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In session: Rag N Bone Man

Rory Graham is Rag N Bone Man, a musical magpie mixing the mid-century blues of America’s Deep South with the grimey beats of 2016 hip-hop. Watch him live in action at PRS Presents...

Interview: Palace

Palace have been percolating at their own pace over the last two years, building a laidback indie sound that continues to grow and flourish. We learn about the making of their debut LP...

Interview: Clean Cut Kid

Liverpool’s Clean Cut Kid are one of the buzziest acts being bandied around by tastemakers - we delve into their roots and the ‘raw sexiness’ that brought them together…

Interview: Oscar

North Londoner Oscar is enjoying a stellar year, having just released the neon pop of debut LP Cut and Paste to widespread love. We unravel his creative process behind the record…

Interview: Boxed In

We catch up with Boxed In to learn about the making of the brand new album and find out what else 2016 has in store for the krautrock-loving, genre-bending electronic pop outfit.

Interview: Bossy Love

Amandah Wilkinson and John Baillie Jr are the musical masterminds behind Bossy Love, a Glasgow based pop-funk/lowdown-R&B double act. We learn more about their wayward new sound...

Interview: Toyah

Toyah has been a quirky tour de force in British culture since she found herself in the heart of London’s music scene as punk imploded in 1977. We get the low down...

Interview: This Is The Kit

Kate Stables is the creative lynchpin behind This is the Kit. We caught up with her at Glastonbury Festival to learn more about her collective's low-slung folk sound...

Interview: Izzy Bizu

We caught up with Izzy Bizu at Glastonbury 2016 to learn how she’s drawing on a love of Amy Winehouse, Tame Impala and Nao to inform her unique sound…

Interview: Slaves

We chew the fat at Glastonbury 2016 with Isaac Holman and Laurie Vincent, the militant vegan, fiercely left wing live wires behind Tunbridge Wells punk two-piece Slaves...