All We Are – Interview / Tramlines Festival

The crisp drums and bright guitar tones on your self-titled debut album create a really clean, clear and bold style of production. What exactly influenced this approach? “The crisp drums and bright guitar tones on your self-titled debut album create a really clean, clear and bold style of production. What exactly influenced this approach?” – Tramlines…

Jessy Lanza – Oh No / Clash Magazine

“‘i talk BB’ is another that bleeds personality, and one with such a forward-thinking attitude. After initially chugging along like some measured Jean-Michel Jarre expedition, it evolves rapidly into something more organic as Lanza’s naked falsetto dances across bare piano chords – convincing that her songwriting ability is no longer reliant on the husky reverb…

Ekkah – Interview / Tramlines Festival

‘Your previous group, ‘The Arcadian Kicks’, sounds resoundingly different to your latest; how did this grungy setup evolve into lush electro-funk? We were 15 when we started The Arcadian Kicks and it was relevant to the music we were listening to at the time but we grew out of it quite quickly once we discovered…

Coco – Interview / Tramlines Festival

The likes of Skepta, Novelist and Stormzy are all getting big festival slots this summer. Why do you think grime is finally gaining so much momentum? “I think grime has always had good momentum. The difference now is the media is catching up with what has been happening for time. Stormzy got a Top Ten…