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Interview: Lazarus Kane

‘It’s like watching a young Jamie Oliver during the Naked Chef era, making a lamb curry out of nothing but a cardboard box and a bank holiday’: introducing Lazarus Kane...

Interview: Sarathy Korwar

‘Someone from a minority, if you’re putting out music, you’re already making a statement whether you like it or not’: Sarathy Korwar talks his latest album and finding his voice...

Interview: Weird Milk

Ahead of their gig as part of The Great Escape's FIRST FIFTY shows this week, we caught up with indie four-piece Weird Milk.

Interview: Junkerry

‘I wanted to raise questions around the art of listening’: sound artist Junkerry breaks new ground with her latest project.

Interview: Matthew Whiteside

‘There is a lot going on at the edges of the classical world, but a lot of the mainstream still feels quite backward looking’: Composer Matthew Whiteside discusses his latest album and more.

Interview: The Raincoats

‘I really like it. It’s very lively. Some people might think it’s a bit wobbly but for me, it’s alive, it’s there, it’s that moment’: The Raincoats’ Ana Da Silva reflects on their hugely influential debut album 40 years after its release.

Interview: Nikita Bassi

'When I’m singing, I feel my most relaxed, like I can just shut off the world': we get to know R&B, pop and world music mixologist, Nikita Bassi.

Interview: Shakespears Sister

'We don't really set out to upset people. It's not like a pose or a strategy. It's a twisted sense of humour at times that comes through:’ All hail the return of Shakespears Sister.

Interview: Petbrick

‘I know there’s a lot of metal guys who are gonna dig Petbrick and there’s a lot of people who aren’t gonna like it. I’m 100 percent fine with both’: Sepultura drummer Iggor Cavalera on his new project.

Interview: NAHLI

‘If you put everything in, you’ll get everything out': get to know soul/pop rising star NAHLI.