Genres

Interview: Young Fathers

‘We don’t intend to make statements for anybody else but ourselves, but that always seems to make a statement,’ says Young Fathers’ Graham 'G' Hastings.

Interview: Let’s Eat Grandma

‘It’s really nice that this award is about songwriting specifically. Often it can be about other stuff in the industry, and songwriting is what we do this for,’ say Let’s Eat Grandma’s Rosa Walton.

Interview: Kojey Radical

‘I’ve always paid attention to songwriting and I’ve always wanted to contribute really great music. I think it always starts with the pen,’ says Best Contemporary Song nominee Kojey Radical.

Interview: Dan Caplen and Jamie Scott

‘It’s an award in front of our peers and it’s an award for songs, which is clearly the most important thing in the music industry, which is sometimes forgotten,’ says hit songwriter Jamie Scott.

Interview: Jonny Greenwood

‘It’s a real partnership, it’s like being in a band with somebody,’ says Jonny Greenwood of his collaborative relationship with director Paul Thomas Anderson.

Interview: Wiley

‘He may not know it, but I am his number one fan,’ says Wiley of his former friend Dizzee Rascal.

Playlist: inner city electronic

inner city electronic returns to Leeds next week for another celebration of beeps, bleeps and cutting-edge culture. For our new playlist, the festival organisers give us a taste of what's in store...

Interview: David Housden

'For me, figuring out what I want to say needs to come before I decide how I’m going to say it': award-winning media composer David Housden on his knack for creating epic videogame scores...

Interview: Sacred Paws

Spinning on an elastic axis of post punk fuzz and African rhythms, the fancy musical footwork of Glasgow’s Sacred Paws has taken some giant steps since the group’s inception, winning the Scottish Album of the Year and dazzling leftfield music fans.