We chatted to the Melbourne three-piece, Loose Tooth, about their new record Keep Up.
Gareth Ware has an indepth chat with The Spook School ahead of their album Launch show at DIY Space for London
Speaking ahead of a US tour, Bully talk about the influence of the political landscape on new album Losing.
Ahead of his performance at Beat Hotel Marrakech, we spoke to James Holden about Morocco, a state of trance, and collaborating beyond language barriers.
We spoke to South London Rapper, Ché Lingo, about his influences - ranging from Wandsworth, to Ghetts, to his nan - ahead of the release of his latest EP, Sensitive.
Primrose Hill, Staten Island Chalk Farm, Massif Central, Gospel Oak, Sao Paolo Boston Manor, Costa Rica, Arnos Grove San Clemente, Tufnell Park, Gracetown, York...
We spoke with Omahrose about her formative influences, her debut EP and negotiating a male-dominated industry as an independent female artist.
Gareth Ware talks to Zac Little of Saintseneca about coming to the UK for the first time and their latest album Such Things.
Fittingly titled Jackuum!, we find out why D Double E's debut album has taken quite so long and why it was always going to be worth the wait.
Wolf Eyes chat with Geoff Cowart ahead of Visions festival in London
We caught up for a few rounds with the musician and poet Jamie Lee of MONEY to talk barstool voyeurism, its creative implications, and the challenges of poetic ambition.
We talk to Laura Imbruglia about her music-meets-comedy TV series Amateur Hour.
We caught up with Jaz to speak about her views on the R&B genre in the UK and her music experience so far.
We talk to the incredible force that is Wolf Alice ahead of their album release.
Danny Wright gathered Stephanie Phillips and Kezia Cochrane together to talk all things What Chaos Is Imaginary.
We spoke to UK grime artist Lethal Bizzle in the run up to his tour supporting 50 Cent and G-Unit.
"My mom raised me to deeply respect Whitney Houston as the most important diva..."
East London Fawcett (ELF) hosted an event at Shoreditch House to discuss the inequality women face in the music industry.
Where grunge sensibilities collide in a compact space with raw, DIY punk aesthetics you’ll find Philadelphia by way of Birmingham quartet Swearin’.
Off the back of the release of her most personal project to date, we caught up with the brave, triumphant TOKiMONSTA.
For World Mental Health Day five artists share their experiences and struggles with mental health, and reflect on how their music has factored into...