Gareth Ware talks to Courtney Barnett on the release of her debut album and its themes and creation.
The 21-year-old hip hop sensation who is busy ripping up the rulebook to create startlingly personal and positive rap
"I love it when there is no filter and nobody is trying to dilute what you are saying. All my favourite records are the ones with emotional honesty."
Tim Hakki sits down with Monster Rally's Ted Feighan ahead of his new instrumental hip hop masterpiece, Mystery Coves
We talk to Anna Prior about Metronomy, Shock Machine and going solo.
"If I'm given the privilege of a platform then I want to say something that's meaningful to me, and if it's meaningful to me hopefully other people will find meaning from it.”
In our October cover story, Ibeyi talk Beyonce, Michelle Obama and the powerful connection to their roots.
UK Garage producer Conducta, recently returned with his new single “Sleep” - featuring the delectable vocals of ‘pop poet’ Liv Dawson, and producer/song-writer Courage. We caught up with him to chat a little about his journey over the last few years.
"I have always gone where other people don't. It's not to shock you, it’s just who I am."
Having released their incredibly personal and powerful new record Powerhouse last November, Planningtorock brings a very special live show to Queen Elizabeth Hall tomorrow...
East London Fawcett (ELF) hosted an event at Shoreditch House to discuss the inequality women face in the music industry.
New Sounds 2015: We talk to Deers about a whirlwind of a year in 2014 and what 2015 has in store for them
Having just released their debut album Feels Like, Gareth Ware chats to Bully's Alicia Bognanno
We caught up with the heart of the band Brian Aubert to discuss this and their fourth album Better Nature.
Geoff Cowart catches up with oddball producer Iglooghost ahead of this weekend's Visions festival
A quick chat with This Must Be For You founder Tash Cutts.
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...
“That time in the music industry was valuable, if only to figure out that I didn't want to play the game.”
"Some people have a fixed idea about what music should be and it's actually quite restrictive and it's rewarding to get past that..."
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.
We spoke to Haiku Salut ahead of their Metaphysical Virtual Reality Show at a secret location.