With his new record 2020, the Newcastle songwriter is looking to the (close) future; a world of dead-end jobs, bigoted butchers and retractable extension leads.
With two albums and two film projects on the way, the Mael Brothers are proving that five decades into their careers the best may still be ahead of them.
On her latest record, the alt-country singer confronts the problems of her past, and takes her sound in a bold new direction.
The avant-pop artist has just released her first ever solo record, recorded on the remote and idyllic island of Elba.
The drum and bass pioneer open up about drugs, artistic recognition and his complex feelings towards Eric Clapton.
Frontman Joseph Mount reflects on his career, nostalgia, and learning to age in the music industry: ‘I'm trying to work out why I'm doing this, and who I'm doing it for.’
The former Smiths guitarist looks back on four decades in the business, and why he feels more fearless than ever.
In the ’90s, WHY? put Cincinnati on the rap map with a new breed of experimental hip hop. He looks back on what’s changed over the last two decades.
As one half of punk group Suicide, Martin Rev offered a voice to downtrodden, working-class Americans. But how much has changed since 1977?
The Buzzcocks guitarist reflects on the group’s indelible legacy: ‘I joined a punk band and was sniffing speed. The world fucking changed’
This week saw the tragic passing of Philippe Zdar, a much-loved visionary and pioneering force in French electronic music.
As he gears up for the release of his second solo album, the Orkney musician takes us on a tour of London’s Walthamstow Wetlands.