We spoke to multi-award winning Yemi Alade about her career and latest release ‘Go Down’.
We speak to Hospital Records boss Tony Colman about his career so far and forthcoming Hospitality in the Dock 2018.
We chat to RIPL about moving to Scotland, writing music and shaking up the image of singer/songwirters.
We spoke to Kritz93 as he looks to build on his team up wit E. Mak, ‘Woah’, getting picked by DJ Target as a Targo Embargo on BBC Radio 1Xtra.
We speak to Papaphone about his career so far and plans for 2018 on the back of the release of the video for single ‘Forever Be’.
We speak to Edinburgh-born Theo Kottis about his music and playing at the seminal London club fabric.
We speak to classically-trained Poppy Ackroyd about her career so far and latest full-length, Resolve.
We speak to Steig about his influences, writing music and eponymous debut album.
We speak to the Merseyside-based Sub Blue about making chilled out, introspective R&B dubbed ‘suburban blues’.
We speak to Oli, guairat player for Bristol punk band Heavy Lungs about their style and what it means to be involved with The Joe Strummer Foundation.
We spoke to Bassboy about his 2017 which saw the release of Bassline Collection Vol 2 and Badboy EP, plus plans for 2018.
LWE hosted a New Year’s Day party at London’s Tobacco Dock for the fifth year on Monday, January 1st. Mike Barnard was there.
We speak to Michael Jablonka about his career so far and latest release ‘I Found You’.
We speak to London outfit Uncanny Valley about their debut EP Chain Store.
Armed with new, four-track EP ‘Shadowman’, we caught up with Nath Bravo to find out more about her.
We spoke to Dancing on Tables frontman Robbie about their development and new single ‘OH’.
We spoke to Richard James Simpson about his debut album ‘Sweet Birds of Youth’.
We spoke to New York-based tenor singer Mauro about his career so far and anthem ‘Dubstep Heart’.
We speak to Glasgow duo Bad Mannequins about the first taste of the second instalment of their EP trilogy with the release of ‘Double Denim’.
We speak to French Canadian painter and musician Lévi Soulodre about his music project The Pxrtals.
SaSaSaS presents and Get Hype Records took over a room each for FABRICLIVE on Friday, December 8th for a dual drum & bass session loaded with heavyweight names. Mike Barnard was there.
Born in Australia and half-Spanish, Chantal O’Brien now lives in London as she pursues her music career. Classically-trained up to the age of 18, Chantal is heavily influenced by some of the biggest names in pop such as Adele, Christina Aguilera and Whitney Houston. We spoke to Chantal following the release of new single ‘I Need You’.
We speak to Public Order about the record, collaborating with Rebecca and hopes for the future.
We speak to Kevin Pearce about his career so far and latest material.
We speak to Glasgow-based singer/songwriter Scott Simpson about his solo acoustic project Sapienn.