Continuing our "Women In Music" series, we spoke to MC, Presenter and Promoter: Peggy about her mission to promote the best up-and-coming new talent as well as plans to bring back a T4-style music show.
Leo Kalyan an artist who is unafraid of exploring different sounds in his music. When listening you are sent into a trance whilst being able to see what you hear. We were able to daydream with Leo as he spoke to us about life creating art.
As the title suggests, we spoke to two Baltimore-based artists: 7uca and JonyB about the trust they have in each other when creating music.
Time of The Month are a collective of 5 female musicians trying to encourage other women into music through discussions about what affects them as artists. In our first shoot for WFA, we managed to sit down with 4 of the 5 to discuss visibility in music as a woman and finding the balance with regards to Social Media.
Gearing up for her debut EP release later in the year, German singer-songwriter Ivohé recently dropped the first single from the project: “Night Sky”. Conceived from a poem, a fingerpicked guitar loop and the chance meeting of a lifelong friend, Ivohe’s ‘Night Sky’ amalgamates apprehension and daring amidst the innocence only familiar to the intensely sensitive. We’re happy to have sat down and spoken to her about her music.
Brighton-based rapper and producer, Bobbie Johnson talks to us about her 2016 release: “You & I” which touches on the identity of self and much much more.
What does it take to set up and successfully grow an independent label in 2019? Well, we took a deep dive with Tom Pickford, the man behind DeepMatter, to learn that a lot of what it takes is self-belief in your abilities to deliver.
In our first interview of 2019, we sat down with East London’s most introspective rapper: Lemzi as he spoke to us about his debut album: Leki.