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In session: Rozi Plain

Woozy songwriter Rozi Plain has been delighting and bewitching audiences with latest LP Friend hailed as her best yet. Watch her live at PRS for Music Foundation’s Momentum Music Showcase…

Interview: Iain Archer

Songwriter, artist and producer Iain Archer shares his tips for creating award-winning songs and reveals the artists who’ve inspired him along the way…

In session: NZCA Lines

NZCA Lines is London synth-pop auteur Michael Lovett - purveyor of Two Hearts, one of the year's biggest ear worms so far. Watch him live at the PRS for Music Foundation Momentum Showcase...

Interview: Snakehips

Snappy R&B duo Snakehips ponder their crazy year, which has culminated in them winning the coveted Best Contemporary Song Award at the Ivor Novello Awards 2016...

Interview: Wayne Hector

We chat to multi-million-selling songwriter Wayne Hector on The Ivors red carpet to learn about the producer's role in the 21st century pop sound and why he'd love to work with Stevie Wonder…

In session: Jealous of the Birds

Jealous of the Birds is the alter ego of multi-instrumentalist and singer songwriter Naomi Hamilton. Get to know her homespun electronic folk live at the last PRS for Music Presents Belfast showcase...

In session: The Clameens

Derry-based indie rockers The Clameens are one of the city’s brightest young musical hopes, making spritely guitar music. Watch the band perform What’s the Difference? from the recent PRS Presents gig…

Interview: Brand New Heavies

‘We know exactly what we need and what we don’t’ - UK soul phenomena the Brand New Heavies on a DIY approach to their music and why 2016 is their busiest year yet…

Interview: Soweto Kinch

Award-winning alto-saxophonist and MC Soweto Kinch chats about what’s keeping him busy, his favourite new artists and the increasing role of digital technology in the jazz world.

Interview: Cerys Matthews

Cerys Matthews shares her thoughts on the state of UK jazz, her love for many musical flavours and her commitment to bringing new sounds to the radio...