Features

Interview: Robin Richards

‘There are no boundaries and there are no limits to what you can create with this art form’: composer and multi-instrumentalist Robin Richards branches out from his work with Dutch Uncles.   

Interview: Philip Herbert

‘Music is becoming a cultural preserve that is gradually only becoming accessible to those who are from wealthy backgrounds. This is a huge concern for future generations’: composer Philip Herbert talks about the future of classical music.

Interview: Strange Bones

‘The word punk has been chewed up, spat out and regurgitated by every suit in the music industry, but the anger remains': get to know Blackpool punks Strange Bones.

Interview: Sigma

Drum and bass duo Sigma are back with a new single and another high-profile collaboration...

Interview: MF Tomlinson

‘This is what an internal feeling might sound like – to me anyway’: Get to know the idiosyncratic sound of MF Tomlinson.

Interview: Christopher Gunning

‘Be practical; don’t be snobbish about media music, and don’t delay that symphony until you’re too old and frail to have the energy to actually do it!’: Christopher Gunning doles out some sage advice to emerging composers.

How to… navigate the sync market

‘In an age of declining record sales, pitiful streaming income and loss-making tours, sync stands as one of the last ways to make good money in the music industry’: we sit down with Bucks Music Group’s Robyn Kennedy to get the lowdown on sync.

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.