Thee Satisfaction talk making their second album, collaborating and relationships with Geoff Cowart
Lou Barlow has an in-depth chat with Eleonora Collini about his new solo album and touring by himself this Autumn.
Lee Wakefield sits down with the charming New Zealanders ahead of their new album, Yoncalla
We caught up with Balthazar at Into the Great Wide Open festival in Vlieland to talk about what the future holds for their solo material.
Gareth Ware talks to Sodastream about their new album Little by Little.
As Jamila Woods' status soars, all she wants to do is give back to the community in Chicago. In our June issue, Rachel Grace Almeida explores how her musicianship is doing so much good for the city.
Returning this year after a four-year break, we catch up with The Black Angels to talk about the biggest lessons they've learned.
Our July cover stars outline all things I'm All Ears.
We spoke to Haiku Salut ahead of their Metaphysical Virtual Reality Show at a secret location.
"It was this crunk rap, very attitudey thing, I was swearing a lot! That’s why I came up with the name MØ because in Danish that means a virgin so it was ironic."
Gnarwolves talk to us about their incredible new album, growing up in Cornwall and supporting Blink 182
For our April cover, Nadine Shah talks to Grant Bailey on what influenced her new album and how much things have changed.
Just because we’re a two piece doesn’t mean that it's going to be stripped down a lot
"Shutting down is the exact opposite thing one should do when creating, because it is living that gives you all the ideas"
Merlin Jobst chats to the New Jersey rapper about his subversive take on an often hyper-masculine genre
"Don't let anyone define you. Know your worth. Do not settle. Speak up. Say no. Do your research. Prepare for opportunities..."
“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.
At the end of last year after finishing their sold-out performance at Oslo and a sweaty set supporting The Decembrists, John Bell met with Hop Along’s frontwoman and founder Frances Quinlan to chat about lyrics, wisdom, familial love and short-term joys.
We catch up with Little Comets just before the penultimate show of their early 2014 UK tour...
Sounds of 2015: We talk to Shura about what's in store for in the new year, and how things are picking up