We talk to the incredible force that is Wolf Alice ahead of their album release.
The Magic Gang talk their New EP, touring with indie royalty and Brighton with Tom Hancock
As Metronomy release their latest album Summer 08, Danny Wright catches up with frontman Joe Mount to talk about how far the band has come
“Nothing I like is popular,” declares Dave Tattersall, guitarist and frontman for The Wave Pictures, huddled over a pint in the corner of a cosy Stoke Newington boozer, flanked by his bandmates Franic Rozycki and Jonny Helm.
These emerging purveyors of bittersweet pop bliss are in the ascendency and in great shape to make a real statement in 2017
“I want to scream at the top of my lungs and push things over.” Welcome to the musical mayhem of Moor Mother. Born Camae...
Amar Mehta speaks to DEACON about his love for London, Akala and his most recent release.
"...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."
Robyn's back to save us all, but was Honey worth the wait? Danny Wright, Rhian Daly and Kelly Ronaldson decide.
“Friendships change in that way but it gets pretty depressing sometimes and you start to really think about your place in life and why you deserve all these things and what did you do, are you lucky.”
For some bands, the road to their first album is one filled with lofty ambition, high anxiety and the sense that they could be...
When talking to Ásgeir you he gives the impression of being everything but the worldwide acclaimed ‘next big thing’ from Scandinavia.
Crushed Beaks chat to us about their long awaited debut, gaining a new member and of course, horror.
Gareth Ware catches up with Field Music to talk soundtracks and instrumental albums
A year on from our cover feature we catch up with Hinds after their Sold Out KOKO show.
As she carries on her stunning run with Out In The Storm, the phenomenal Waxahatchee discusses how she channeled a poisonous relationship and created something remarkable.
We talk to Greg Dulli about his recently-found reconnection with the past, which inspired the band's new record.
"The whole album rallies the desperation of growing old against the aspiration of youth."
On The Kid, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith is "following what feels good, what feels fun", and it shows.
That notoriously difficult second album? No sweat, as Kate Solomon finds out.
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.