We speak to intergalactic archaeologists Moviestar ahead of their October UK tour.
We spoke to Belle Mt. lead singer Matt Belmont about the band’s formation and debut single ‘Hollow’.
We speak to Austrian singer/songwriter KTEE about her single ‘Rollercoaster’.
Mike Barnard reviews a rain-hit Dimensions Festival featuring Jeff Mills, Grace Jones, Moderat, Daphni, Aux 88, Maurice Fulton and Floating Points.
We spoke to IIDimensionz duo Nathan and Jermaine Williams about their debut single ‘Closer’.
Ann McManus reviews South West Four’s 14th edition on Sunday, August 26th.
Sally Caitlin is a 23-year-old singer-songwriter from Manchester who writes electronic pop music with heartfelt, autobiographical lyrics. This year she’s been releasing tunes from her ‘Experiments’ EP and we spoke to her about latest song ‘Déjà Vu’.
We speak to Stephen McLaren about writing music alone and inspiration for debut album We Used To Go Raving.
We spoke to Steal the City drummer Ellis about their formation, style and hopes for debut single ‘Beating Heart’.
We speak to Tally Spear about her music and influences.
We speak to Mike Watson following the release of ‘Lying for Love’.
We speak to rapper Reppy Hustle about new single ‘Let Me Be’ and his career so far.
Outlandish party-starters Elrow hosted their biggest event in the UK when Elrow Town landed in London. Mike Barnard got involved.
We spoke to Me for Queen about her latest record Who I Am and What I’m For.
Following our preview of the Dimensions Festival opening concert and boat parties for 2017, we move on to the daytime beach stage and night spaces.
We spoke to grime MC Laughta about the influence of her Nigerian and Lebanese heritage, working with esteem producers and hopes for new single ‘Pree My Ting’.
We preview the opening concert and boat parties at Dimensions Festival 2017.
We speak to Sam Pickett following the release of single ‘Papaya Cloud’.
Eastern Electrics Festival relocated to south London for 2017, shacking up in Morden Park on Saturday, August 5th for a day featuring Carl Cox, Âme, Hot Since 82, Skream and Steve Lawler. Ann McManus was there.
On Strom, trio PRAQ! have their trippy, chilled moments, their big brassy break downs and some flat-out dancefloor stints.
Ponchos, umbrellas and quality sound combined with a no-nonsense party crowd to overcome the rain at Percolate Open Air. Mike Barnard was there.
We speak to David B of Calling All Astronauts about new single ‘Living the Dream’.
Samantha Kemmy experiences Afropunk’s takeover of Printworks London featuring The Internet, Danny Brown, Saul Williams and JME.
Mike Barnard was at Farr Festival to take in the new stage plus sets from Booka Shade, Mr G, Young Marco, Craig Richards and Omar-S.
We caught up with The Pocket Gods to find out more about their recent history and forthcoming plans.