“I think it’s possible to express your inner musical visions using a lot of hardware.” Lindstrøm speaks to Lee Wakefield for October's magazine.
“We were making these really tough, mean, dark beats." Clipping. talk about their horror-laden rap with Kezia Cochrane for October's magazine.
Tom Koast from Durkle Disco tells us about all things beautifully Bristol for this month's 'In Bristol' feature.
"'No matter who you are or where you are, you can come down to my gigs and you won’t be judged.'” Amber-Ruth Watson interviews and previews Lady Nade.
We caught up with Bethany Stenning of Bristol-band Stanlæy to find out more about their new live album, the band, and what they're working on next.
It's rare that artists make the cover of BiS twice, but it's not often that you get artists like Vagabon either. She spoke to Stephanie Phillips.
Where do you go to when you're looking for new lyrics? Palindromes.com? You do if you're Girl Band. They talked about 'The Talkies' with Danny Wright.
Saving the world is a serious business in these curious times. How are MUNA trying to play their part in global salvation? Rachel Michela Finn enquires.
Jenny Hval has such boundless creativity that she seems ever-changing. No wonder there's a sense of 'otherness' that she discusses with Kezia Cochrane here.
Rob McGee of Hy Brasil talks fondly of Bristol and even more fondly of Hy Brasil itself, as we mark its final month in existence.