Andrew Hannah

Gaining Momentum: searching for arts funding in the UK

We speak to Momentum Music Fund and some of the artists they've given grants to amid some of the worst cuts to arts funding in living memory.

Go(thenburg) West! Pet Shop Boys close out day two of Way Out West festival

Lauryn Hill and Pet Shop Boys are the stars of day two at Way Out West.

Day one of Way Out West in Gothenburg

The sun shines and artists make hay as the the Swedish festival kicks off day one of its ninth year

Deep under the streets of Copenhagen, Efterklang put on a purgatorial opera unlike any other

With the help of a cast of players and singers, Denmark's Efterklang give us the performance of a lifetime in a cold war nuclear bunker.

Festival Preview: Way Out West

We preview the Gothenburg-based festival and recommend some local acts you have to catch.

Gold Celeste will leave you blissfully eyes-closed on new cut “Open Your Eyes” [Premiere]

Watch and listen to the exclusive first taster from the Trondheim trio's forthcoming debut album

Annabel Allum is happy as a folk music outsider on her second EP Absent [Premiere]

Listen to the second EP from Guildford's finest young troubadour exclusively here at Best Fit.

Kathryn Joseph: Spilled blood and bones thrown

We speak to SAY Award winner Kathryn Joseph about the journey filled with peaks and potholes which led to her success.

“There should be more girls”: Lucy Rose on festivals, feminism and honesty in music

As her new record Like I Used To bursts into the top ten, Lucy Rose tells us why she's angry about the lack of female representation at festivals but happy about everything else.

Jenny Hval tells us about the making of her incredible new album Apocalypse, girl.

A record delving into gender, religion and sexuality through ambient, experimental, trip-hop, jazz and folk music, Norwegian artist Jenny Hval runs though the challenges and process behind Apocalypse, girl.

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