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LIFE ‘In The Studio’ interview at DIY

LIFE are stepping into phase two in the best position of their careers.

Drahla at Dork


Drahla interviewed at Dork

We’re hoping to do an exhibition this summer of all the artwork and videos created for the releases so far.
— Luciel in Dork

Ratso at Glass Magazine


Ratso interviewed at Glass Magazine

His album Stubborn Heart is a solemn, at times bizarre cocktail of styles and influences that come together to make something that really shouldn’t work, but does.
— Glass Magazine

Glen Hansard at The Telegraph

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Glen Hansard interviewed in The Telegraph

Glen Hansard is an Irish singer-songwriter held in high regard by the greatest singer-songwriters in the world.
— The Telegraph

Theon Cross at Rolling Stone


Theon Cross interviewed at Rolling Stone.

Working in buzzy groups like Sons of Kemet and with his own lean, commanding trio, the Londoner is putting the focus back on the low end.
— Rolling Stone

Crows at NME


Crows interviewed at NME.

Crows’ long-awaited debut album drags them out of the darkness.

Paul Smith at NME

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Paul Smith interview at NME.

In Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?!, we quiz a grizzled artist on their own career to see how much they can remember – and find out if the booze, loud music and/or tour sweeties has knocked the knowledge out of them. This week: Maxïmo Park frontman Paul Smith.

Lene Lovich at BBC Radio 6 Music


Lene Lovich interview with Marc Riley on BBC Radio 6 Music.

She first gained attention in 1979 with the release of her hit single “Lucky Number”, which peaked at number 3 on the UK Singles Chart and made her a leading figure of the new wave music scene...
— BBC Radio 6 Music



IDLES talk about the Brit Award Nomination and more at NME.

IDLES frontman Joe Talbot has spoken of the “magical” and “fucking stunning” surprise of being nominated for a BRIT Award, as well as progress on their upcoming third album.

Fontaines DC at DIY


Fontaines DC interview in ‘Class of 2019’ at DIY.

Dublin’s voice is rising this year, with a host of bands giving the Irish capital a new reputation for breathtaking, important guitar music. Leading the pack are Fontaines DC.



YOWL interview in ‘Class of 2019’ at DIY.

Spinning surreal, twisted tales with a sneakily melodic centre, YOWL are breaking out of their South London beginnings into a realm that’s entirely their own.

Imperial Daze at M Magazine


Imperial Daze interview at M Magazine.

Polyphonic analogue synths, cowboy guitars and proto-funk – it’s all fair game for Peckham pacemakers Imperial Daze.
— M Magazine

Fontaines DC at NME


Fontaines DC interview and feature at NME.

Fontaines D.C. are the surrealist punks soundtracking an anxious generation.

IDLES interview at Music Radar


IDLES interview at Music Radar.

After their strident 2017 debut, Brutalism, Idles have earned a reputation for trafficking in combustible angst, but they share a belief that reshaping anger via the weaponising of joy might just help us exorcise the demons that are pulling society apart.
— Music Radar

Placebo at Noisey


Placebo interview on ‘Without You I’m Nothing’ at Noisey.

We spoke to bassist Stefan Olsdal about intimacy, otherness and sticking to your convictions – all things that packed the album with enough gut punches to stand the test of two decades.
— Noisey

Fontaines DC at DIY


Fontaines DC interview at DIY.

These Dubliners are taking the pleasure and pain of their surroundings and turning it into ramshackle poetry.

Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam at NME


Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam at NME.

For World Mental Health Day, Sunshine Frisbee Laserbeam‘s Pete Dixon has penned an emotional essay for NME about masculinity and mental health, reflecting on his own past suicide attempt.

Estrons at Gigwise


Estrons - Tali Källström interview at Gigwise.

Under the title of You Say I’m Too Much, I Say You’re Not Enough, these tracks clock in at under thirty minutes long, careering through a smorgasbord of emotion in the tide of that heavy, recognisably-Estrons guitar and Tali’s tearing, emotional voice.
— Gigwise

Young Waters at Folk Radio


Young Waters interview at Folk Radio

Having recently reviewed their impressive and innovative self-titled debut album which is set to drop on 28th September, we managed to gather the members of Bristol-based band Young Waters together for a chat.
— Folk Radio

Foxing at DIY


Foxing interview at DIY

Ahead of releasing furious, lung-bursting new album ‘Nearer My God’, Foxing’s Conor Murphy is fighting the apocalypse.