The Slow Club co-vocalist runs us through his five favourite antique guitar models.
Honor Titus writes about the influence of literature on his creative output - from Salinger to Sartre.
Marcus Pepperell, frontman of Thumpers, writes about his love of handwriting and why writing by hand is the most personal way to portray yourself artistically.
Art like drunkenness, can never achieve its own ideal, writes Jamie Lee from Money.
Kristian Bell, frontman of the Wytches, talks about the therapeutic, creative burst that cassette recording gives him, and how limitations can be a positive force for art.
The Canadian five piece talk from the heart about their approach to gigs.
With his Let It Go EP just released, the Hertfordshire born singer-songwriter writes about the influence of visual art on his life, and picks some of his favourite pieces.
The woman behind Broken Twin tells Best Fit about the creative woman who have inspired her.
Douglas Richards explains why he couldn't live if he couldn't surf, complete with photos of the band mid wave riding.
As he releases his first solo album for thirty one years, we hear from the former Everything But The Girl member about his favourite six string standouts.