Features

Interview: Maximo Park

'I feel in some way responsible as an artist to reflect the world I live in': Maxïmo Park's Paul Smith on getting personal and political on their new album...

Interview: Mystery Jets

‘The audience are the silent secret ingredient in the songwriting process’: Mystery Jets' Blaine Harrison on their Ivor nominated track Telomere and the making of the new album...

Interview: Fifi Rong

London-based electronic pop provocateur Fifi Rong gives us the skinny on how her hotly anticipated debut LP is coming along and where she gets her sartorial cues from...

Interview: Dyo

'This is very overwhelming! I’ve never been nominated for anything, and for this to be the first is massive!' London songwriter Dyo on her first ever Ivor Novello Award nod...

Interview: Nev Cottee

Nev Cottee is one of Britain’s great unsung vocalists, with a deep, dark timbre and sixties slant that recalls prime-era Cohen or Hazlewood. Here, he lets us in on the making of his new LP...

Interview: Nigel Elderton

Seasoned pop publisher and peermusic managing director Nigel Elderton has just taken up the PRS chairmanship. We learn what's in store for his tenure...

Picture This: Rag ‘n’ Bone Man

Last July, Rory Graham (aka Rag 'n' Bone Man) headlined the summer edition of PRS for Music Presents at the society’s London headquarters. Shortly after, he went stratospheric. We chart his rise...

Interview: Sweet Baboo

‘It’s not normally in my nature to be so footloose and fancy free': Sweet Baboo on studio freestyling, his new LP and overcoming writer's block...