Sonia Leigh will embark on her first co-headlining European tour with UK artist Sasha McVeigh and releases new single “When We Are Alone” in early April.
The Rising have just released their debut album Coming Home. We spoke to guitarist Chris Logan.
The Novelties - Kelly Mylod and Sophie Noire - is a new band based in Los Angeles set to release new single “Dazed By The Sea”. We talked to the duo to find out more about their inspiration, their influences and what their new single is all about.
Belast’s dreamy pop noise trio Beauty Sleep formed last year and have new single “The Dark” out now. We spoke to band members Ryan McGroarty, Cheylene Murphy and Aimee Williamson.
Rackhouse Pilfer describe themselves as ‘a fiery, exciting, Irish-Americana and folk-rock band from Ireland’. We found out more.
We interview blues-rock trio Loveless Effect from Buckeye, Arizona ahead of their European tour.
The Southern Companion are following up their debut album Short Stories and Tall Tales by continuing their British take on the Americana/Country genre with “1,000 Days of Rain”. We spoke to Darren to find out more about them.
Michigan-born and Los Angeles-based Zach Thorpe music via an experimental process We spoke to Zach to find out more about how he makes his music and his influences.
Global citizen Nicky Rubin is an international alternative singer-songwriter and performer. We caught up with Nicky to find out more about his musical journey.
New country duo American Young is made up of Jon Stone and Kristy Osmunson. We caught up with them to find out more.
Polish electronic-dub, production and turntablist duo Earth Is Flat make music by combining raw sounds, field recordings, instruments and vocals.
Leyley is on a musical mission to travel the world and write an album in the process. We get the low down on her trip at the halfway point.
We speak to Jordan Morris ahead of the release of debut EP Discovery.
We caught up with LewRey to find out more about their formation and goals for 2016 as they get set to release single ‘Somebody’.
Dave Hanson has left band The Dunwells and gone solo. Armed with EP ‘Blind Faith’, he’s opted for a laid back blues sound with a lead single of soulful acoustic music. We caught up with Dave to find out more about why he left The Dunwells and what’s in store for fans now.
We caught up with Dorset MC Isaiah Dreads to find out more about his new mixtape.
Lemmy Ashton has gone from a Bugged Out Weekender DJ competition entrant in 2012 to a regular on their line-ups at both clubnights and annual three-day dance festival.
Former FDM bandmember Kyle Lettman has just released his second EP Underconstruction which takes memorable elements of his past to construct the future. We caught up with Kyle to find out more about his solo career.
Montreal-based indie pop group Groenland are in the ascent. Following the release of debut album The Chase, nominations for Pop Album of the Year at the Independent Music Awards and Pop Group of the Year at SiriusXM Indie Awards, plus an extensive tour, they’ve recorded a cover of James Blake song ‘Retrograde’. We caught up with lead singer Sabrina Halde to find out why the band chose ‘Retorgrade’ to cover.
We caught up with Jonas Rathsman to find out more about touring with five pals as French Express, the defining moment for his productions and why Bugged Out Weekender is a crazy festival he’s excited to go back to in January 2016.
What has one third of former dubstep supergroup Magnetic Man, half of short-lived speed garage hitmakers 187 Lockdown and the man behind an upstart fashion brand got in common?
Found Director James Benenson, who had been with the brand since its beginnings hosting nights at Vauxhall’s now defunct Hidden in 2011, looks back over pitching up at four of London’s parks and inviting thousands of revellers to party as he leaves the festival brand to return to the Urban Nerds youth marketing agency he helped start in 2007.
Singer-songwriter Tom Clay is the Flight Brigade bass player looking to make a name for himself as a solo artist. He’s been in the studio this year and hopes to have live dates soon. We caught up with Tom, who has a claim to fame of being Robert Carlyle’s hand double in 28 Weeks later.
Sheffield grime MC Coco followed up debut single “Target Practice” with a second tune produced by Toddla T: “Big Bou Yah”. A blend of dub and reggae roots, it’s out now on his label Girls Music. The veteran MC appeared at Notting Hill Carnival on the Toddla T Sound System alongside Sean Paul, Julio Bashmore and Lady Leshurr; he also made his debut on the white isle when he played Ibiza Rocks! We caught up with Coco to find out more about his career so far.
Mo Kenney is about to release second album In My Dreams in the UK, already recognised in Canada for an East Coast Music Award for Pop Recording of the Year. We caught up with Mo to find out more about her career so far.