry misconceptions.
With RVG seemingly on an unstoppable ascendancy, we spoke to them about the story of the record that took them there.
"I would probably say, 'you’re not going to like it...'"
We chatted to the Melbourne three-piece, Loose Tooth, about their new record Keep Up.