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Safety and solace. Echo Lake on turning chaos into creativity with new record ‘Era’.

Best Fit speaks to Thom Hill and Linda Jarvis of Echo Lake about their new album Era, and how they managed to continue after the death of band mate and friend Pete Hayes.

Polaroids with Courtney Barnett

As the Melbourne singer-songwriter's European tour hits the capital for two sell out shows, we catch up for some Impossible Polaroids.

Husbands, Cassavetes and Seventies Hollywood

Toronto's Chris A. Cummings - aka Marker Starling - talks about the influence of John Cassavetes' 1970 film Husbands on his work and song of the same title.

Gaz Coombes: “The creative process is an ongoing battle between self-doubt and confidence”

The former Supergrass man talks to Best Fit about the joys of being alone, and the creative process behind the making the record of his career so far.

Death Cab for Cutie: Mended with Gold

Death Cab for Cutie's eighth record, Kintsugi, is defined by its fractures. Ben Gibbard explains why it's important to celebrate them.

John Giddings on the Isle Of Wight Festival: “Characters keep the music business alive”

The industry veteran talks Spotify, altruism, and the brilliantly shit Sex Pistols.

Natalie Prass: “It’s hard for me not to write from a personal place”

Best Fit meets the incredible Natalie Prass, a singer currently taking SXSW by storm, finding out how she arrived at the heartbreaking songs that make up her incredible self-titled debut.

Idlewild: “It is easy to lose perspective when you’re playing Barrow-on-Furness on Tuesday night”

The Scottish alt. rock legends return to chat about their new album and tonight's London show.

Sentimental Lies and Death Bed Daydreams: Best Fit presents an Introduction to Michael Feuerstack

To celebrate the release of The Forgettable Truth, Best Fit has curated an introduction to Michael Feuerstack with assistance from Arcade Fire's Richard Reed Parry, Julie Doiron and The Luyas Jessie Stein amongst others

Krill: “The seven-minute rock song is back!”

We talk Boston, long songs, dogs and apple cores with Krill.

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