30 Seconds

30 seconds interview: Dama Scout

Glaswegian/London three-piece Dama Scout are cooking up a flavoursome stew of smoky shoegaze and spicy post-punk with their latest release for RIP Records. Dig in!

30 seconds interview: Her’s

Originally a meeting of minds between Audun Laading and Stephen Fitzpatrick, Her’s are indie eccentrics informed by outsider art and off-kilter humour. Get to know them in our 30 seconds...

30 seconds interview: Superfood

Forget your goji berries or pomegranate juice, Brummie outfit Superfood have all the vitamins you need with their youthful musical exuberance. Catch them live at The Great Escape…

30 seconds interview: Cheap Meat

London trio Cheap Meat love wrestling as much as they love riffs and are set to go off (in a good way) at The Great Escape this year. Meet them ahead of their Brighton trip…

30 seconds interview: Storm the Palace

‘Play on the offbeat for instant disco’: baroque pop quintet Storm the Palace share their biggest inspirations and best advice as they release their debut LP...

30 seconds: Vulgarians

Inspired as much by Philip Larkin’s poems as the feedback of Sonic Youth, Hull’s Vulgarians peddle a great discordant racket. Catch them on their forthcoming headline UK tour…

30 seconds interview: Weirds

Drawn to the edgier side of psych, Leeds four-piece Weirds temper their primal rock ‘n’ roll instincts with something stranger and darker, like The Melvins wigging out with Hookworms...

30 seconds interview: Evawolf

Evawolf are a ‘four piece from Walthamstow by way of Washington’, making a skyscraping guitar noise best heard on latest EP, Yellow Ribbons…

30 seconds interview: HAUS

Tottenham five-piece HAUS excel at super-slick pop and synthy goodness, borrowing from EDM, R&B and indie for their stereoscopic sound. We get the skinny ahead of their sold-out London headline show...