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Q&A: House Of Black Lanterns
Q&A: House Of Black Lanterns

9 May 2013

Dylan Richards, who has previously released music under the names of King Cannibal and Zilla for labels including Ninja Tune and Warp, last...

Playlist: Husky Rescue
Playlist: Husky Rescue

6 December 2012

Originally formed a decade ago by Marko Nyberg, Finnish indie electronic outfit Husky Rescue underwent a major reorganisation after they completed touring last...

Q&A: The Hundred In The Hands
Q&A: The Hundred In The Hands

6 June 2012

Eleanore Everdell and Jason Friedman formed The Hundred In The Hands in 2008 as a side project to Friedman’s main band The Boggs,...

Playlist: Here We Go Magic
Playlist: Here We Go Magic

3 May 2012

Originally a solo side project for singer-songwriter Luke Temple, providing an outlet for songs radically different to his work under his own name,...

Q&A: High Contrast
Q&A: High Contrast

15 February 2012

High Contrast, aka producer Lincoln Barrett, has been a leading light of drum n bass for more than a decade now, signing to...

Q&A: Hyde & Beast
Q&A: Hyde & Beast

12 August 2011

Having first met as cohorts of Sunderland's tight-knit music scene, The Futureheads' drummer Dave Hyde and ex-Golden Virgins sticksman Neil Bassett came together...

Q&A: Hurray For The Riff Raff
Q&A: Hurray For The Riff Raff

17 May 2011

CMU Approved Hurray For The Riff Raff formed in 2007 around frontwoman Alynda Lee Segarra, who ran away from her home in the...

Q&A: Hiatus
Q&A: Hiatus

13 April 2011

Born in Iran, London-based producer Hiatus self-released his first LP 'Ghost Notes' last year via Lucky Thunder. The well-received album demonstrated a deftness...

Q&A: Her Name Is Calla
Q&A: Her Name Is Calla

22 March 2011

Yorkshire quintet Her Name Is Calla began releasing material in 2004, putting out several singles and demos which culminated in six-track EP 'The...

Q&A: Harrys Gym
Q&A: Harrys Gym

1 February 2011

Norwegian dream-pop quartet Harrys Gym formed in 2006 amidst the wintery fjords of Oslo, naming themselves after a deserted fitness centre. So far,...

Q&A: The Hundred In The Hands
Q&A: The Hundred In The Hands

28 October 2010

Following a tour with their former band, The Boggs, in 2007, Jason Friedman and Eleanore Everdell decided to get together and play some...

Q&A: Hazel Mills
Q&A: Hazel Mills

25 August 2010

Former student of the classical avant-garde and member of Andy Mackay of Roxy Music's side project, Andy Mackay & The Metaphors, Hazel Mills...

Q&A: Housse De Racket
Q&A: Housse De Racket

6 August 2010

With a sound described as "soul-fused electro funkpop", and fans in the form of Kanye West, Alex Metric, Metronomy and The Rapture, French...

Q&A: High Frequency Bandwidth
Q&A: High Frequency Bandwidth

7 July 2010

High Frequency Bandwidth is the new "electrocosmic hip hop" project from The Orb's Alex Paterson and acclaimed producer/remixer/engineer Dom Beken, who previously collaborated...

Playlist: The Hundred In The Hands
Playlist: The Hundred In The Hands

3 July 2010

Following a tour with their former band, The Boggs, in 2007, Jason Friedman and Eleanore Everdell decided to get together and play some...

Q&A: Here We Go Magic
Q&A: Here We Go Magic

24 June 2010

Originally a solo side-project for folk singer Luke Temple, Here We Go Magic expanded into a fully fledged band following the release of...

Q&A: Hidden Cameras
Q&A: Hidden Cameras

17 March 2010

The Hidden Cameras are a Canadian indie-pop band. Fronted by singer-songwriter Joel Gibb, they have a varying roster of musicians who play what...

Q&A: Husky Rescue
Q&A: Husky Rescue

7 January 2010

Formed by Marko Nyberg in 2002, initially as a solo project, Finnish ambient pop band Husky Rescue has since grown into an acclaimed...

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Q&A: The Heavy

28 August 2009

After hearing The Heavy and their sound, which kicks blues, garage punk and rock n roll at each other, it's hard to believe...

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