Before they take to the stage to support Run The Jewels, Until The Ribbon Breaks chat to Kate Solomon
Tom Hancock talks to Rising stars Spring King ahead of their show's with Wolf Alice at The Forum
Michelle Zauner talks tragedy, Sufjan and her debut album Psychopomp
Milk! Record and Bedroom Suck come together for a subscription singles club celebrating Melbourne's artistic community. We talk to the people behind it.
"Rave, plus so much more." FOLD co-founder Seb Glover speaks to us as the venue settles into its stride.
“For me, I get feelings from music that I don’t get from anything else, like I’ve never experienced before.”
Fresh from her International Women's Day performance at VAULT Festival, we talk to Etta Bond about body positivity, making it in music and the women who inspire her the most.
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.
"I want to talk about class...I want to talk about money, power structures, family, men, so many things."
“I’m drawn to music that feels like a sonic blackout; anything that makes me work appeals to me” - Esme Bennett speaks to Tony Njoku on his latest album.
"Hanging out late at bars and trying to get laid was more of a distraction than an inspiration" It’s been 6 years since No Age...
Gem Samways talks with The Antlers about their new album the Familiars out on Transgressive
Eleonora C Collini chats to Ex Hex about their incredible history and latest album
Will Dix interviews Tim Presley (AKA White Fence) and Cate Le Bon on their collaborative album Hermits On Holiday
We invite you to immerse yourself in an album simultaneously anxious about and in awe of life.
Fucked Up will play their debut album, Hidden World, in its entirety at Mirrors Festival.
Our March cover star, Tei Shi emerges from the darkness of the Crawl Space to create her extraordinary debut album
“It’s risky doing a solo record," Jack Steadman explains. "You need as much levelling as you can. I didn’t want to call myself the captain.”
At twenty-seven years old, Julia Jacklin is still figuring out her shit like the rest of us.
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.
"It's an amazing thing to have our exceptionalism praised and recognised in such a way but then it turns into a pressure..."