Ahead of their set at Green Man Festival, meet Manchester magpies Whyte Horses, who take their songwriting cues from tropicalia, psychedelia, cosmic soundtracks and sixties era Laurel Canyon...
'Be stubborn and vague, and don’t pay attention to what anyone else is doing': Menace Beach's Ryan Needham on the band's sonic recipe and how they cooked up their ace new LP.
Meet Gently Tender, a reluctantly proclaimed indie-supergroup full of scrappy melancholy and psychedelic sensibilities from the ashes of Palma Violets.
Bristol grunge outfit No Violet light a slow burning fuse and build to explosive crescendos of filthy guitars and hypnotic, exasperated vocals.
London duo, NOVA TWINS are a genre bending amalgamation of raw punk energy, illegal rave electronics and unapologetic grimey attitude.
Cardiff acoustic ace Ali Lacey, aka Novo Amor, on the making of his debut LP Birthplace, and why he’s teaming up with environmental charities to limit the impact of his upcoming tour…
After the demise of Palma Violets, new project Gently Tender emerges with scrappy, melancholic indie-punk energy underpinned by psychedelic sensibilities.
'Our old shows were pretty crazy and we’d be fighting or vomiting... Things are different now... We don't want to seem like assholes!' Funked-up post-punks Warmduscher on mastering the stage...
We caught up with sun drenched indie-pop duo KAWALA, masters of lush vocal harmonies and gorgeously hypnotic guitar licks.
The UK artists are the latest acts to join BBC Radio 1's Brit List, which supports musicians on the tipping point of launching their careers.