Interviews

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
Interview: Bishop Briggs on Scream, Wild Horses and Coldplay
Last week on hit Netflix series Scream, high school bitch Brooke Maddox lured her one-time fling and ex-teacher - the aptly (?) named Mr Branson - i...more
Interview: Billie Marten on antihistamines and alpacas
Billie Marten is having the time of her life. Having been nominated for the BBC Sound of 2016 long list in January, she quickly signed to Chess Clu...more
Interview: heavenly riffs with Band of Skulls
Band of Skulls are on high form. Looking forward to the first of many headline festival slots this summer, the Southampton trio sit backstage at Liver...more
Interview: Esper Scout and Finding Inspiration in Female Artists
It's pretty common for bands to give themselves off-the-wall names. The weirder the name, the more memorable the band. It's more unusual for that name...more