Rock/indie

In session: Black Futures

Apocalyptic noise-punks Black Futures are in possession of some of the darkest sonic manoeuvres this side of Nine Inch Nails. Watch them tear up the latest PRS Presents...

Featured artist: Eliza Shaddad

Nomadic soloist, touring musician with jazzers Hansu-Tori, pop vocalist for Clean Bandit: there's very little Eliza Shaddad hasn't tried. Get to know ahead of the debut LP...

Interview: Kodaline

'When you know what these guys can do from their past successes, it's definitely on your mind' - Kodaline drummer Vinny May on teaming up with hitmaking talent for the band's new album.

Interview: Peluche

Get to know London trio Peluche, who flirt with funk, psych, soul and hip-hop for their borderless ‘trip jam’...

30 seconds interview: Adwaith

Post-punk trio Adwaith are making waves on the Welsh music scene and beyond for their beguiling but defiant sound. We find out what makes them tick, ahead of their debut album release.

Playlist: Simon Ballard, Mute Song

Mute Song has been at the cutting edge of music publishing since 1982. Following a massive year for the company, licensing manager Simon Ballard shares some of the highlights from his roster...

Riding high: Pale Waves

We meet Pale Waves, one of the UK’s most hotly tipped new bands, to learn how they went from zero to hero in less than two years.

Featured artist: flirting.

Prepare to fall head over heels for flirting. - an East London five-piece making ‘anxiety pop’ mixed with astute art-rock. Ace debut EP incoming...

Interview: Ritzy Bryan, The Joy Formidable

‘You don’t last 10 years making alternative guitar music in this day and age unless you really fucking love it' Ritzy Bryan on the trials and tribulations of band life, and the ace new LP...

30 seconds interview: No Violet

We catch up with Bristol grunge outfit No Violet, whose gorgeously fuzz-fuelled debut EP is a modern escapade into the mire and angst of late eighties' grunge.