‘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.
'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...
They may have formed only last year, but Cardiff’s Bodyhacker are searing themselves on the minds of all who hear them.
'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...
‘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.
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.
'The freedom is amazing!' The Darkness frontman Dan Hawkins on swapping leopard print leotards and stadium stages for a composing gig on kids' TV...
‘To me everything is political, and if you say it’s not political that’s a privileged choice to not have to interact with politics,’ says East-London’s Poppy Ajudha.
‘The best musical projects are where the individuals involved are pulling each other in different directions, and challenging each other’s weak points or unconscious tendencies,’ says Solo Collective’s Sebastian Reynolds.
‘All of my work, in some way or another, is informed by the place in which it was recorded. The outside just seeps in,’ says acclaimed composer and sound-artist Richard Skelton.