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Interview with Delaire

1st November 2015 | Music

Indie electro-pop has been having a resurgence recently, and Delaire is at the forefront of it.

Her music is risk-free, simply good electro-pop to introduce the world to Delaire, and she is someone who deserves worldwide recognition. After all, nobody says it's easy being a female solo artist in a world where stereotypes and norms are constantly being broken.

Delaire is her own and, by listening to latest track 'Belief', there's a definite sense that she's comfortable in her music. Similar to artists we've hailed in the past, such as Ariana & The Rose, her addiction to synths and percussion play off each other well to create a track which gives into our demands.


To find out more about who exactly Delaire is, James Gilmore caught up with her to chat about the new single 'Belief', performing live, how she got her start in music and more.

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James Gilmore interviews Delaire

James Gilmore interviews indie electro-pop artist Delaire about her new single 'Belief', performing live, how she got her start in music and more.

Interview with MiC Lowry

31st October 2015 | Music

New R&B-soul music is well overdue in the UK at the moment, so MiC Lowry (pronounced: Mike Low-ree) are here to fill a very large gap in the market.

The Liverpool five piece are not your typical boy band by any sense of the word. Signed to Universal's Decca Records; Ben, Kaine, Akia, Delleile and Michael have been together since 2011 have have built themselves an army of over 30,000 fans on Twitter and have gained recognition from BET and MOBO.

They make vocal harmonies look so easy. Recent covers on their YouTube channel include effortless takes at Tupac, Amy Winehouse and John Legend, to name a few.

When their debut EP, 'The Show', came out earlier this year, we were first to jump on the bandwagon with a Full Album Playthrough exclusively on W!ZARD Radio Station.


In their latest single, 'Supermodels' featuring Wiley, the group go for a poppier edge and, as you can imagine, it's all about falling in love. However, after they were billed at Glastonbury this past year, we can imagine that it's the girls chasing after them instead of the other way round.

James Gilmore interviewed them in the lead up to the 'Supermodels' release about working with Wiley, the EP and what we can expect in the future.

Broadcasted worldwide, only on W!ZARD Radio Station.

James Gilmore interviews MiC Lowry

James Gilmore interviews R&B-soul five-piece MiC Lowry about their new single Supermodels, what it's like to work with Wiley, their recent EP and what we can expect in the future.

Interview with cln

31st October 2015 | Music

Developing a taste for Australian music has never been easier since artists such as cln have appeared on the scene.

Callan Alexander, AKA cln, is behind Brisbane's newest electronic beats. After moving from South Africa to Brisbane in 2009, cln (pronounced: callan) started to discover his sound, which ended up being the chill electronic music which he's exporting now.

He exploded onto the scene in 2014 which debut EP 'Sideways' and has been turning heads with every move he's made since. Recent tracks such as 'Hold Me' have won over the support of radio stations and music sites all over the globe, while also dominating the Hype Machine music charts alongside some outstanding remixes he's produced for the likes of Crooked Colours, Kilter, Wookie and ODESZA.


He released he's second EP 'Found' earlier this year, which received it's world premiere on W!ZARD Radio Station. In the lead up to the premiere he was interviewed by James Gilmore.

Broadcasted worldwide, only on W!ZARD Radio Station.

James Gilmore interviews cln

James Gilmore interviews Australian electro-chill artist cln about his upcoming EP 'Found', the Australian music scene, remixes and more.