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Eric Davidson speaks with Issa from The Underachievers for the Guide to Dublin City about the penitentiary system, preventing suicide and the role of the artist in the community, all ahead of their show on The Academy on February 24.
The last time Wiki was in Ireland he played alongside Sporting Life and the other Ratking crew at Life Festival a few years ago, it's now confirmed he will return for a headline show. Eoghan Barra caught up with him in Issue 003.
Nightmares on Wax released his latest album 'Shape the Future' today featuring artists as diverse as Allan Kingdom, Jordan Rakei and more. Cóilí Collins calls the Leeds artist and receives advice that will remain with him for years to come.
London songwriter and vocalist Jessie Ware has worked with artists as diverse as SBTRKT, Nicki Minaj, Pete Tong, Bobby Womack, Katy B, Disclosure and Julio Bashmore. We catch up with her just before the release of her new record ‘Glasshouse’.
Mura Masa's collaborations with figures as prolific as A$AP Rocky and as meteoric as Dublin's own Bonzai have solidified his place among the UK's production elite. We catch up with him ahead of his performance at Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Festival.
Syd has been a common denominator in two of the most progressive-sounding groups to emerge over the past decade, in Odd Future and The Internet. On the back of her debut solo record, we caught up with her to discuss touring and social media's place in live music.
Kirk Knight is the production mastermind behind many of the tracks released by Joey Bada$$ and the Pro Era collective. In recent years though he has picked up the mic himself. We caught up with the rapidly ascending artist to talk about his disdain for social media and how it often leads to depression