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Amyl and The Sniffers Whatever you think about Amyl & The Sniffers frontwoman, Amy Taylor, is likely all wrong. Leonie Cooper meets the Melbourne punk-rocker to talk reading, capitalism and why telling people what's what is really important. Photos: Andy Ford...
Nao’s speaking voice is like her singing voice. Entirely unique, it is gentle and kind yet emanates wisdom and soulfulness. Every word sounds like she is smiling while saying it.  Speaking from her home studio, a safe anchoring space where...
“I'm happy that life is getting back to normal again.” Ray BLK is reflecting contentedly on a busy weekend spent at her first festival appearance of the year. She’s fresh-faced and glowing, despite a late night at the studio,...
After a breakout career as the frontwoman of indie band Noisettes, and the release of her stunning debut solo album, ‘Too Bold’, last year, which saw her create a fusion of sounds based on traditional Zimbabwean music, personal lyrics,...
Jesse Jo Stark A musician, a fashion designer and an actor, as obsessed with old-Hollywood glamour as its sleazy underbelly – Jesse Jo Stark is the cowboy-boot wearing punk, making Americana sexy. Words: Cordelia Lam Photos: Sophia French Jesse Jo Stark talks...
“Ella Fitzgerald sings like a cello – it's incredible. As a cellist, that felt like home to me.”  When Laufey first heard Ella Fitzgerald, she couldn’t help falling in love. Here was a singer with the grand, soaring string arrangements...
Loyal admirers of Khruangbin, the three-piece band from Houston, Texas turned burgeoning global phenomenon following their 2015 release ‘The Universe Smiles Upon You,’ rarely agree on how to classify the band’s genre. This suits the outfit just fine, who...
It is gratifying and sort of beautiful to grow up with an artist. Alessia Cara made her start in music in 2015 at just over 18 years old, and already at that young age, she was preoccupied with the...
Creeper’s multi-instrumentalist Hannah Greenwood was on stage on the Saturday of Download Festival in a wedding dress. On Monday at 8:00 am, she was back to work as an administrator at a maternity ward. “It is a bit of a...
Lola Young is an open book and she likes it that way. The 20-year-old singer-songwriter from South London counts Joni Mitchell, Anderson .Paak, Prince and Alanis Morisette as some of her biggest inspirations – "'Blue' – I literally have...