Interviews

Interview: Kadeem Tyrell

South Londoner Kadeem Tyrell is flying the flag for a new wave of British R&B, with gospel, East Coast hip-hop and nineties soul all shaping his smooth sound. Get the skinny...

Interview: LIINES

'Few of our songs reach the two-and-a-half minute mark, but it’s still a physically exhausting experience!' energetic trio LIINES give us the skinny on their debut LP...

Interview: Black Honey

'When you love what you do so much, it’s really easy to fight for it' - Black Honey's creative force Izzy B Phillips on her unwavering vision plus what's in store for the band's long-awaited debut...

Interview: Adam Stafford

Adam Stafford's ace new LP, Fire Behind the Curtain, reflects art-rock, ambient, drone, vocal experiments and electronica through a classical lens. We get the inside track...

Interview: Phaedra

'As audiences for classical music grow older and smaller, it’s vital that new generations of listeners are created' - Phaedra violinist Peter Granell on how experimental ensembles are keeping the genre alive...

Interview: Shatner’s Bassoon

Named after an impossibly funny sketch in nineties cult comedy Brass Eye, it’s fitting Shatner’s Bassoon are a barrel of oddness, inventiveness and wit. Delve in, you won't regret it...

Interview: Daughter

'We really didn’t know if we had the ability to do it - we just jumped off the cliff:' Daughter on their 2018 Ivor Novello Award-nominated videogame score for Life Is Strange...

Interview: Elderbrook

'The experiece taught me you don’t need to inject a whole lot of cash into a song to become a success, which is a great place to be': Elderbrook on his Ivor Novello Award-nominated track Cola...

Interview: P Money

'I'm really good at storytelling. I pay attention to detail so when I tell a story, I go pretty deep' - the grime MC on his candid approach plus staying independent...