Originally from Annecy in the French Alps, Zimmer has come a long way since moving to Paris 10 years ago. One of the best...
"One night, deep in a dream, I heard a thousand voices all at once say it to me: You gotta trip before you fall....
After trading in a bustling New York for the ‘City of Angels’ three years ago, Chris Stewart continues to reinvent himself under the Black Marble moniker.
In pop music, bigger is better. That’s the view of fast-rising Kreuzberg singer and songwriter, Tara Nome Doyle.
Beabadoobee is one of In Stereo’s ‘New Sounds’ artists to watch for 2020.
“Sometimes I’m in the studio and I’m thinking to myself, ‘I can’t wait to play this at a festival.”
Katerina works at Badehaus, one of Berlin’s most iconic small venues.
Anton Rangardt is the founder of Alibi and label manager at Berlin’s Pianola Records.
“I’ve always been myself and I can’t change me.”
A musician, sound artist, DJ and producer; Abdellah M. Hassak’s artistic repertoire counts various exceptional creations related to theatre plays, films, dance performances and...
“It felt really good to collaborate… And if it sucks, just blame it on them.”
"We wanted to go a bit off-piste and write some stuff that wasn’t all just diary entries, you know?”
“It was like losing that part of me, so I had to find that again. You just have to start over.”
“It’s my way of coping with my view of the world, my way of saying ‘fuck the patriarchy’.”
Ahead of his new record 'Dawn Chorus' coming out this Friday we speak with Jacques Greene on collaboration, inspirations and his ever-evolving sound.
“I think for someone who feels different, or is treated differently, being able to feel ordinary is a place of calm”.
"Somebody has to take a risk and come up with something new in order for music to progress, otherwise we’re stuck in the now forever."
“Even in the four years since I released my first record there are so many more queer female, male, non-binary, gender non-conforming artists."
“Friendships change in that way but it gets pretty depressing sometimes and you start to really think about your place in life and why you deserve all these things and what did you do, are you lucky.”
Ahead of his US tour, Esme Bennett caught up with Blanck Mass to discuss painting, capitalism, snakes and more. His new album Animated Violence Mild is out now.
Danny Wright dissects Kano's essential new album with Robin Murray and Caitlin Scott.