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When Jason Aalon Butler started his current band, the rap-metalcore group FEVER 333, he decided he would release their music through his own label. “I was arrogantly banking on the success of my band early on,” he laughed. “But...
Hi VEPS! How are you today Hey! We’re pretty good! Tell us a fact about each of you: Fun fact! June (bass) grows plants in her bedroom. Helena (keys/vocals) reads an extreme amount of books. Maja (drums) had never touched a drumset...
“My phone was buzzing uncontrollably. I kid you not, if I had left it on a table, it would have fallen off.” Like bolts of lightning, you’re never quite sure when or where viral success will strike. For 20-year-old Sarah...
“I am in my own lane. I do not care. I do not care. I’m in my own lane,” is what daine tells herself in the mirror every morning: a deflective charm against the perils of giving a fuck....
Last year, Aziya Aldridge-Moore built a Moog synthesiser from scratch in one afternoon: “That was fun! I had too many hours of downtime,” she laughs, adding that she managed to do it while watching Spirited Away. It’s that DIY...
Mia Berrin is explaining the concept behind her debut album ‘Death Of A Cheerleader’, a cinematic coming of age tale, loaded with high school references and wrapped up in a punk blanket. “I think feeling misunderstood is the worst...
Greentea Peng Greentea Peng's debut album is as eclectic as the person behind it. As she prepares to release the psychedelic grooves of 'Man Made', she chats to Leonie Cooper about goat-rearing, truth-telling and why being one of the herd...
St. Vincent Sleazy, gritty, grimy – these are the words used to describe the latest iteration of St. Vincent, Annie Clark's alter ego. As she teases the release of her upcoming new album, 'Daddy's Home', Eve Barlow finds out who's...
Detroit native Chloe Moriondo's new album is here and she's got a badass new shaved head to mark the occasion. Much to the delight of her three million YouTube followers, The 18-year-old dropped 'Blood Bunny' last night: an emo-pop...
Raheaven might be laughing contemplating any backlash her lyrical candour could provoke, but really she’s only semi-joking. Blame it on her Leo blood or on an instinct to lead that’s been ingrained since childhood, but the north London singer-songwriter...