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Interviews

Laundromat On His 3 EPs Red, Green, And Blue

May 03, 2021

Meet Brighton based Toby Hayes aka Laundromat, who’s put out three critically acclaimed EPs since lockdown began. More

Sun June’s Laura Colwell on “Somewhere”

Apr 07, 2021 Web Exclusive

There are a million and one band formation stories, but it’s safe to say that none started quite like that of Austin’s self-labeled “regret pop” band Sun June. More

Allie Crow Buckley on Her Debut Album “Moonlit and Devious”

Mar 17, 2021 Web Exclusive

Allie Crow Buckley’s musical world is informed by travel. Born in San Francisco, Buckley moved to Venice, and then spent her formative years growing up in New Zealand. Then it was back to California, this time Malibu. More

Oceanator on “Things I Never Said”

Feb 24, 2021 Issue #67 - Phoebe Bridgers and Moses Sumney

Oceanator’s Elise Okusami can’t predict the future. More

Bleach Lab Discuss Their New EP, Lockdown, and Logistics

Feb 23, 2021

Meet Bleach Lab, one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from the UK of late. More

Porridge Radio on “Every Bad”

Feb 17, 2021

It’s Friday evening as a long week draws to an end and Porridge Radio singer/songwriter and guitarist Dana Margolin is in the middle of baking a cake. More

Children of the State discuss relocating to Manchester during lockdown

Jan 25, 2021 Children of the State

Manchester based five-piece Children of the State discuss relocating during the COVID-19 pandemic and how they’ve adapted as a band. More

Meet Chloe Rodgers

Jan 21, 2021 Web Exclusive

Meet Chloe Rodgers, the Nottingham-based singer/songwriter tipped for big things in 2021. More

Westerman on “Your Hero Is Not Dead”

Jan 20, 2021 Issue #67 - Phoebe Bridgers and Moses Sumney

Being discovered by the same reps who signed megastar Adele, being profiled by major publications as an artist to watch, and garnering critical acclaim for his debut album, Your Hero Is Not Dead, should all be points of pride for Will Westerman. More