“I’m sorted. Once I’ve got some kids and a dog… bruv, I’ve done it all!”
"I’ve got a kind of masochistic desire to work my ass off and to push further."
Finlay is a name to know who hails from Yorkshire. Having moved to London recently he's been releasing a collection of songs that shows...
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...
Andrew Gerson talks to Geoff Cowart about all the exciting things going on for Brooklyn Brewery's London Mash
Purity Ring Chat Rob Leedham about their new album, progressing and writing songs in the same room
A huge Q&A detailing the life of Sarah Records, as told by it's founders, with added history by Gareth Ware
Simone Scott Warren sits down with one of the most accomplished producers today to talk his own debut
Tom Walters sits down with the endlessly fascinating Kero Kero Bonito ahead of their new album, Bonito Generation
Our February cover star, Jens Lekman finds therapy in his fourth album.
Peer into the inner workings of Evelyn Ida Morris in the midst of the release of their new album.
In 2015 filmmaker Michael Winterbottom followed North London rock band Wolf Alice as they toured their debut My Love Is Cool.
Interpol did it again! After a four-year break, the New York post-punk trio is back with yet another smashing record.
"...this record is about me saying 'yes' to all of it..."
We catch up with the multitude of things the always brilliant Hey Colossus are up to
“You know when you read something and your heart beats, your pulse speeds up because it’s affecting you? I had the desire to do that to myself"
boasting superb albums on Honest Jon’s as well as big name collaborations with Ghostface Killer, Damon Albarn, Erykah Badu, Mos Def – and of course, their dad.
Geoff Cowart catches up with Spoon's enigmatic frontman Britt Daniel to talk their long awaited new album
Gareth Ware talks to Fever Dream about making their debut album and being a close knit group ahead of their new cross inn show.
Judging by the reaction he elicits between songs, Tom Murray is nothing less than local royalty.
Geoff Cowart talks cartoon crushes with the ever-joyful Sleigh Bells