In this feature we discuss our favourite performances from End of the Road Festival 2019, including: Kokoko!, Squid, Black Midi, Cate Le Bon and many more.
Gabriel Black brings more of his signature illustrations and dogmatically optimistic songwriting together in new single ‘Blue Skies’.
Canadian outfit Chiiild fills in another gap of their forthcoming Synthetic Soul EP with off-kilter dreamer ‘Back To Life’, featuring Zimbabwean artist Shungudzo.
Prized from his gem of a debut album, we take a look at opening track 'Shadowshow' - both an intimate and expansive introduction to a long anticipated body of work.
'Taking', the mid album track from Lo-fi songwriter (Sandy) Alex G's freshest album 'House of Sugar', places you in a psychedelic landscape through child's eyes.
Experimental hip hop artist KEYAH/BLU drops new single alongside video, displaying London life and friendship.
AMA considers new love on her boundary-pushing EP track 'Cluttered Mind'.
Dirty Nice's latest track, ‘Love U Like A Human’, is a polished piece of indie pop with a mature grasp of modern songwriting.
‘Bad Idea’ is the latest track from Girl In Red, an enigmatic upcoming singer songwriter from Norway.
We discuss I CAN'T EVEN SPEAK ENGLISH, the landmark debut record from London-via-Bologna alternative band Husky Loops.
We caught up Somalian-born superstar-in-the-making Amaal as she treats us to her ultimate 'feel good music' playlist.
We caught up with London's very own camouflaged Krautrockers Snapped Ankles to discuss their brilliant second album 'Stunning Luxury' and to find out more about the band behind the masks.
Alongside the release of their debut Talking In Circles EP, we caught up with noisy, experimental indie rockers Mosa Wild.
Having announced their third album 'Emerald Classics', we chat with Austin Williams of established indie dreamers Swim Deep about his favourite new emerging acts.
This time, we chat with psych-pop songwriter Chelou.
This time we spoke to explorative electronic producer, songwriter and singer Hôy la.
We caught up with rising post-punk purveyors The Murder Capital to discuss trauma, drumming styles and working with Flood on their forthcoming debut album 'When I Have Fears'.