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Q&A: Julia Holter
Q&A: Julia Holter

13 August 2013

One of CMU's 2012 Artists Of The Year, Julia Holter returns next week with her first new album since signing to Domino Records...

Playlist: Jon Hopkins
Playlist: Jon Hopkins

12 June 2013

In recent years, prolific producer Jon Hopkins has worked with Brian Eno, Coldplay and King Creosote - earning a Mercury nomination for his...

Playlist: Josh Kumra
Playlist: Josh Kumra

18 April 2013

Singer-songwriter Josh Kumra releases his debut long player 'Good Things Come To Those Who Don't Wait' next week through Sony/RCA. Despite that title, Josh's...

Q&A: John Parish
Q&A: John Parish

10 April 2013

John Parish first emerged as the drummer in shortlived new wave band Thieves Like Us in 1980. After that band fell apart, he...

Q&A: The Joy Formidable
Q&A: The Joy Formidable

23 January 2013

Having made a name for themselves on both sides of the Atlantic with blistering live performances and their self-released debut EP, 'A Balloon...

Playlist: The Joy Formidable
Playlist: The Joy Formidable

11 October 2012

Having made a name for themselves on both sides of the Atlantic with blistering live performances and their self-released debut EP, 'A Balloon...

Q&A: Jens Lekman
Q&A: Jens Lekman

5 September 2012

Swedish singer-songwriter Jens Lekman began self-releasing music in 2000, and already had a considerable following by the time he signed to Service Records,...

Playlist: Jneiro Jarel
Playlist: Jneiro Jarel

23 August 2012

Hip hop producer Jneiro Jarel is known for his eclectic style, which has led him to collaborate with the likes of Damon Albarn,...

Playlist: Josephine
Playlist: Josephine

9 August 2012

Singer-songwriter Josephine Oniyama, or just Josephine to use her professional title, has been a favourite of CMU since we first heard her warm,...

Playlist: Japanese Voyeurs
Playlist: Japanese Voyeurs

22 July 2011

Formed in 2007, Japanese Voyeurs have risen up the rock ranks relatively rapidly (pause to enjoy that alliteration, there), they only released their...

Q&A: Jaymo & Andy George
Q&A: Jaymo & Andy George

16 June 2011

Hailing from Lincoln, enterprising DJs Jaymo & Andy George began spinning tunes and throwing hometown parties together under the Moda banner in 2006,...

Q&A: The Joy Formidable
Q&A: The Joy Formidable

5 April 2011

Original members Ritzy Bryan and Rhydian Dafydd formed rock trio The Joy Formidable in 2007, taking on Justin Stahley on drums prior to...

Q&A: John Foxx
Q&A: John Foxx

24 March 2011

Having enjoyed huge crossover success with seminal synth-pop outfit Ultravox, New Wave tastemaker John Foxx left the group in 1979 to pursue what...

Q&A: Jim Perkins
Q&A: Jim Perkins

27 January 2011

Composer, arranger and all-round neo-classical powerhouse Jim Perkins trained in composition and audio production before setting up his own label, Bigo & Twigetti,...

Q&A: Joan As Policewoman
Q&A: Joan As Policewoman

19 January 2011

From violin virtuoso to eclectic alt-rock heroine, Joan Wasser has proved herself to be everything but predictable. In recent years she has lent...

Q&A: Jodie Connor
Q&A: Jodie Connor

12 January 2011

2011 holds much in store for new Polydor signing Jodie Connor. With impressive grime-pop credentials (last year she notably lent her vocals to...

Q&A: Jimmy Eats World
Q&A: Jimmy Eats World

10 November 2010

Formed in 1993, Jimmy Eat World released their eponymous debut album the following year, though it was with their third (and second for...

Playlist: James Lavelle
Playlist: James Lavelle

16 October 2010

James Lavelle, I think it's reasonable to say now, is an icon of the British music industry. At just eighteen he founded the...

Q&A: James Blackshaw
Q&A: James Blackshaw

26 August 2010

Originally starting out in punk bands, James Blackshaw now primarily plays an acoustic twelve-string guitar and has been compared to the likes of...

Q&A: Jedward
Q&A: Jedward

21 July 2010

So, where to start? Collectively known as Jedward, twins John and Edward Grimes are an Irish pop duo who rose to fame after...

Q&A: Joe Worriker
Q&A: Joe Worriker

16 June 2010

At just 21, Essex-born singer-songwriter Joe Worricker's soulful vocals have already been compared to Arthur Russell, Antony Hegarty and even Amy Winehouse. Signed...

Q&A: Jaga Jazzist
Q&A: Jaga Jazzist

20 January 2010

Experimental jazz-rockers Jaga Jazzist were formed in Norway in 1994 by Martin Horntveth, who, together with his brother Lars, are the core of...

Q&A: Jonjo Feather
Q&A: Jonjo Feather

18 December 2009

Describing his sound as "other other pop", Jonjo Feather has managed to create timeless pop songs infused with a sense of the unusual....

Q&A: Jamie Cullum
Q&A: Jamie Cullum

13 November 2009

You know Jamie Cullum, right? He's that guy who plays the jazzed up pop (or is it popped up jazz?) that folks seem...

Q&A: Joshua Radin
Q&A: Joshua Radin

8 October 2009

From Cleveland via New York and LA, Joshua Radin released his debut album 'Simple Times' back in August. Starting out as a painter...

Q&A: Japandroids
Q&A: Japandroids

2 September 2009

Japandroids formed in 2006 when Brian King and David Prowse's musical messing around started to take more serious shape. Originally planning to find...

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