30 Seconds

30 Seconds Interview: Whinnie Williams

Looking for your next slice of gorgeously shimmering, sugar-coated RnB? Whinnie Williams is here for your fix, with lustrous, high-drama tracks that reveal a star in the making...

30 seconds interview: Brand New Friend

Bursting with energy and infectious hooks, the brother-and-sister-fronted quartet from Northern Ireland are whipping up the perfect blend of pop-rock laced with knowing melancholy.

30 seconds interview: Artificial Pleasure

Artificial Pleasure make magically glistening synth-pop that's as slick and well-oiled as their haircuts. Here, we grab 30 seconds with frontman Phil McDonnell to get the lowdown...

30 seconds interview: Greta Isaac

Welsh artist Greta Isaac has all the trappings of a big-time alt-pop star – massive choruses, glitchy synth sweeps and genuinely unique vocals. Get in the groove ahead of her upcoming live date...

30 Seconds Interview: Whenyoung

Channeling the ferocity of the Pixies and the sonic atmospherics of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Whenyoung perfectly encapsulate the giddiness of young abandon. Meet the Irish pop punks here...

30 seconds interview: Human Pyramids

If ecstatic electronics, orchestral theatrics and pounding punk get your ears doing cartwheels, then 16-piece post-rock collective Human Pyramids are for you. Don't miss the new LP...

30 Seconds Interview: Xenoula

Xenoula is Romy Xeno, a globe-trotting artist whose bewitching electronic pop buzzes with otherworldly karma and mystic incantations. Get to know her ahead of her debut LP...

30 seconds interview: Sephine Llo

Sephine Llo's debut LP I, Your Moon, is a deeply moving tribute to a young life cut short and a new life beginning, reflected through the otherworldly incantations of an artist in her stride.

30 seconds interview: Black Moth

If you like getting your rocks off to the nihilistic riffs of dirty garage-rock, then London/Leeds five-piece Black Moth should definitely be on your radar. Now back with a new single...