We chat to Brighton-based band Army Of Bones who got together last year to record their self-titled debut album via their own label Bones Music Group.
We spoke to Morganway on the back of their new single ‘My Love Ain’t Gonna Save You’.
We caught up with Lots Holloway to chat about her influences and debut single ‘World’s On Fire’.
We spoke to grime M.C. Stogey about his first release and how he got involved with D Power’s label.
We interview Doubleffe about how he got hooked on techno and all things Coma.
We chat to Stephan and Jeffrey of London-based pop/R&B duo Misunderstood armed with a video for double-a single ‘Sucker/Imma Do My Thang’.
We speak to Be Charlotte’s Charlotte Brimner about their history and new release ‘One Drop’.
We chat to RJ Thompson whose latest single is a cover of Bob Dylan’s ‘The Times They Are A-Changin’.
We spend 10 hours in new London venue Printworks as its in-house music series debuts.
We speak to Demarzo following the release of his debut EP on Wow! Recordings, ‘Get Right’.
We speak to Anna Pancaldi.
London’s electronic music community gets another boost when new venue Printworks opens in Canada Water.
Italian Opera singer Laura Muccini makes her pop debut with ‘My Prayer of Love’, written to give her husband strength through his illness.
We spoke to Angie Rance of indie-folk quintet Patch & The Giant ahead of the release of their debut album All That We Had, We Stole and forthcoming UK tour.
We speak to lyricist Double S about his career so far and what the deal is with ‘Yana Darg’.
We interview Seismal D ahead of the release of his three-track EP on Riot Recordings.
Vitalic’s new album Voyager is a cruise through a disco cosmos of low slung beats and hypnotic vocals.
Singer and rapper Ember Phoenix from West London released album Levels last December and worked with the Grammy-nominated Beast on single ‘Jodeci’.
Singer-songwriter Chris James makes cinematic-folk with new EP Space In The Clouds out now. We chatted to him about the results.
Manchester’s Warehouse Project teamed up with London-based promoters The Hydra for three rooms of house and techno.
We chat to Greddy and Nix of Junk Antique as they completed the filming of a video for single ‘Black Cocaine’.
London based singer-song writer Niall Keels, once of the Radiohead-esque Empire Divide, is now making it alone as Keels. We spoke to him following the release of new single ‘Surrender’.
We caught up with singer-songwriter Jo Mango to find out about her climate change project When Tomorrow Becomes Yesterday, put together with songwriters, academic researchers and sustainability organisations.
We speak to Outblinker’s Luigi Pasquini and Chris Cusack.
We chat to 21-year-old singer Brooklyn who’s new single ‘Cupid’ is about a bad break up.