Week 18 2018

Interview: Black Honey

'When you love what you do so much, it’s really easy to fight for it' - Black Honey's creative force Izzy B Phillips on her unwavering vision plus what's in store for the band's long-awaited debut...

Playlist: Pulled Apart By Horses

The Leeds quartet have been going hard with their noisy rock destruction for a decade now, wreaking havoc on stages with their mosh-pit anthems. Here, guitarist James selects a mighty playlist ahead of their Pit Parties show tonight (4 May).

30 seconds interview: Hey Charlie

The all-rocking trio are defiantly keeping guitar music alive and well in 2018, brimming with anthemic chorus', crashing drums and mosh-worthy guitars. Step this way to grunge-pop perfection...

Interview: Adam Stafford

Adam Stafford's ace new LP, Fire Behind the Curtain, reflects art-rock, ambient, drone, vocal experiments and electronica through a classical lens. We get the inside track...

Interview: Phaedra

'As audiences for classical music grow older and smaller, it’s vital that new generations of listeners are created' - Phaedra violinist Peter Granell on how experimental ensembles are keeping the genre alive...

Featured artist: Matt Maltese

The south London singer-songwriter has already generated huge amounts of buzz for his beautiful but bitter tales of life and romance. Step this way, fans of Father John Misty, Leonard Cohen and Richard Hawley...