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Interview: Seth Troxler

When you interview musicians on a fairly regular basis, they divide pretty much neatly into two categories: the ones who say ‘I just love making music’ and the ones that have a lot more to say about their chosen form of expression. Look up Seth Troxler, and you’ll quickly realise



Moodboard: Years & Years

Don’t you just love it when you hear new music and it just clicks for you; automatic sonic cohesion and a happy ear. For me that moment has just come with Years & Years, the electronic pop three-piece hailing from London. Comprised of frontman and keyboardist, Olly Alexander, bassist



Introducing: Wayward

About halfway through our chat with Leeds-via-London production duo Wayward, the pair – when asked about an apparent increasing sense of soul in their music – tell us how they’re “just trying to make music that creates an atmosphere; that’s the over-arching theme rather than any influence of genre.”



Guest Playlist: Myron & E

With their recent debut album, Broadway, coming across as one of the most authentically soulful records we’ve heard in years, we just had to delve into the record collection of California-via-New Jersey duo, Myron & E. Here, the two-piece – made up of Myron Glasper and Eric Cooke



Album Review: Treetop Flyers – The Mountain Moves

With their debut single ‘Things Will Change’ – released in early April – Treetop Flyers had already set the pace for their forthcoming debut album. The British five-piece chose to record The Mountain Moves in sunny Malibu, California and it certainly possesses a West Coast, 60s vintage rock …



Interview: Duke Dumont

Huw Oliver sits down with in-demand house producer and all-round top bloke Duke Dumont (alter-ego of London boy Adam Dyment) to chat about his astonishing For Club Play Only releases, the future of house music and the propitious new wave of Radio 1 A-listers.

Until this year, you’d released very



BOTW Interview: AlunaGeorge

We spoke to our BOTW, AlunaGeorge, about their massive online following, RnB vibez, and the importance of aesthetics. 

I genuinely have kept on listening to ‘You Know You Like It’ ever since it first came up on the internet like a year or two ago and you guys have



BOTW Interview: Othello Woolf

Our BOTW Othello Woolf has just released his debut LP to the world. Blogs everywhere have been praising everything from his wonderful pop songs to his dapper dress sense! We got our own chance to ask him a few questions about his journey thus far, and what it takes to …


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BOTW Interview: Junior Boys

If you didn’t know, our Band of the Week, Junior Boys, just released an amazing album, ‘It’s All True’. The album has Chinese influences as most of it was written during Jeremy Greenspan trip to Shanghai! The boys are now extremely busy on tour, lucky for us (and you) we