Skunkhour’s bassist Dean Sutherland drops in to reminisce their second album and rap about what’s brought them together for their one-night-only set.
Parcels’ Noah Hill and Louie Swain, bound up in a Berlin bar, reveal how moving to Berlin and recording in Paris for their new EP has changed the way in which they record.Read more "PARCELS – Packaging Themselves In A New, European Way"
Through his career, Ned East has found that the constant evolution of his soundscape has been the key to staying on-Kilter.Read more "KILTER – An On-Kilter Journey Of Progression"
Returned from an American hiatus, Spit Syndicate’s Jimmy Nice chats to Rip Nicholson about exciting times ahead after having trimmed the fat for their next album.Read more "SPIT SYNDICATE – Stealing Pizza From Bob Dylan And Getting Into Rapper Mode"
From time spent in a psych ward to “unwarranted attention from police”, Rates raps about his life “which has really been a roller coaster”.Read more "RATES – Why He Never Wants To Revisit The ‘Nightmare’ trilogy"
Tim Levinson aka Urthboy waxes with Rip Nicholson about the progressing from the academic to the emotional.Read more "Urthboy – On The Magic Of Performing, Rappers And Letting Go Of The Ego"
Ivan Ooze is a rapper driving his own lane, turnt up with a heightened sense of confidence after being encouraged by the biggest hip hop act the world has ever known.Read more "IVAN OOZE – Spinning Something Different, Just Like KFC In ’93"