Following the release of his effervescent self-titled LP, we spoke with BOYBOY about music as therapy, his influences, and DIY Kombucha.
Laura is gentle and soft-spoken, yet articulate and clever, just like her folk music tales.
"I would probably say, 'you’re not going to like it...'"
Positive, creative, and a little bit freaky: How one East London studio helped spark a cultural renaissance.
Gareth Ware talks to Courtney Barnett on the release of her debut album and its themes and creation.
Tarquin makes music to move your brain as well as your body.
The end of a label: A final interview with Fortuna Pop's Sean Price.
London will happily play host again when the time comes for FIDLAR to outdo themselves once more.
Worth the wait? Danny Wright decides with Thomas Hannan and Stephanie Phillips.
Lucie Grace talks to the legendary Lightning Bolt about their first album in 5 yeras....
"I know that I open myself up to the world, and it puts me in a very vulnerable position– but it’s my way of dealing with things. And I’m very grateful that I have music..."
Leading our New Sounds issue, Girlhood reveal contrasting tastes, concepts and debuting their live show.
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.
With a string of festival slots ahead of her, including Barcelona's Primavera, and Dekmantel in Amsterdam, we caught up with the pop star and club queen, Roisin Murphy, to find out just how she manages to do it all.
We were a fan of Captain Over as soon as we heard his collaboration with Trim on his debut EP last year and now, carrying the torch for his follow-up, is another of London's finest, Manga St Hilare, on a track that follows the same off-beat, sci-fi, grime path but with a more uplifting tone. We facilitated a chat between Captain Over and Manga to find out a little more about their working processes, why MCs can be "conservative" and what makes an outsider in grime.
"Shutting down is the exact opposite thing one should do when creating, because it is living that gives you all the ideas"
"I think that kind of sums up Martha: reading I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings and also just being really into wrestling."
Cover Feature: Geoff Cowart talk to Dan Snaith about his new Caribou album for our October issue
Gareth Ware catches up with Allo Darlin' before the release of their third album on Fortuna Pop!
Tom Johnson chats with the Swedish group about their long awaited album, Running Out Of Love
In the few days between the video debuting and their first show, people had learnt the words of the song and were singing it back to them.