Interviews

Interview: Andy McCrorie-Shand

Andy McCrorie-Shand, the Teletubbies theme tune creator, shares his tips and tricks for excelling in the psychedelic world of kids' TV music...

Interview: Saint Agnes

‘Too many modern records are a result of art made by committee and lacks a vibrancy we wanted to capture,’ says Saint Agnes’ Jon James Tufnell.

Interview: Thomas Farnon

'Albums give you a level of freedom you don't have on a film': lauded screen composer Thomas Farnon on the art of making long players, including his latest, Solace...

Interview: Rosehip Teahouse

‘Being a part of the DIY scene has been so important in feeling connected to other artists and such a lovely way to meet great people from all over the place,’ says Faye Roger of Rosehip Teahouse.

Interview: Tin Sounds

'We pretty much did what everyone says you shouldn't and started cold calling': Tin Sounds, the composers behind the BBC's hit kids' show Hey Duggee, on how they got the gig and what happened next...

Interview: Bodyhacker

They may have formed only last year, but Cardiff’s Bodyhacker are searing themselves on the minds of all who hear them.

Interview: Yizzy

'If you’re stepping into an industry you’re unfamiliar with, you owe it to yourself to know your worth': rising South London MC Yizzy on making waves in music...

Interview: Ellie Wyatt

‘Children respond to all sorts of music, they can joyfully listen to classical, reggae, swing jazz - you name it!’ BAFTA Award-nominated Ellie Wyatt on composing for kids TV.

Interview: Shards

We spend some time with Kieran Brunt, ringleader of Erased Tapes' latest signing Shards, to get the skinny on the making of their ace debut LP, Find Sound.