Interview

In Conversation: glue70

Producing for over a decade and with an art collective come record label firmly under the belt, this year will see the Mancunian artist glue70 venture to pastures new. Having already appeared this year on Majestic Casual’s compilation, lo-fi_house.zip, the producer has a full-length LP set to be released via the channel in the coming months. We caught …

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In Conversation: Vanbur

Having met six years ago working in adjacent studios, London based composers and multi-instrumentalists Jessica Jones and Tim Morrish have recently started recording together as Vanbur. Known for their scoring work in TV and film, the duo’s venture down a different musical avenue has seen them produce cinematic and dreamy synth pop tracks featuring beautiful …

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In Conversation: Sunda Arc

Springing from Nick and Jordan Smart’s (Mammal Hands) desire to experiment with sound design and blur the line between the worlds of acoustic and electronic music, Sunda Arc’s sound is probing, compelling and full of vivacity. Set to be released on February 7th, their LP, Tides, successfully bridges a gap between two seemingly antithetical ideas, …

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In Conversation: Vzion

“When I started making music I initially set out to not to be genre-specific, something I learnt from TEED in an interview”, says Manchester-based producer Vzion, who’s been busy catching the eye of the likes of Acid Stag and Crazy P over the past year. With three releases already lined up for 2020, we thought …

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In Conversation: Peakes

Molly Puckering, Maxwell Shirley and Pete Redshaw have certainly had a busy year. All talented artists in their own right, the Leeds-based trio come together to form glossy alt-pop band Peakes, who’ve been filling their calendar over the summer with outstanding sets at Last Train Home and Live at Leeds. Released back in April, their …

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