The Wytches throw down the gauntlet as they proclaim themselves kings of Mirror's Halloween, timings and more for the festival.
Trim and Airhead talk about working together on this year's 1-800 Dinosaur release.
WE catch up with Theo Verney ahead of his Vision Festival Performance in August
With second album Turn Out The Lights, the Memphis singer-songwriter returns with a record of hope and healing.
With new album Whole Again Hooligan released last month, J-Felix talks Goldlink, Passing Clouds and playing the prestigious Roundhouse.
They might be barely out of their teens, but Kagoule are busy carving out their own identity.
Olivia Nelson supported by Mychelle at Colours Hoxton, October 15th. Photos by Andrew Gordon
Laura Misch pieced together a series of photos for us to get to know the lady behind the sounds.
With her new album Sorceress out this Friday, we caught up with LA-based artist Jess Williamson to talk baking bread, Joanna Newsom, and her dream gig.
As the Jazz Cafe link back up with gal-dem to once again celebrate International Women’s Day, we spoke to one of the three rising stars on the bill, Madison McFerrin, and she shared with us five stunning tracks by women that have inspired her.
Photos of The Cat Empire at Somerset House in London by Alec Bruce
French duo Clara and Armand met at Beaux arts school in Paris and there began experimental techno-pop group Agar Agar.
Listen to White Kite's debut track and read our Q&A with the band.
Ider's album release show at Moth Club, July 16th. Find them on this month's cover, or listen & read here Photos by Rachel Lipsitz
We went to see the American rapper and songwriter Duckwrth performing at Oslo, London on 22nd November 2018.
Withered Hand plays Scala in October read what he has to say about David Bowie and Pokemon.
Fresh from dropping shimmering new anthem ‘Hot Mess’, we get to know the Reading quintet for more than just their joyous indie bangers.
We chat to Allison Crutchfield about stepping out solo as she releases her debut album.
The beautifully diverse, award winning artist and producer from Boston, Latrell James, comes through with his first offering of 2019, ‘Tracphone’, which shows him effortlessly flowing over a self-produced, dangerously bouncy and melodic beat. We caught up with Latrell to find out about a few tracks that have influenced his sound.
"I’ve got a kind of masochistic desire to work my ass off and to push further."
With her blend of distorted hardware, hard trap beats, hypnotic electronica and heady vocals, we instantly fell for E L L E's potent, avant-garde magnetism.