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Interview: Menace Beach

'Be stubborn and vague, and don’t pay attention to what anyone else is doing': Menace Beach's Ryan Needham on the band's sonic recipe and how they cooked up their ace new LP.

Interview: Gently Tender

Meet Gently Tender, a reluctantly proclaimed indie-supergroup full of scrappy melancholy and psychedelic sensibilities from the ashes of Palma Violets.

Interview: Jules Buckley

'I like to be the underdog': Berlin-based musical polymath Jules Buckley on his leftfield New York-inspired Prom and why he's happy to be an outsider...

Interview: Ruby Savage

'People are getting bored of soulless computer sounds - they want real life experiences and solid musicianship' Brownswood Recordings' Ruby Savage on where it's at in 2018...

Interview: Novo Amor

Cardiff acoustic ace Ali Lacey, aka Novo Amor, on the making of his debut LP Birthplace, and why he’s teaming up with environmental charities to limit the impact of his upcoming tour…

Interview: Warmduscher

'Our old shows were pretty crazy and we’d be fighting or vomiting... Things are different now... We don't want to seem like assholes!' Funked-up post-punks Warmduscher on mastering the stage...

Interview: Robocobra Quartet

We caught up with sprawling jazz ensemble Robocobra Quartet - one of the most eclectic, unhinged and boisterous acts in the jazz world right now.

Interview: Cult Party

Cult Party are a Manchester outfit melding soaring acoustics and pastoral folk into a stark musical template. Ahead of the release of their ace sophomore LP, we get the skinny...

Interview: Church Andrews

'Most music we are used to hearing is in the standard Western 12-note tuning, so it’s exciting to discover new harmonies': electronic wizz Church Andrews on his syncopated sound...

Interview: Fatherson

Ahead of a sold out show on a 30 degree day in Edinburgh, we caught up with Kilmarnocks finest musical export, Fatherson.