Melody Lau

New Creative Expressions : The Line of Best Fit chats to Young Magic

"No money and no insurance, stolen gear, asshole border security, losing passports, beheadings on the beach", Young Magic talk to The Line of Best Fit about the wild ride that created their debut album Melt.

“I tend to get lost in my thoughts – probably much to a fault” : The Line of Best Fit speaks to Youth Lagoon

Youth Lagoon catches up with The Line of Best Fit to talk about the emotional processes that go into writing an album.

Black Cab Sessions celebrates 100 sessions, taking over the world one cab at a time

The Black Cab Sessions celebrate their 100th session with a trip Stateside and a special show on Channel 4. We catch up with founder Chris Pattinson to find out what has made the series so successful.

The Top 5 Performances from POP Montreal, 2011

Picking Arcade Fire, Grimes and tUnE - yArDs amongst others, The Line of Best Fit's Melody Lau gives us her top 5 performances from the tenth edition of POP Montreal - International Music Festival.

“In our search for perfection, we want to create something that is aurally exciting and will touch people’s hearts” : TLOBF talks to Ladytron

The Line of Best Fit catches up with Ladytron to find out about their latest release, Gravity The Seducer - "the most perfect work" they've created.

Austra – Lee’s Palace, Toronto 19/5/11

A devoted, sweaty crowd and electro-dance theatrics: Melody Lau finds sensual pleasure at Austra's hometown album launch show.

tUnE-YarDs – Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto 12/5/11

Merrill Garbus delivers a live show with genius and without restraint, where the audience are as integral to the performance as the instruments, writes Melody Lau.

James Blake – Lee’s Palace, Toronto 14/5/11

Pioneer of an entire musical movement or "Piano Man for the digital generation”? Melody Lau checks out golden boy James Blake live in Toronto

Creep On: In conversation with Timber Timbre

Melody Lau talks to Timber Timbre's Taylor Kirk about the making of their latest critically acclaimed album 'Creep On Creepin' On': "(It was) very heavy, dark time."