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Hurts: when sadness is easy

Materialising out of the darkness of their two previous albums, Hurts discuss finding the light with their third record Surrender and the intensity of their fans.

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.

Sonic architect Holly Herndon on bridging the gap between the cerebral and the danceable

The San Francisco-based composer, sound artist and researcher Holly Herndon talks about the cutting-edge craft on new album Platform.

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.

Manchester’s LoneLady on the isolated process behind second album Hinterland

Johnny Marr: “It’s always been the job of artists and creative people to blow the whistle”

Best Fit talks to a living legend and an absolute gentleman about evolution, politics, guitars and why we need a revolution.

FIDLAR: Change is the Theme

LA quartet FIDLAR talk to Jessica Goodman about the power of reinvention ahead of the release of new album Too.

The Go! Team: “This band has always been kind of like cutting my head open”

Having gone back to his roots by making the superb new record The Scene Between on his own, bandleader Ian Parton discusses the rocky road to album number four with Best Fit

PNKSLM Recordings: “If we fall in love with something it doesn’t really matter where it’s from”

Recovering from the aftermath of their second birthday celebrations, PNKSLM founder Luke Reilly speaks to Best Fit about working long-distance and world domination.

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