Our exclusive artist led formats - musicians in their own words
Under The Cover
"I wanted there to be a reflective property to the record, so that people would be able to see themselves when they picked it up"
"We took a picture next to a wall of naked men, by your request. And then we said our goodbyes. As I walked into the elevator, I waited for the door to close to cry."
"My walk home from class was made up of one unending straight line, so i’d burrow my head into the book whilst walking along... I only hit my head on passing lampposts less than 5 times"
"I’ve grown up to your music, watched you continually reinvent yourself, continually test the limits of what’s expected of you, and yet, continually remain yourself."
The Charlatans frontman pays tribute to the legendary director.
Up and coming artist April chats to Biig Piig about making music, life in lockdown and, of course, Tiger King.
Nigel Chapman of Nap Eyes talks about his time as a lab technician and biochemistry researcher
'Why is there so much attention for the exceptional, and so little eye for the normal? '
"Tears In The Typing Pool connected my feet to yours and walked me through the door into world within your mind"
The Canadian/Serbian musician on being stuck in her family's home country.
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'One time when we were recording I was playing the piano and you said through the control mic, "Can't you make the piano sound cooler, you're playing like Billy Joel"'
'Sometimes it is necessary to abandon, sometimes it is necessary to embrace and sometimes it is necessary to step beyond.'
The Manchester based singer/songwriter unpacks the genius of Talk Talk's Mark Hollis, and his influence on his own work
'I think it’s lovely when you listen to people like J.J Cale and Little Feat and you can really feel the soul that has gone in to the songs. And you look at the artwork and this same voice comes through it..'
"Surprising things fill your life. Surprising people mean it all."
The ethereal singer tells us how she created the visuals for Black Eye
The dutch artist pens a thoughtful tribute to the legendary director
Lo-fi musician Aaberg talks us through his visual influences and how he chose the artwork for Jynx
The Doctors of Madness frontman on the making of Dark Times: "Damned right it’s political."