Genres

Interview: [ K S R ]

‘I feel like every song that I’ve written comes from a really sensitive place, so I hope everyone embraces it and takes in the message,’ says Manchester-based soul singer [K S R].

Playlist: Welcome to My City – Chiedu Oraka

Now in it’s third year Welcome to My City returns in April with another diverse line-up, including China Bowls, Fred Fredas, Chesqua, Vital, and Hull-based hip hop artist Chiedu Oraka, who curates this Friday’s playlist.

Interview: The Stranglers

Originally known as the Guilford Stranglers, the punk-provocateurs responsible for hit’s like Golden Brown and No More Heroes, remain synonymous with the Surrey town.

Interview: Housewives

‘Technology has certainly opened up loads for us. By using this computer software, you can effectively use any instrument you could imagine, instead of just sitting down with a guitar, which gets pretty boring pretty quickly,’ says Housewives’ David Moran.

In Session: Amaria

Amaria might still be in her teens, but she’s already won a TV talent show, performed at Radio 1’s Big Weekend, performed in New York, and appeared on the same bill as Leona Lewis.