30 Seconds

30 Seconds Interview: Mined

The electronica newcomer 'makes music at night' but his blissed out, balearic sounds are pure rose-tinted summer days. We grabbed a few moments to meet the man behind Mined...

30 seconds interview: Two Ways Home

Back with a four-track wonder of warm, heart-felt duets that will have you dreaming of Nashville, we thought it was high time we caught up with alt-country duo Two Ways Home...

30 Seconds Interview: The Travelling Band

The Mancunian rockers bounced back from £30,000 worth of gear being stolen to deliver a gritty Americana record that channels The War on Drugs via Neil Young. We find out what makes Jo tick...

30 seconds interview: James Heather

Post-classical pianist James Heather seemingly arrived from nowhere earlier this year, with his debut EP Modulations. We get the skinny on his musical beginnings away from the spotlight...

30 seconds interview: Siobhan Wilson

We hear from the Scottish chanteuse who's been chosen to open the Green Man Festival 2017. In possession of one of the purest new voices around, you need to know her new LP...

30 seconds interview: H. Grimace

London-based, Anglo-Australian quartet H. Grimace serve up an exhilarating slice of post-punk tinged rock that is as artfully restrained as it is raw and impassioned.

30 seconds interview: Le Son

It’s not every day your debut gets picked up by media powerhouse Oprah Winfrey, but that’s exactly what happened to electronic duo LE SON. We caught up with the pair…

30 seconds interview: Laucan

Laucan (real name Laurence Galpin) is responsible for one of the most dreamy debut albums of the year so far. We learn more ahead of the launch party next week...

30 seconds interview: Gallery Circus

If massive riffs and killer choruses are your jam, then Geordie twin-set Gallery Circus are bound to tickle your ears. Don't miss the new EP, Chi-Town Dogs, out this week via Killing Moon...

30 seconds interview: Kerri Watt

Smooth-as-honey vocals and a timeless, honest sound: we grab 30 seconds to chat everything from the Spice Girls to Starbucks eavesdropping with the singer-songwriter.