Aliya Chaudhry

Caleb Shomo: “Beartooth is the most intimate experience that I have with music”

Beartooth’s Caleb Shomo talks about how moving to Los Angeles, Ariana Grande and a positive perspective shaped new album ‘The Surface’

Hozier – ‘Unreal Unearth’ review: epic, expansive and ethereal

On his third album, Hozier ventures into new territory with enthralling results

Spiritbox: “Our fans are accepting of change – we’re still figuring ourselves out”

Courtney LaPlante of the Canadian metalcore outfit reflects on touring, the hype of debut album ‘Eternal Blue’ and their fans

Bellah is bringing British R&B to the global stage: “There’s going to be an invasion!”

Having spent a year juggling acting duties while working on new music, the Londoner’s glowing sense of ambition has made her a breakout star

Y.Q.S on empowering their fans: “If you’re different, be different”

Y.Q.S discuss their multilingual upcoming single, building their signature sound and being a part of the girl group renaissance

Bad Omens: “The goal with this band is to expand people’s musical horizons”

Frontman Noah Sebastian discusses the Virginia four-piece's long-awaited breakthrough, going viral and their position as a gateway band

SPIDER is shaping alt-pop in her own delightfully surreal image

As she continues to craft a proudly eclectic world of sound, there is no limit to the Irish artist's ambition

Meet Me @ The Altar: “We’ve always wanted to be the biggest band in the world”

Beneath glitchy noise and racing guitars, the alternative trio's debut album offers listeners the courage to fight for a better tomorrow

Crawlers – ‘Loud Without Noise’ review: confident, cool and exhilaratingly real

The debut mixtape from the Liverpool band proves that they have a knack for making even quiet moments feel huge