We talked with Bryde, aka Sarah Howells, about her songwriting process, her label, and vulnerability.
“Rock’n’roll hit me in the face and it sounded like the thing that makes sense the most in the world.” – An interview with Danio Forni of Husky Loops
We chatted about the Italian music industry, their beginnings, and the story of their name.
“There’s a lot of criticism on the internet about everything so I try to ignore all of it” – An interview with Brian Sella of The Front Bottoms
The Front Bottoms’ Brian Sella talked with us about the next EP in the Grandma series and his lack of presence on social media.
The New York duo tell us about their unlikely friendship, what makes a perfect party, and percussive on-stage foliage.
Will Varley talked with us recently about his latest album, babies, and how he really likes watching TV.
“We are just normal people: we eat food, drink beer and play music” – An interview with James and Matt from Deaf Havana
We chat to James and Matt from Deaf Havana about their time off, their new album and much more.
Not only did we chat about their ongoing tour and upcoming album, but there was also some solid Muse, Stranger Things, and Abba fangirling.
“I must have known Mike about six years, probably only said a few sentences” – An Interview with Jack Williams and Josh Betteridge of Wild Front
Jack and Josh from Wild Front took some time pre-gig to talk with us about houmous, touring in Ireland, and Christopher Walken.
“How else are you going to start a band unless you start asking?” – An interview with Jules Jackson of The Big Moon
Jules from The Big Moon spoke with us during tour about forming the band, their Mercury Prize nomination, and New Music Friday.
Yonaka talked with us before their gig at The Loft with Anteros and Stereo Honey about houmous (mainly), and female fronted bands.
“You’ve got to know where the music is coming from to present something” – An Interview with Kris from New Kingston
New Kingston talked with us after their set supporting The Skints about their upbringing and the New York music scene.
Seán McGowan talked with us ahead of his biggest ever headline show at The Loft, Southampton and more.
Nadia Rose chats festivals, future plans, and a pinch of her feminist philosophy.
Professor J. Jones’ top tip for getting to your 9am? “Just don’t go to sleep!”