INTERVIEWS

Introducing: HARES

The frontman of HARES - Rob Skipper - is admiring the venue’s colourful artwork through a huge pair of 3D glasses that hang off the wall. “This is brilliant,” h...

Tribes: New Album Chat w/ Johnny Lloyd

Every few years, just as music aficionados everywhere begin to lose faith in the Great God of English Rock ‘n’ Roll, a band of historic proportions will emerge ...

Introducing: Two Wounded Birds

As surf-pop enjoys a renaissance with bands such as The Drums and Best Coast leading the way, Two Wounded Birds are perfectly placed to ride the crest of the cu...

Smith & Burrows: Angelic Upstarts

As collaborations go, the announcement that Editors frontman Tom Smith would be teaming up with We Are Scientists drummer Andy Burrows for a winter-themed conce...

Grouplove: Putting the I in Fivesome

The latest five-pieces of indie hype from LA are about to have the summer of their lives. FMS meets them in London to find out that they’ve got plenty of tunes ...

The Pierces: Lucky Strike

Sibling rockers The Pierces have tried, tried and tried again, releasing three albums during a 10 year stint in the music industry. But with their fourth album,...

In the Studio with… Metronomy

“Where to begin?!” exclaims Joe Mount at the beginning of our interview. What started as a bedroom hobby (this is not a euphemism) now sees Mount, brains and cr...

Carl Barât: Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic

Terror. Disbelief. Elation. That’s what Carl Barât felt when he found out he had a baby on the way. And then the longest nine months of his life went by in a fl...

Cold War Kids: Love & Marriage

Nathan Willet, lead vocalist of the Cold War Kids has just got married. With a new album aptly titled Mine Is Yours released in the UK this January, a hectic to...

Underworld: Barking

One mention of the duo Underworld immediately conjures up images of the most disgusting toilet in Scotland and Ewan McGregor and his team of likely lads passing...

Introducing: Tribes

Let me tell you a little secret. Being a music journalist isn’t always that great. You see a lot of groups, meet a lot of people and meet your heroes, but more ...