Ahead of their show at The Lexington this week, Rats on Rafts tell us about the music that's been inspiring them lately
Sound Savers studio gives us five of their best recording memories.
Kite Base talk us through their influences ahead of their exciting performance at Field Day
We caught up with DJ Barely Legal ahead of her set this year at Field Day festival.
Stuck for what to do in London? Allow the brilliant Mr Mitch to be your guide.
Ezra Collective take us through a day in photos ahead of their appearance at Field Day.
Barbarossa // Rough Trade West - August 3rd Photos by Marga Moner Buy: Barbarossa - Bloodlines Read: Our review of Bloodlines
The Raw Power team give us their On The Stereo picks for the upcoming weekender
It doesn’t seem to take long nowadays for a new act to have been around ‘forever’. Although that’s an exaggeration in many cases, Telegram certainly have been on the scene for some time – not least where the wait for their debut album was concerned.
When Pale Honey burst onto the scene in 2015 with their self-titled debut album, their simple yet striking brand of indie rock made waves...
We spoke to rising start Joel Culpepper to find out about a few tracks that he's digging right now in the run up to his headline show at London's Jazz Cafe.
When Hockeysmith first came to our attention five years ago it was the project of two sisters making dark, experimental music in a caravan. But things went quiet after the release of their superb But Blood EP in 2014. We catch up with Annie Hockeysmith, who released Tears At My Age EP at the end of last month, to find out what happened – and what’s next.
"Captain" Kyrist guides us through 5 standout tracks that have inspired her boat line up at Red Bull Music Odyssey taking place on the Thames this weekend.
We caught up with Kate Teague after the release of her new single 'Good To You' to find out about a few tracks that will be soundtracking her travels on tour in October.
Mabel performing at the O2 Academy Brixton on 12th December 2018.
We went to see Parquet Courts' mega colourful show at The Roundhouse
We caught up with Jaz to speak about her views on the R&B genre in the UK and her music experience so far.
The Internet performing at Brixton Academy, March 2019.
After watching people close to him suffer through mental illness and heartbreak, Tommy’s feelings became detached from the everyday life and towards deeper meanings. He began to write songs that, although often bleak, look to bring hope to those that are experiencing pain. Through his own struggles, music has always been there as a form of comfort, when people are not enough. We spoke to the singer-songwriter as his new single 'Pyre' graces the public realm...
VISIONS FESTIVAL: !!! // Fucked Up // Cloud Nothings // Iceage // Childhood // The Haxan Cloak // Jeffrey Lewis // Echo Lake //...
Win tickets to see Hejira and Wyles & Simpson at 100 Club this easter weekend