The Clientele's Alasdair MacLean talks English suburbia, nostalgia and Music For The Age Of Miracles ahead of the band's show at Scala.
"There’s no kind of bitchiness or rivalry; there’s space for everyone to do their different thing.”
A quick chat with This Must Be For You founder Tash Cutts.
We talk to Clara Amfo about her journey into presenting for Sounds Like London
“The title, ‘Snowdonia’, actually came to me in a dream. I wanted to write really long songs with lots of different, non-repeating parts”.
Twin Peaks chat to Tim Hakki about their crazy live show, their new album Wild Onion and loads more.
Atlanta based fast rising newcomer Dwn2earth today lives up to recent hype with the reveal of his stunning debut body of work, ATLANTIS, out...
This week, DIY Pop upstart Polly Money released her debut EP, Trip2020. It's a collection of songs that follow the highs & lows of...
Hailing from the small city of Bergen, the power-pop quartet join a flurry of fresh-generation Scandi-pop
Off the back of the release of her most personal project to date, we caught up with the brave, triumphant TOKiMONSTA.
Revisit our brilliant Cover Story with Diet Cig.
"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..."
Our March cover star, Tei Shi emerges from the darkness of the Crawl Space to create her extraordinary debut album
"Somebody has to take a risk and come up with something new in order for music to progress, otherwise we’re stuck in the now forever."
"Suddenly we have this big team around us and there are expectations in a way there wasn’t before."
In our February cover story, Rachel Grace Almeida discovers how the band's finest album became a tool of self-expression and comfort.
Ahead of the eagerly anticipated Last Place, Jason Lytle discusses going back to Grandaddy school.
Ruminating on adultery, mental illness and death with all the intensity of PJ Harvey or Anna Calvi, Nadine Shah’s gothic-tinged alt-folk shouldn’t really be...
Just because we’re a two piece doesn’t mean that it's going to be stripped down a lot
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.
Having released new album Her last month, the Melbourne band explore comfort and catharsis.