Interviews

Over the past few years, Liverpool rockers The Mysterines have been perfecting their brand of riff-happy, groove-based indie belters, complete with a heavy dollop of punk attitude. They tick all the boxes for a successful rising act: they’ve previously...
Known for their gritty blend of dark synth rock and brooding lyrics, Pvris have a signature sound you can recognise almost anywhere. Littered with paranormal references and intricately metaphysical lyrics, the Massachusetts band have chiselled away at their sound...
A sugaregg is a confectioner’s Fabergé. If you’re lucky enough to hold one, delicately, in your palm, a glance inside its perfect shell will reveal a scene so ornate and timeless, it could be passed down for generations –...
For any aspiring alt-pop artist worth their salt, comparisons to Lorde are probably inevitable at some point. For Navvy - real name Phoebe Lee Jasper - that fate seems utterly inescapable, and not just because she shares a hometown...
You’d be forgiven for thinking The Lemon Twigs had landed straight from the seventies, emerging suited and booted from a glittery time machine. But they aren’t just stylish imitators. Though the duo – brothers Brian and Michael D’Addario –...
B E A B A D O O B E E As she prepares to release her debut album, Beabadoobee is determined to be an inspirational force but in making her own coming-of-age soundtrack, she’s had to dig deep into...
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...