With new album The Future's Void set to be released on City Slang real soon, we caught up with the wonderful EMA
With the release of her debut album, we talk to quickly ascending star Alessia Cara about where she's headed.
Positive, creative, and a little bit freaky: How one East London studio helped spark a cultural renaissance.
"We’re at an inhuman moment - there’s a total lack of compassion and greed and power dominate."
Revisit our brilliant Cover Story with Diet Cig.
Gareth Ware talks to Zac Little of Saintseneca about coming to the UK for the first time and their latest album Such Things.
These emerging purveyors of bittersweet pop bliss are in the ascendency and in great shape to make a real statement in 2017
“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.
Returning this year after a four-year break, we catch up with The Black Angels to talk about the biggest lessons they've learned.
Tom Walters sits down with the endlessly fascinating Kero Kero Bonito ahead of their new album, Bonito Generation
"Suddenly we have this big team around us and there are expectations in a way there wasn’t before."
“I’m sorted. Once I’ve got some kids and a dog… bruv, I’ve done it all!”
Following the release of his effervescent self-titled LP, we spoke with BOYBOY about music as therapy, his influences, and DIY Kombucha.
It's taken six years but Wolf Parade are finally having fun again.
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
We talk to Perfume Genius ahead of the release of this fierce new album Too Bright for the cover of our September Issue
Tom Edwards talks White Women & London's finest hotels with Chromeo
Ahead of their show at Village Underground tomorrow we talk with Portico about their changing sound and new album
Mark 'E' Everett's new album The Deconstruction is a long-awaited return created out of personal upheaval.
Just because we’re a two piece doesn’t mean that it's going to be stripped down a lot
Ahead of the eagerly anticipated Last Place, Jason Lytle discusses going back to Grandaddy school.