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‘Our fans are incredible’: An Interview with Of Mice and Men’s...

Ahead of their upcoming fifth album, Defy, out 19th January on Rise Records, vocalist and bassist Aaron Pauley from Of Mice and Men gives his...

In This Modern Land: An Interview with City Calm Down’s Jack...

Melbourne four-piece City Calm Down are preparing to release their 2018 sophomore record, two years since their debut album launched them into the musical...

An Interview With: YONAKA

Now touring on the release of their debut EP Heavy, Brighton four-piece YONAKA have been one of British alt-rocks’ most up-and-coming acts in late...

Goulash, Throat Singers & Canadian Contemporaries: An Interview with Weaves’ Jasmyn...

The latest gem in the treasure chest of Canadian indie bands, Weaves, have just released their highly anticipated second album Wide Open, just a...

Paper Hearts and Holograms: An Interview with Hunter and the Bear’s...

With the release of their latest album Paper Heart earlier this year, Hunter and the Bear have taken the UK by storm; from their...

A Fickle Game: An Interview with Amber Run’s Joe Keogh

For those of us lucky enough to be on board with Exeter’s live music scene, Amber Run managed to come over to our very...

It Isn’t Over Now: An Interview with Nick Mulvey

On a grey and dull Thursday afternoon, I had the opportunity to ring Nick Mulvey and have a bit of a chinwag about his new album. Not only did...

Hello Hello: An Interview with Fickle Friends

For Fickle Friends, the alternative pop band with an 80s edge, 2017 has been a packed year, from touring with The Kooks to performing...

There’s A Honey: An Interview with Pale Waves’ Heather Baron-Gracie

Hailed as ‘your newest indie-pop sensation’ by The Fader, Manchester’s latest indie offering Pale Waves were one of this year’s highly acclaimed performers on...

Sour Souls: An Interview with BADBADNOTGOOD

They've collaborated with Tyler the Creator, Ghostface Killah, and Snoop Dogg, produced for the likes of Kendrick Lamar, and continue to break new ground...