We speak to Fat Goth frontman, vocalist and guitarist Fraser Stewart about the band’s history and latest LP Enorme!.
We speak to Frank Hamilton as part of Mental Health Awareness Week about new single ‘More or Less’ on which he opens up about his own mental health and depression.
We speak to new Glasgow band Long-Distance to find out a little more about their music and their desire to go back in time to get Prince.
We speak to Stash Peso, the member of the London creative team TOORARETODIE, about with his new single ‘Glow’.
Following the positive response of Best Youth’s debut album Highway Moon in their native Portugal, the duo of Ed Rocha Gonçalves and Catarina Salinas will see it re-released on Friday, May 26th via Station 5. We spoke to Ed and Caterina about their formation and hopes for the re-release.
We chat to pan-European three-piece PRAQ! about their formation plus debut single ‘Mystification’ and album STROM.
We caught up with Tryptamines Chemical Callum to find out more about his musical journey following the release of the band’s concept album The Way Which Can Be Named Is Not The Nameless Way.
Analog Bombs consider themselves a bit ska, a smidgen mariachi, quite drunk, mostly argumentative and very northern. We found out more.
Matt & The Beanstalk creates uplifting pop with his debut single ‘Symphony’ released earlier this month on Beanstalk Records. We chatted to Matt about his inspiration and writing ‘Symphony’ with Newcastle-based producer Bramwell Bronte.
Ahead of the release of the Ultras’ self-titled debut album out on Friday, we speak to multi-instrumentalist Gav Prentice.
Edinburgh five-piece Rebel Westerns new single is the uplifting indie-pop of ‘Envy’. We spoke to vocalist Dominic Thomson.
We spoke to Coltana’s Blake Kenrick about how the Brixton-based, punk-rock quartet formed, their song-writing process and plans for the year.
We spoke to the purveyor of sordid pop to find out more about her escape from Cyprus, day-to-day creative process and exactly what the video to ‘Aman Aman’ is all about.
We speak to Tel Aviv’s Buttering Trio ahead of their show at Camden Assembly on Friday, May 12th.
We speak to Scottish four-piece The Phantoms about their musical style, new single and live performances.
We speak to Mollyanna about their new single ‘Louder’, influences and hopes for 2017.
We speak to Fuzzystar ahead of the release of his album Telegraphing on Friday, April 28th.
We speak to Voksal ahead of the release of EP Visual Kei on Friday, April 21st.
We chat to Nigerian-born, London-based Mike Maro who uses his music to tackle issues such as womens rights, heartbreak and loss.
We spoke to XY&O vocalist Skip Curtis about re-imaging ‘What’s Love Got to Do With It?’.
We speak to former tennis player Onny Parun OBE who has swapped his racquet for a pen to write text-speak single ‘Y DNT U CM VST ME?????’.
We spoke to Jon Baird about Koba’s creative process and the inspiration for their new single ‘Rush’.
Dutch four-piece Canshaker Pi is hitting the ears of UK music fans with the release of ‘What You’re Trying To Say’. We found out more about the noise rock band.
We speak to Edinburgh-based electro pop singer/songwriter Emilie ahead of the release of new single ‘Never Enough’.
We spoke to The Calm Fiasco’s drummer Andy McInnes about their history and new EP ‘The Fear’.