Interviews

Interview: Loyle Carner

We meet Loyle Carner, South London’s hip hop whiz and one of the nicest young artists around, to chew the fat on songwriting, cooking and his debut LP, Yesterday’s Gone…

Interview: Melissa James

London talent Melissa James chats about her evolution from open mic performer to bonefide songwriter, and reveals what's in store for her upcoming performance of Sing4Sane charity single Live Again...

Interview: JP Cooper

‘I’ve always been stubborn and a massive dreamer’ - Island Records pop star JP Cooper tells us what it takes to go from the practice room to Top of the Pops…

Interview: Rozi Plain

‘I'm feeling inspired to make “savoury” music at the moment’: singer, songwriter and DIY noisemaker Rozi Plain lets us in on her plans for 2017...

Interview: Beans on Toast

Eight albums in and the prolific protest, satire and social commentary of singer songwriter Beans on Toast shows no sign of slowing - we meet an artist intent on putting a ‘spanner in the works’…

Interview: Bruising

Emotional feedback-riddled upheaval is at the core of Bruising, a Leeds-based outfit whose music harks back to a more innocent time - skewer yourselves on their sweetly hefty pop hooks in our new interview...

Interview: The Moonlandingz

The Moonlandingz were once a fictional outfit but are now making music in the real world. Featuring members of the Fat White Family and the ERC, they claim to have made the first great LP of 2017…

Divine Madness

We get gregarious Madness frontman Suggs on the blower to learn how, after almost 40 years in the game, the band are still residents in the house of fun…