Carousel

Interview: Gordon Giltrap

‘In all honesty, I'm still stunned by it all and can't quite believe it,’ says Gordon Giltrap of his recent appointment as an MBE. Here, the guitarist and composer reflects on his career and achievements.

Interview: Dylan Cartlidge

We catch up with the Teesside trip-hop wonderkid who hurls genres at one another and turns the resulting musical gloop into thunderous, glitchy rap tunes.

Interview: Robocobra Quartet

We caught up with sprawling jazz ensemble Robocobra Quartet - one of the most eclectic, unhinged and boisterous acts in the jazz world right now.

Interview: Yola Carter

Bristol country soul sensation Yola Carter is on the cusp of blowing up in 2017 - we quiz her on breaking country music stereotypes in two…

Interview: Jah Wobble

From PiL to Invaders of the Heart via dabbles with drugs, drink and a stint working for London Underground, no one else has done it quite like bass-playing impresario Jah Wobble. Jim Ottewill meets one of the last true originals…

Classical Reimagined

Alexandra Coghlan dives into the contemporary classical world to discover how composers, commissioners and programmers must unite to thrive in 21st century Britain.

Interview: Hifi Sean

Former Soup Dragon Hifi Sean's (aka Sean Dickson) new album FT sees collaborations with some of music's most significant icons including Yoko Ono, Crystal Waters, Soft Cell's Dave Ball and Alan Vega - we find out how to collaborate with your heroes...

Interview: Mark Simpson

'I try to work under no pretence and just be as true to myself as I can' - young composer Mark Simpson on his music, Liverpool roots and new opera, Pleasure…