Childhood | Full Interview

It's Childhood's first headline tour and tonight marks the Bristol date with support from Towns. We're slouched upon the upstairs sofa of Exchange supping room temperature lager, making sense of how they're coming to terms with touring alone.

Cursor Major | Full Interview

Cursor Major’s refreshing, dada-esque approach has impressed us all. Garnering many accolades off the back of their tangential debut EP, ‘Interloper’, it’s my pleasure to talk to frontman Andy Norton about daydreaming your way to success.

St Vincent | Full Interview

Annie Clark — better known as St Vincent — has managed to play out her glittering five-album career with grace, an ever-developing and always absorbing artistic voice and, most of all, without compromise.

Goan Dogs | Full Interview

Despite creating a lot of buzz with their ‘20 Minutes From The Border’ EP, desert-infused leftfield...

Blood Red Shoes | Interview

With a forth album firmly behind them and a tour directly in front, we shared a few words with Blood Red Shoes drummer Steven Ansell, highlighting the positive spell for guitar music and their time spent recording in Berlin.

The Jezabels | Interview

The Jezabels storm Europe with their 'The Brink' tour.

Wild Beasts | Full Interview

It’s a real pleasure to have BLM favourites Wild Beasts within our pages this month, as staff writer Rhys Buchanan speaks with drummer Chris Talbot ahead of their Bristol show this month.

Pylo | Full Interview

Pylo create one magnificent sound, and since the last release they’ve gone somewhat feral. Having spent their time in the rolling rural hills that hug our corner of the UK, the result is something of great beauty - ‘The Woman EP’, out this month.

We Are Scientists | Full Interview

"We did a two-man presentation once, we were on tour and during the daytimes we were going to Universities and giving fake motivational speeches." We chat with Keith of New York double act We Are Scientists ahead of their upcoming Bristol show.

Drenge | Interview

What a mad year 2013 was for Drenge. Glastonbury, Jools Holland, touring with Peace and gaining widespread acclaim for their self-titled debut album. Our Rhys Buchanan caught up with Rory, one of the two Loveless brothers that make up this mighty two-piece.

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