Your favourite lux hotel has started a record label

W Hotel has launched it's very own label—W Records—with its debut release from Amber Mark.

Carmody comes through with a modern day rain dance in her new video

Carmody drops a graceful, choreographed video for her latest single Summer Rain.

Sugarcane bring a slice of South America to East London on Bethnal Green Blues

Sugarcane take us to Argentina, via East London on lovesick new single Bethnal Green Blues.

Twenty four hours on the road with Justice, Busy P and Ed Banger records

As they celebrate fifteen years, Ed Banger take us on a whirlwind trip from Paris to London.

“Africa has always been the ghostwriter of the world” – OKZharp and Manthe Ribane on their new album Closer Apart

South African duo OKZharp and Mantha Rebane have created one of the year's most intriguing debut albums, despite living thousands of miles apart.

DJ Koze wants dance music to have a sense of humour again

His new album Knock Knock is one of the best of the year. We meet DJ Koze to find out how he chooses his collaborators, why he wants to make a hip hop album and why techno is boring.

“We’re less afraid to lead with our hips and get a little groovy these days” – on their new album, Beyondless, Iceage are broadening their horizons

On the eve of their new album, Beyondless Iceage's frontman Elias Rønnenfelt chats to us about finding his groove, controlling the chaos and the next era of Iceage.

Naaz breaks down her debut EP Bits of Naaz

Dutch singer and producer Naaz gives us an in-depth track by track breakdown of her new EP Bits of Naaz.

Amen Dunes has finally found Freedom

On his new album Freedom, Amen Dunes embraces the poppier dimension of his sound and goes on a journey of self-exploration with help from the Yeah Yeah Yeah's Nick Zinner. We catch up with the New York singer-songwriter to find out more.