Nils Frahm is navigating the modern world, one ambient masterpiece at a time

With its intricate melodies and complex textures Nils Frahm's new album All Melody demands your attention, Jazz Cowler meets the Berlin-based producer as he prepares to unleash a new sound on the world.

A New Kind of Pop Artist – This Year, MAAD’s Doing Things Her Way

Launching into 2018 with new single New Religion MAAD is changing what it means to be a pop star.

Behind the scenes of Losing Out with Ebony Frainteso, Simran Randhawa and more

We spend some time on set with Ebony Frainteso and the cast and crew of her new video for Losing Out.

Stronger Than Before: Prides on losing drummers, switching genres and maintaining their Mental Health

It’s been two years, but Prides are back with a new masterpiece. We catch up with one half of the duo, Stewart Brock, to find out what they’ve been up to.

I Got A Question: Dave is pushing the conversation further with his new single

Grime has been vital in channelling the anger of British youth, now Dave is using his unique take on British to push the conversation further.

Bright Zine: Meet the three creators behind London’s first vegan zine

Veganism is on the rise! As more and more of us are switching to a greener lifestyle, we talked to Laura, Tamsin, and Roxanne, the creators of Bright Zine, tackling and promoting vegan issues across beauty and fashion, food and wider culture.

Dream Wife are keeping London’s punk spirit alive

With all that's going on in the world, we're in need of some angry, angsty rock music so thank heavens for Dream Wife and their loud, unapologetic ways.

Meet JD. Reid, the producer uniting British rap’s past and present

JD. Reid's new EP features some of the best new MCs in the country as well as some surprise guests, we sit down with the producer to talk the future of British rap, taking grime to LA and producing for Mabel.

Mac DeMarco is not your man

There’s been a lot of talk about Mac DeMarco growing up. With a new album This Old Dog, a new home in LA and, according to the critics, a new sound, everyone wants to get to know the ‘new’ Mac DeMarco. The only problem is, he doesn’t exist.