Citing Judas Priest as inspiration, acclaimed composer and virtuoso cellist Jo Quail is turning classical on its head with her left-field vibrations that have The Cure's Robert Smith in her thrall.
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.
Vicky O’Neon is a self-dubbed ‘Riot Grrrl multi-instrumentalist’, whose particular specialisms in body percussion and vegetable orchestras drive her sublime sound. Get to know...
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.
Pete Beardsworth is a sax and keys player, soundscaper and beatmaker working at the more spiritual end of the jazz spectrum. Get to know him ahead of the release of his debut EP...
Bilingual Brighton-based duo Frost join the dots between glacial electronics and transcendental synth-pop. Get under the skin of their sultry sound ahead of the release of their debut LP, Matters
We chat to melancholic synth extraordinaire Knightstown, who draws out ethereal, emotive, dream-like electronics overflowing with harmony and pop savvy.
We chat to Sheffield’s homegrown pop princess TYNI, who crafts sugary-sweet, kaleidoscopic, future-pop with some of the best in the industry.
Get to know Manchester magpies Whyte Horses, who take their songwriting cues from tropicalia, psychedelia, cosmic soundtracks and sixties era Laurel Canyon...
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.