Interviews

According to a 2018 study conducted by the New York Times, musical taste in adulthood is shaped between the ages of 11 and 14 in women, and between 13 and 16 in men. Some might be mildly depressed at...
Since they formed in New York in the summer of 2018, MICHELLE have been releasing some of the best in sunny, summer anthems. Blending funk, dream pop and simmering jazz sounds, their debut album ‘Heatwave’ gave the collective a...
Listening to the treasure trove that is Madge’s music, you might think they're something of a pop magpie, collecting inspiration from a vast canyon of disparate records like shiny scraps and melding them together to make their own unique...
When it comes to music, Pillow Queens don’t like labels. “If you were to ask us like us 'what genre are you?' we wouldn't know. We like that we're able to change and make music as we go. If...
“Every day is like the same day, over and over again,” Conor Oberst half-mutters over Zoom, his soft voice wavering in the distinct way that’s familiar to anyone who’s ever listened to a Bright Eyes record. It feels like...
Leading with the stage name Nissi, Nissi Ogulu is a force to be reckoned with. Drawing on her experiences from life in Nigeria and London, the singer-songwriter is ready to share her music with the world.  As an upcoming artist,...
Willie J Healey's first album, ‘People And Their Dogs’, was released in 2017. What began as a discography of soft melodies and gentle lyrics turned into eccentrics on ‘666 Kill’, his leftfield EP about “weird things like planes going...
Recently, The Gender Disparity Report, a study conducted by music publicist and consultant Linda Coogan Byrne, found that over a 12 month period, Irish female musicians were played 90 percent less than their male counterparts – with four stations...
When Bella Latham, aka Baby Queen, moved to west London as a wide-eyed, excitable 18-year-old, she was on a particular mission: to reshape the pop-sphere as we know it. Within a week of living there, she had settled in...
A guide to their city by the Glaswegian goth-pop quartet.