30 Seconds

30 Seconds: All the Young

All The Young, the latest band to spend 30 seconds chatting to M, are already able to ram theatre-sized music venues on their own merits.

30 Seconds: Ebee

Singer songwriter Ebee makes music she genuinely feels, with a sincere voice and real and honest lyrics. She spends 30 seconds telling M more.

30 Seconds: Lines Across Maps

Lines Across Maps turned down record label interest to self-produce their EP, On Second Thoughts, on next to no budget. Vocalist and bassist Bev chats to M for half a minute...

30 Seconds: Young Believers

Young Believers are a folk/beat band. They often get compared to Bright Eyes but are more influenced by Bert Jansch and Dylan. They’ve been lucky enough to support Willy Mason, The Mystery Jets, The Rifles, The Fratellis and other top artists.

30 Seconds: Jamie Parisio

Jamie Parisio is a singer/songwriter who has drawn comparisons with the likes of Nick Drake, Ray LaMontagne, Iron & Wine and Jeff Buckley.

30 Seconds: Matt Muré

Matt Muré is a 23 year old English singer, guitarist and songwriter from London. He is currently recording his debut EP and gigging throughout London.

30 Seconds: Twin Atlantic

Formed in 2007 in Glasgow, and infusing their music with their Scottish heritage, Twin Atlantic released their mini-album, Vivarium, in 2009 to great acclaim and have just released their full debut, Free.

30 Seconds: Stefan Drechsel

On a bright and sunny day in 2011, Stefan Drechsel made the decision of his life. Closing the door on his successful career in the corporate world, he went back to his true passion of song writing, recording and live performance. His single The Blue Yonder is out now.

30 Seconds: The Winter Olympics

The Winter Olympics are a dance punk indie rock and roll band from London. In their words, they "rock dance parties, and make rock parties dance." They've been introduced by BBC 6 Music's Tom Robinson and have been making music together since 2002.

30 Seconds: Nina Nesbitt

Half Swedish, half Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt was only 16 years old when she emerged on the British music scene last year. Following her stint as last week's PRS for Music Featured Artist, we spent 30 seconds finding out more about her