Interviews

#19 Women in Music: Laura Alluxe Escudé (Kanye West, Iggy Azalea)
Laura Alluxe Escudé is not a normal artist. Neither is she a normal sound engineer, a normal producer, or a normal violinist. She certainly isn't a n...more
Interview: Rachel Davies of Esben and the Witch talks Older Terrors and Berlin
“We’d been thinking about it for ages – for a couple of years, really,” says Rachel Davies of one-time Brighton based experimental rock trio, ...more
Interview: Kayla Painter anticipates Simple Things 2016
This weekend, Bristol is in for a special, albeit annual treat in the form of Simple Things 2016. Joining the line-up is locally loved ambient electro...more
Interview: Sorcha Richardson gets “Lost”
Having won us over with seminal r'n'b track "Petrol Station" back in December 2015, Sorcha Richardson has spent the past year burrowed away in the ...more
Interview: Lowell blows the bass on Paris YK
"I've been obsessively working on new music non-stop. That's all I'm doing. Nothing else." Lowell is nothing if not focused. Namesake and mainstay ...more
Interview: BC Camplight on the shit that comes with deportation
BC Camplight aren’t like a normal band. Fronted by Brian Christinzio, and from the US, they’ve been on a short festival run this past year with mo...more
#18 Women in Music: Fiona Stewart (Green Man Festival)
Fiona Stewart is keeping the festival industry on its toes. The festival organiser has gone from Big Chill to Green Man, putting her own stamp on the ...more
Interview: Lucy Dacus on being No Burden
Lucy Dacus is on the verge of something big. Her debut album No Burden is due for release next month through hailed independent label Matador Re...more
Interview: Johnny Foreigner discuss speedboats, cherry blossoms, and Brechtian alienation
Spiralled out across temp jobs and club nights, the galaxy that Johnny Foreigner inhabits has always been one of immuteable uncertainty. It's not unus...more
Interview: Amber Arcades on Fading Lines and Port Eliot
In April 2015, Dutch artist Annelotte De Graaf flew to New York alone to begin recording her debut album as Amber Arcades. The result, Fading Lines, i...more