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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…

Interview: Vince Clarke

Vince Clarke – one of British synth-pop’s founding fathers – on circuit boards, collaborations and his rigorous creativity...

Songwriting legacies: gone but not forgotten

2016 will be marked by the sad passing of songwriting icons David Bowie and Prince, among others. Eamonn Forde asks the publishers tasked with looking after such seminal catalogues, what happens next?

Folk roots, new routes

We spend some time with folk icon Shirley Collins, and others thriving in her wake, to learn how our ancient musical vernacular is inspiring songwriters today…

Just Joined December 2016

Pixie Geldof, UK grime producer Lolingo and new indie darlings King Nun are among the latest crop of talent to join PRS for Music. Get to know them here...