Ten years ago, humanity received a strange broadcast from the far away past: 12 songs of psychedelic bubblegum pop decorated with cotton-candy guitar gloss, that told the story of Ceres – the white seal made of snow – and the girl Calypso who time-travel through the prehistoric period the Mesozoic era.
Beats Per Minute caught up via Zoom with Adam Mills, drummer of Portsmouth quartet Hallan, to talk about...
Our in-depth conversation with the Protomartyr vocalist about new album Formal Growth in the Desert as well as Westerns, romance, artificial intelligence and much more
Interview: Mandy, Indiana – “There’s always a dialogue between the songs and the way we record them, and the spaces we recorded them in”
On the release of their debut album, we have a long and wide-ranging conversation with Mandy, Indiana's vocalist Valentine Caulfield
Interview Núria Graham: “I tried to connect with the subconscious, the dreams and the signals in nature”
For a record that deals with grief and impending catastrophe, Núria Graham‘s latest album Cyclamen sounds peculiarly light-hearted,...
Black Belt Eagle Scout’s new album The Land, The Water, The Sky finds the artist reflecting on the way she’s reconnected with the terrain and the history of where she was raised. Rob Hakimian speaks to her about the musical and literal journey to this release.
Interview: Smut – “Sometimes you gotta throw things at the wall and just strip away until you have something cohesive”
We caught up with the Chicago-via-Cincinnati band about their new album How The Light Felt
Interview: Sophie Jamieson: “I wanted to accentuate the promise of new life, the inevitability of renewal and resilience of nature”
London-based songwriter Sophie Jamieson released her debut album Choosing last week, culminating years of hard work in which...
On the release day of their flamboyant new album Endure, New Orleans quartet Special Interest were in London...
Earlier this month, Oxford indie quartet Low Island released their latest album, Life in Miniature on their own label, Emotional Interference. Kristy Sawyer connected over Zoom with lead singer Carlos in his North London studio while the others chipped in over email, telling the story of its creation.