21st Century Pop Music
- Unknown Mortal Orchestra interview: "I can always come back to the basement."
- Quick catch-up: Pure X
- Ghostpoet interview: "I mumble over quirky sounds. That's me in a nutshell."
- Profile: Getting to know Unknown to the Unknown
- Illum Sphere interview: "Money just goes, right?"
- Quick catch-up: Luke Abbott
- The Knife interview: "A new way of thinking."
- Doldrums interview: "Doldrums is like anti-Doldrums Doldrums."
- Quick catch-up: P Jam
- Mykki Blanco interview: "I'm basically just doing glam rock."
- Profile: The film-makers making music with brands and bands
- Deptford Goth interview: "A moment of clarity."
- Profile: The live visual artist dressing London's most on-it music spaces
- Quick catch-up: DJ Spoko
- Profile: The label boss who brings friends together
- Quick catch-up: Krystal Klear
- Maxmillion Dunbar interview: "Beauty in the super simple shit."
- Samoyed interview: "It’s always chord changes."
- Pantha du Prince interview: "A sculpture in sound."
- JETS interview: "Cosmic soul brothers."
- Waajeed interview: "Nobody wants to be legendary."
- Doubleheart interview: "Outsider music aimed at the dancefloor."
- Grouper interview: "Nihilism isn’t sustainable."
- Christopher Owens interview: "Pop music, rock and roll, whatever you want to call it."
- FaltyDL interview: "Patience, somehow."
- A$AP Rocky interview: "Fuck hype."
- Heatsick interview: "A conscious way to kink it."
- Majical Cloudz interview: "A feeling or something."
- Holly Herndon interview: "Computers compute."
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- The hip hop artist making spoken word poetry from Mount Kimbie tracks
- Fatima Al Qadiri interview: "Childlike war vibes."
- Main Attrakionz interview: "The game chose us."
- Young Echo interview: "It's about space."
- Unicorn Kid interview: "Yeah I'm self-aware, but so is Rihanna."
- Technique: Sensations' Fix
- Rudi Zygadlo interview: "I just keep weaving."
- Technique: How To Dress Well 'Total Loss'
- LV interview: "Travelling through the digital world."
- Benga interview: "Push things forward."
- Ariel Pink interview: "Our only hope is another human."
- Darkstar interview: "What space can do for your subconscious."
- CFCF interview: "It was winter, everything was uncertain."
- Konx-om-Pax interview: "Note, quarter note, half note, space."
- Eaux interview: "There has to be electricity."
- Delilah interview: “Have you really listened to how I sound?”
- Purity Ring interview: "This isn’t confession."
- Mr. Mitch interview: "Everything I do I call grime."
- The essential online TV show that blasts the best grime live every Wednesday
- Untold interview: "I wanted to document my change."
- d'Eon interview: "I had angels in mind."
- Airbird interview: "Music has been a force in my life forever."
- Cadence Weapon interview: "I give the audience credit." Cadence Weapon [Upper Class Recodin]
- Emptyset interview: "The house posed obscure questions."
- Grass Widow interview: "Our own internal logic."
- Jam City in conversation with Ms Muzik Channel
- Pinch interview: "A heavy element of escapism."
- The story behind Lukid's mesmerising debut film score
- Lone interview: "I had no idea about ecstasy. I just thought the music sounded insane.”
- The music and the making of Ekoplekz
- Santigold interview: "Things just started erupting."
- Actress interview: "It’s medicine - that’s what music is."
- The rise and rise of NTS Radio
- Sun Araw and The Congos interview: "Life’s a trip but it’s heavy too."
- THEESatisfaction interview: "You can do whatever you want with language."
- Nina Kraviz interview: "It is all about human feelings."
- Anthony 'Shake' Shakir interview: "Every record I owned was an instrument."
- The story behind Grimes's 'Oblivion' video
- Quick catchup: Rory Phillips
- How araabMUZIK is bringing the hip hop battle DJ into the digital age
- Blondes interview: "Dancing is physical meditation."
- Chairlift interview: "Harness that energy."
- Ital interview: "The world presses on you in really intense ways."
- Peaking Lights interview: "The infinite ways of writing music."
- Technique: Oneohtrix Point Never 'Replica'
- Real Estate interview: "We wanted to sound timeless."
- Cosmin TRG interview: "The most intense."
- Walls interview: "How we try to live our lives."
- Rustie interview: "My way."
- Patten interview: "Trying to describe dreams."
- Roll The Dice interview: "In a way, bigger, yet more claustrophobic."
- Jam City interview: "You can do anything you like."
- Sleep ∞ Over interview: "Disconnected from reality."
- Pure X interview: "Music is spirituality, it's sexuality."
- Autre Ne Veut interview: "This childhood dream."
- Hudson Mohawke interview: "The sound of a door opening."
- Quick catchup: Battles
- Carl Craig interview: "In order to go forward."
- Shabazz Palaces interview: "All rap."
- XXXY interview: "Snowball effect."
- SBTRKT interview: "Each sound is essential."
- Clams Casino interview: "Sony Acid."
- Quick catchup: Washed Out
- Cover Up: Pearson Sound and Appleblim
- Katy B interview: "In denial about being a popstar."
- Africa Hitech interview: "There should be no rules."
- Quick catch up: John Roberts
- Deadboy interview: "Raves in mind."
- Planningtorock interview: "It’s all I do. I love it."
- Quick catchup: Perfume Genius
- Friendly Fires interview: "So kinetic."
- Quick Catchup: Gatekeeper
- Gang Gang Dance interview: "Always evolve."
- Holy Other interview: "Moving around."
- Grimes & d'Eon interview: "Everything is gained."
- Trim interview: "You just gotta be true to yourself."
- Bullion interview: "Just pure feeling."
- Dan Avery has a quick drink with In Flagranti
- Cover up: Kode9 and the Spaceape
- Egyptrixx Interview: "The death of music regionalism." [Karen Ka Ying Chan]
- Former Ghosts interview: 'Soft, understated and really beautiful.'
- Quick catchup: Mount Kimbie
- Fantastic Mr Fox interview: "It’s a very obsessive way of working."
- Nicolas Jaar interview: "Ghosts that appear inside the silence."
- Glasser interview: "The thing that cannot be controlled."
- Ghostpoet interview: "I needed more space."
- Esben and the Witch interview: 'We have our stamp'.
- Will Saul: 'The labels are a mirror'
- James Ferraro interview: "The city of dream."
- CREEP interview: "Oh my god, so good!"
- When Saints Go Machine interview: "There is no barrier."
- John Roberts interview: 'In and out of harmony over time.'
- Koreless interview: "Never bangers."
- Blondes interview Meredith Monk: "Touch is what we’re in danger of losing."
- Gold Panda interview: "I don't know where music fits in. But it does, somewhere."
- Jacques Greene interview: "A very bittersweet thing."
- D’eon interview: ‘I just want to hear notes.’
- Elan Tamara interview: "Go with your gut instinct."
- FaltyDL interview: "Learning how to moonwalk."
- Salem interview: "You’re not scared…it’s music."
- Chilly Gonzales interview #2: "Who do I idolise? Anyone who hustles."
- Ratatat interview: "It worked out for the best."
- Sleigh Bells interview: "Start at your feet, end at your brains."
- Mount Kimbie interview: "A dream, going on and on."
- Pantha du Prince interview: 'Some moments are too strong to not be told.'
- The Knife, Planningtorock & Mt Sims interview: "How history sounds."
- Phoenix interview: "We are slaves of this thing that we’re reaching for.”
- Liars interview: "The fear and pain in his face was real."
- Chilly Gonzales interview: “London has to step up.”
- Robyn interview: "Yeah. Always."
- Flying Lotus interview: “Bring that space to the people.”
- Optimo interview: "An escape from all the horrible things in the world."
- Washed Out Interview: "A sustained note."
- Memory Tapes interview: "Figuring it out as we go."
- No Age interview: "It's just a gun."
- Cocorosie interview: “Get ready, your part's coming up in three seconds.”
- Tensnake interview: "Pop music is the ultimate and I am not afraid to say that!"
- The Census: "Have you ever ridden a horse?"
- Ikonika interview: "It just comes out like that."
- Fair Ohs Interview: "Our props are shorts."
- Caribou interview: "I always feel like I am fumbling around."
- Kingdom interview: "Out into the woods and into the mountains."
- Perfume Genius interview: "Something cracked."
- Michael Mayer interview: "I'm going to defend it until my last drop of blood."
- Ewan Pearson interview: “A rather horrid thing to say to an enthusiastic 16-year-old.”
- Floating Points interview: “The majority of people probably do not care what micro-RNAs are.”
- Andrew Weatherall interview: “It’s bollocks, it’s discos, tell me tales of the sea.”
- The Knife interview: “Yes!”
- Beach House interview: "Uh oh, trouble..."
- A Grave With No Name: "Sounding frostier, more elegant."
- Lucky Dragons: "Everything is easy and everything is possible.”
- Friendly Fires: “As instant as possible.”
- Joe Goddard: "You have to pick sweets out of a tray of flour with your teeth."
- Yeasayer: "I've killed more mice than there are tracks on the album."
- Darkstar: "We work better when it's black and pretty active."
- Teengirl Fantasy: “Punk house.”
- No Age: "WOOOOOOOOOOOW."
- Girls: "I literally have nothing else in the world."
- The Invisible x Micachu: "We have a terrible friendship."
- Hudson Mohawke: "That Yellow Brick Road style."
- Diplo: "I got off the boat and went to Jamaica."
- VITALIC: “Disco can be everywhere slightly."
- Marcus Nasty: "I can’t explain why, but I love it."
- The Golden Filter: “It’s always good to stretch your wings.”
- Sally Shapiro: "We're not into fooling people."
- Terror Danjah: “We’ll smoke them out later.”
- Florence Welch: "I’m still definitely in the woods."
- The Juan Maclean: "That should be totally fine."
- Simian Mobile Disco "We like the wonky bits."
- Primary 1: "It’s almost like catchphrase music."
- YACHT: "Koala trainers and us."
- Aeroplane: “I think we can both agree on Champagne.”
- The xx: "It started as a joke."
- The Horrors: “We never compromised. Then again, we never had to.”
- Katie Stelmanis: "My parents were like 'You play too much!'"
- Lindstrom: "Hey, wanna make some music today?"
- Gang Gang Dance: "We like theatrics!"
- Holy Fuck: "We’ve got to make this as crazy as possible."