30 Seconds

30 seconds interview: Whyte Horses

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...

30 Seconds: ST.MARTiiNS

Since fate brought them together at the tender age of 12 alt-pop duo ST.MARTiiNS have cracked the formula for intoxicating, contemporary, indie-dreamscapes.

30 seconds interview: Electra Perivolaris

Mercurial composer and pianist Electra Perivolaris may be a new name in the contemporary classical world, but she’s already been called out as a ‘star of the future’ by BBC Introducing...

30 Seconds Interview: flirting.

With distinct spoken-word vocals and lush shoegaze guitars, Indie-art-rockers flirting. are on the warpath to ensure guitar music stays captivating.

30 Seconds Interview: Starling

Art-pop pioneer Starling’s kaleidoscopic, glossy offerings have managed to sit her comfortably in the front row of emerging modern pop talent. Over the last few years she’s mastered the art of writing music that does just about everything but fit the conventions of pop.…

30 seconds interview: Marsicans

Marsicans have proven to be the masters of a summer-soaked indie rock hit, and their scrappy, charming style has started to win them some serious support.

30 Seconds Interview: Bryony Williams

Bryony Williams’ personal mantra ‘make audiences think twice about the female artists’ is just about the best introduction you can have to her and her music.

30 Seconds Interview: Joshua Burnside

Joshua Burnside's curious brand of brooding alt-folk has earned him well over 3.5 million Spotify streams and bagged him some seriously impressive slots at SXSW, The Great Escape and BBC’s Biggest Weekend. We caught up with him ahead of the release of his next EP.

30 seconds interview: I SEE RIVERS

I See Rivers are a UK-based Nordic trio who deal in 'float folk' and mould-breaking vocal harmonies. Get to know them here before they hit the road on a UK tour...