With fellow South Londoner Katie Beswick, Kate Tempest discusses gender identity, her compulsion to tell a story and her love for her corner of the city.
Some big artists came back with strong albums this month, plus a few other, smaller gems.
Crapped on a bit. Played some songs by Oliver Coates, Alex Cameron and Nilufer Yanya – this is a new radio show from us here at Loud And Quiet.
London duo Christian Pinchbeck and Tessa Cavanna release their first track.
Natalie Mering completes our Getting To Know You questionnaire.
The duo’s debut album ‘Suppose’ is a beauty.
The Walkmen and ex-Vampire Weekend songwriters come together. It could have been hardcore, it could of been country, it’s ended up being “gorgeous, Christmasy, baroque pop.”
From Prey to New Young Pony Club, Bat For Lashes and Hot Chip, Sarah Jones has taken the long way round to releasing her own music.
Eva Moochlan’s tongue-in-cheek approach to DC post-punk seems to extend to her difficult interview technique.
The frontman with the Grantham duo revisits that pivotal teenage year for our Sweet 16 feature.
The former Veronica Falls drummer has put together his favourite songs by the legendary Scottish band, who saw it and responded with some kind words.
To some he’s still the ‘Flat Eric’ guy, but French producer Mr. Ozio’s fifth LP shows flashes of his peak.
A collection of slight, shy and slyly insistent garage pop songs from duo Jack Cooper and James Hoare.
Former members of Fiction (James Howard) and Drop Out Venus (Ursula Russell) deliver a shimmery, simple debut album.
Each month, in his column Anyone Can Play Guitar, Reef Younis asks the question: can film stars ever really make decent music?