In Tove Lo Veritas
April 24, 2014
Scandi-pop fever is set to strike again with the rise of Stockholm’s Tove Lo.
SOHN Is Now
April 7, 2014
Having recently returned from a stint in L.A. filled with intense writing sessions with the likes of SZA, Lorde, Mø, and Erik Hassle, SOHN checked in with Interview from his Austrian tour bus, before embarking on a mammoth headline tour around the world.
Broods, Thicker than Water
January 31, 2014
Broods’ debut single, “Bridges,” gained immediate favorable attention from music blogs, racking up nearly a half-million Soundcloud plays in a few months and garnering the siblings major-label representation in the US and the UK.
The First Layer of Ofei
January 28, 2014
With only a handful of shows to his name and no biography online, London singer, songwriter, and producer Ofei has been a tricky person to write about up until now. And until this one, he didn’t do interviews.
Max Marshall Presses On
November 25, 2013
Not only is her voice garnering comparisons to Lauryn Hill; an accomplished fashion design grad, Max Marshall also does her own hair, makeup, nails, styling, designing, produces on Garage Band, and can play all the instruments in a string quartet.
LOLO’s Not-So-Secret Weapon
November 5, 2013
LOLO is no stranger to the weird and wonderful world of entertainment. After a brief stint living with the Presley family in Los Angeles, she made a critically acclaimed debut in the Broadway rock musical Spring Awakening at just 18 years old. A debut album followed.
SZA in the Dawghouse
October 23, 2013
A couple of years ago, SZA was completing a degree in marine biology, with no aspiration of becoming a singer, because she “didn’t fit the stereotype. ” She describes the process of recording her first EP as “accidental.”
The Soul of John Newman
October 11, 2013
If the name John Newman doesn’t instantly ring a bell, his voice—that soul-laden voice—almost certainly will. He first appeared as the vocalist for electronic quartet, Rudimental, on their worldwide hit “Feel the Love”—a song that, for many, defined the summer of 2012 and was followed by another hit, “Not Giving In,” and a world tour.
The School of London Grammar
September 4, 2013
Comprised of vocalist Hannah Reid, guitarist Dan Rothman and multi-instrumentalist and producer Dot Major, London Grammar uploaded its debut track “Hey Now” to the Internet last December, without a press shot or blurb, and instantly found a cult following.