We spoke to three emerging artists about how Sheffield's music scene is held back by stereotypes - and how to move it forward.
Interviews and Features
We spoke to Vula Viel about her love of Dagaare music and what it means for a white woman to play African music in 2019.
The lack of gender diversity in the music industry is an enduring problem across the UK. Despite being a city defined by radical thought and a colourful musical past, Manchester still has catching up to do.
Leeds is a hotbed of musical talent right now. And Mamilah are, without a doubt, one of the emerging bands moving it forward.
Têtes de Pois - that's 'head of peas' for those of you who don't speak French - make intelligent jazz, fused with hip-hop and afrobeat.
Producer and grime emcee Dubzy was making music since childhood, until the accidental success of his fashion brand, Snazz, put his music career on hold
It's hard not be affected by the live energy of Galaxians. Blending dense rhythmic synths, live and sampled drums, and insanely powerful vocals, Galaxians -…
Franz Von’s Escapism EP explores the many and varied ways people transcend the struggles of life.
Gerald Simpson, better known as A Guy Called Gerald, is a man who knows how to make people move.
Tonia Victoria is a name you're going to hear more often in days to come. Since the release of her self-produced debut EP Herstory, she's been slowly but surely earning some well-deserved attention for her soulful and authentic songwriting.