We catch up with the man behind Israel Nash's Rain Plans.
Ahead of some UK dates we catch up with Nashville's Andrew Combs.
A bumper Campfire Tales, lots to cover and two perfect scores? What?
The pop-punk legends return to the fields of Reading and Leeds once again. Will they bring their A-game?
We caught up with the Brit nu-country stars in the making.
Life is about balance, so here is a little darkness for you all.
All the news and gossip from planet pop, plus a quick chat with Harper.
The Sheffield indie rockers return to headline Reading and Leeds for the second time. What can we expect?
Max chats with the Alabama native.
Hard blues-ing Jonathon Linaberry chats to us from across the Atlantic.
The emo rockers take the step up to headline Reading and Leeds, but can they handle it?
We chow down with Kim Shattuck.
He's a singer with a bunch of Songs. We talk to Americana's next big thing.
Staying out for the summer. We look at Latitude's three days of music.
A big, busy month of quality releases - and an X Factor reject. Come in, take a peek.
So many festivals - but which to choose? Here are five recommendations.
We've cut the wheat from the chaff and ID'ed some must-sees!
Upsets, rolling around in pain and dull 45 minutes periods - can only be this month's Dark Hemyspheres.
We chat to lead singer Monica Martin to find out more about the Wisconsin six-piece.
We have a chat with the Pennsylvanian storyteller.
Their debut album landed last month on these shores, so we check up on what the French indie pop rockers are up to.
Them bones, them bones, them Bones of J.R. Jones. Just one of the highlights of a solid month in campfire country.
What's happening in the pop universe this month?
"There's some dark stuff on there. I think we'll surprise people." Claire Brentnall and Richard Knox tell Gary Kaill why their debut album shows little regard for the rulebook. (Photos by Alex Bell.)