Gareth Ware talks Lea Emmery of Kid Wave about their debut Wonderlust ahead of their first headline tour.
Gemma Samways catches up with the Brooklyn duo to chat about their long-awaited second album
Before meeting Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards, a.k.a. blues-rock queens Deap Vally, based on their music and stage presence I had pictured them as two...
“I didn’t think anyone was going to pick up on my music really. I didn’t expect that.”
Verge Collection on new album Flaneur, coming of age and being a 'poor man's Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever'. With a liberal dose of self-deprecating humour, a...
“As long as the song makes you feel emotional, even if you can’t pin down what it is. That’s key for me.”
“I know that I'm as good asa lot of other people who are successful, so all I can do is work – even if I have to work 10 times harder, I'm going to do it.”
Over ten years on from Digitalism's debut album, Katie Thomas speaks to the indie-electronic duo about their journey so far - and where they're going next.
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...
“I think for someone who feels different, or is treated differently, being able to feel ordinary is a place of calm”.
Prolific producer and musician Bullion talks Lisbon, collaboration, and dance music. His latest EP We Had A Good Time is out now.
Photos by Sonny Malhotra On their 2010 debut, ‘Creatures Of An Hour’, Still Corners looked inwards and confronted many of their demons by turning them...
Teleman make slick, elegant indie-pop, we caught up with them as they release their debut album this week.
Ahead of her shows at Scala and The Great Escape, Susanne Sundfør talks about her latest release with Gem Samways
Savage Hills Ballroom is released September 25, through Fat Possum Records, and is set to be Youth Lagoon’s most complex and exciting project to date.
Danny Wright sits down with Gold Panda to talk Japan, and his new album Good Luck And Do Your Best
It doesn’t seem to take long nowadays for a new act to have been around ‘forever’. Although that’s an exaggeration in many cases, Telegram certainly have been on the scene for some time – not least where the wait for their debut album was concerned.
With two high-quality EPs under their belt and a clear, industrious ambition at their core, this could well turn out to be their breakout year.
Belle and Sebastian's new EP How To Solve Our Human Problems, depending on your disposition, could be a plea for guidance or a blueprint for change.
Despite their comparisons to The Strokes, The Britanys are eager to carve out their own identity. We meet the NYC band during their latest visit to London.
"The more negative energy there is in the world, the more clubs demonstrate their importance in our society."