Amar Mehta speaks to DEACON about his love for London, Akala and his most recent release.
“It’s difficult not to think about the end point when writing music, but honestly I think this is the least self-conscious thing I’ve ever made."
Danny Wright gathered Tara Joshi and Eki Igbinoba to discuss surely one of the finest records of the year.
"And so it is that Mikey Collins and I find ourselves, in late July, sheltering from another climatic battering in a campsite cafe huddled over steaming cups of tea..."
"Don't let anyone define you. Know your worth. Do not settle. Speak up. Say no. Do your research. Prepare for opportunities..."
The 21-year-old hip hop sensation who is busy ripping up the rulebook to create startlingly personal and positive rap
"There’s no kind of bitchiness or rivalry; there’s space for everyone to do their different thing.”
They Might Be Giants are back in London with a new album of scintillating zany pop tunes on their 16th album Nanobots at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on November 19th.
With their third album out now, Al Mills discusses Third Space Theory, travelling and their transcendent new record Mordechai with Khruangbin.
Ahead of Total Refreshment Centre's show with Blue Note this evening, John Bell speaks with the vital cultural centre's founder.
We called Nikolai for a quick run-through of his new band Summer Moon, new Strokes music and how this time round, the pressure is off a little bit.
London will happily play host again when the time comes for FIDLAR to outdo themselves once more.
We spoke to the man with many musical strings to his bow, Rob Da Bank, about War Child's Emergence Series, Bestival and his very own record label Sunday Best.
With his new single 'Churches' having just graced the public realm and previous support from the likes of James Bay and Chance the Rapper, we spoke to the British-Nigerian artist Samm Henshaw about his influences, upbringing and musical plans for 2019.
Following the release of his effervescent self-titled LP, we spoke with BOYBOY about music as therapy, his influences, and DIY Kombucha.
We talk to Superfood ahead of their tour and with their new single Double Dutch out on Dirty Hit now
"...with the homogenisation of music nowadays, how do we fit in?"
East Brunswick All Girls Choir emerged in the last 2000's amidst Melbourne's strong music scene and promptly marked themselves out from the crowd. We spoke to band member Marcus Hobbs about the release of their new album, Teddywaddy.
“I feel like the UK really needs a band. A pop band. Fabulousness. Accessibility.”
Having just released their debut album Feels Like, Gareth Ware chats to Bully's Alicia Bognanno
Sounds of 2015: We talk to Shura about what's in store for in the new year, and how things are picking up