We chat with Belgian-Egyptian songwriter Tamino about the importance of lyrics, growing up in a family of creatives and his upcoming album.
Miya Folick's synth-pop single ‘Stock Image’ is the kind of punch-your-fists-in-the-air song as you gear up to take on the day.
Prepare for the smoothest of soul and R&B vibes right now, as JMSN shuts down the bullshit in new single ‘Talk Is Cheap’.
Underground supergroup Pregoblin invite you into their wonky universe with a colourful live clip of 'Love Letters' filmed at the iconic Brixton Windmill.
The Rhythm Method's new football anthem is an optimistic ode to England's chances at winning the World Cup.
Welsh noise-makers Estrons tackle ingrained stereotypes on their explosive new single 'Lilac'.
The final single from Melody's Echo Chamber's highly-anticipated second album Bon Voyage is both complex and utterly intoxicating.
Menace Beach make a triumphant return with a driving new track that features ex-member of The Fall: Brix Smith.
'Year Of Self' is the debut track from Los Angeles outfit TALK TIME, who channel their love for catchy, yet experimental pop and West Coast sensibilities into this warm indie single.
Sensational pub rock five-piece Hotel Lux tell us all about their favourite emerging bands.
Catch the film we made of our amazing weekend in Brighton at The Great Escape!
While down in Brighton, we spoke with Bully frontwoman Alicia Bognanno about about their current world tour, Mclusky covers and opportunistic British seagulls #TGE18.
While down in Brighton, we spoke to our favourite indie-punk bunch, Dama Scout, about future plans, festival stories and watching re-runs of The Royal Wedding #TGE18.
While down in Brighton, we spoke with Louis Price and Robbie Reid of London-based day-dreamers Swimming Tapes about au naturel swimming, the incredible response to their debut single and their favourite emerging artists #TGE18.
While down in Brighton, we spoke with hazy indie-pop five-piece Saltwater Sun about their weekend so far, inconvenient injuries and teenage memories of the Reading festival #TGE18.
While down in Brighton, we spoke with rising Northern Irish singer-songwriter Naomi Hamilton aka Jealous of the Birds about her upcoming EP, seaside junk food and reimagining old songs with her new band #TGE18.
While down in Brighton, we spoke with London-based shoegazers Wyldest about the Hand In Hive collective, up-and-coming female musicians and the similar vibes of SXSW and The Great Escape #TGE18.