By: Katie Rice The Norwegian singer released his most recent album, Unsongs, just two weeks ago. However, Pål Moddi Knutsen, better known as Moddi, made it clear that this was more than just a record: it was a three-year long project. Prior to his career
27-year-old Aussie singer-songwriter Josef Salvat just released his first album, Night Swim, and soon sets off on tour, starting in the UK. I interviewed him shortly before his album release, and when I wondered about what to expect, he replied: ”Ask for the world, expect nothing.” I am however sure that Salvat’s talent will win him a bigger slice of the world than he’s prepared for.
Sia’s career is steeped in tenacity. She left labels, fired managers, and experimented with the dynamic of her sound over and over. Here is the voice of a woman who wont stop pushing for what she wants to achieve.
By Diana Lupica Carrie and Lowell – Sufjan Stevens Carrie and Lowell is music for the soul and it will both warm your heart and kill your senses. Titled after Stevens’ parents and clearly an ode to them, this album feels like a gift of
I’m one of four students waiting to interview to Seafret. My turn comes, and we sit down on the squishy squashy sofas with some beers. Time to get to know Jack and Harry!
On the cusp of stardom, the New-York based duo are on their European tour and they bring along with them eccentricity and prodigious tunes. I got the pleasure of having a chat with them before their show at Electric Brixton, London and we talked Beyoncé, success and their relationship with the fans.
by Jose Eduardo Freitas Pereira Nearly 10 years since their last album, The Ordinary Boys are back with the self titled ‘The Ordinary Boys’ album, this time around with Rory Atwal and MJ on production and Dan Lancaster for mixing. The band returns with
by James Rehman Wednesday night at the Sebright Arms was hit with a huge wave of ambient, experimental, progressive rock from Liverpool band The Vryll Society. Guitars were blaring with funky, wavy riffs accompanied with powerful, flowing drums that made one hell of a performance
by Ellie Duffield “Free NME??” insists the vendor at my tube station, as he waves copies at the swarms of commuters. For NME devotees, this is a sorry sight. Previously, readers had a sense of exclusivity: NME was for committed music fans.
by Ellie Duffield Once again, Manchester reinforces its status as the UK’s musical mecca. Delamere’s zingy “indie-electronica” is attracting attention, and refreshingly, they wear the “pop” badge with pride. I caught up with lead-singer James before their gig at The Black Heart, Camden. He