Nadine Shah discusses her cliff-top upbringing, teenage years spent as a jazz singer and her special brand of ‘rude’ tour merchandising.
“I want a reaction – to be loved or hated with no in between.” Former Christian AIDS frontman Phill Young talks to John Freeman about his new project Moses Gold.
Best Fit meet up with the mysterious NO CEREMONY/// to hear how the secretive Manchester outfit simply ‘want to focus on the music’ and just how they got Joey Santiago of Pixies to play guitar on one of their songs.
John Freeman chats to Milk Maid’s Martin Cohen about a triumphant new album, Mostly No, and just why it so hard to keep hold of band members.
Self-confessed “socialist, pacifist feminist”, Laura Kidd talks about the motivations behind her She Makes War project.
Japandroids discuss how “every minute of every song was going to be as intense as we could have possibly made it.”
He’s the drummer with The Concretes and a purveyor of the finest blend of soul-pop. We meet him in Brighton to discuss the relative merits of Michael Jackson, Bob Marley and Zlatan Ibrahimović.
John Freeman meets up with Alex Scally and Victoria Legrand of Beach House to find out why the making of their sumptuous new album, Bloom, turned them into murderous vigilantes.
Hannah Cohen is a singer-songwriter and model-turned-photographer. She loves football and is about to release one of the most beautiful debuts albums of 2012. The Line of Best Fit catches up with multi-talented San Franciscan.
PINS make noisy, textured pop, mixing Hole, The Jesus and Mary Chain and Beach House into a thrilling concoction. In their very first interview John Freeman finds a band that could become very special, very quickly.
Teen pop sensation-turned-model tries to forge a solo career. Wait. Come back. Faye Hamlin’s debut single, ‘Come To Me’, is actually stunningly good. Best Fit talks to the woman behind the reinvention.
The Line of Best Fit talks to Frankie Rose about the making of her brilliant new album, Interstellar, the Mexican obsession with Morrissey and why Bon Iver has it easier than Lana Del Rey.
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