We interviewed Craig David moments before he went on stage to headline We Are FSTVL 2017
Craig David has had a pretty massive few years.
Having been at the top of his career in the early-00’s, things went a bit cold for David afterwards. The artist who’s first three records charted in the Top 5 of the charts, became a Top 20 artist instead.
But then, TS5 happened.
For those not in the know, TS5 stands for ‘Tower Suite 5’ and is the name of Craig David’s apartment in Miami where he would host and DJ his own parties. After he started broadcasting those parties and his DJ sets on the radio – things started to kick off again.
Following collaborations with Sigala in 2015 and Big Narstie, things started to change. 2016’s ‘Following My Intuition’ debuted at #1 on the UK Charts – his first #1 since his debut album in 2000 and his first album in 6 years…
James Gilmore interviews the Scottish singer-songwriter about his new music and supporting James Arthur in Leeds
Callum Beattie carries himself with a confidence necessary of an artist who is about to embark on the battle of his life: pop music.
Many have attempted, and many have failed. Beattie though is confident that his music has what it takes to cut through (and, to be fair, we think he has a good shot)
The Scottish singer-songwriter released his debut single and EP of the same name ‘We Are Stars’ this Spring having performed a string of live dates across the UK (including supporting James TW in London and James Arthur in Leeds).
James Gilmore interviewed Callum Beattie backstage at Globe’s Showcase By The Sea at The Great Escape festival in Brighton, UK.
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James Gilmore interviews the Norwegian pop star who is on a mission to destroy the pop charts with her brand of powerful pop.
She’s fierce and she’s on a mission to destroy the pop charts with her brand of powerful pop. She is: Sigrid.
Hailing from Norway, the singer-songwriter has had a big 2017 so far. Her debut single ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ was released in March to a very big reaction – reaching over 2M streams on Spotify in just the first weekend and peaking inside the UK Top 100.
It’s a debut that dreams are made of.
Since then, she has been whisked around the world playing a series of intimate gigs, whilst her debut EP, ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe EP’ has been released to similar fanfare.
Entering the Summer, ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ now has over 13M streams on Spotify, whilst tracks from the EP are easily over the 1M stream mark (‘Plot Twist’ is on 5M streams and ‘Dynamite’ is on 1M streams).
James Gilmore interviews the teen pop star about music, performing live and if he can go on tour with her
The world of pop music is difficult - and that’s not just because you always have to look, sound and act like an absolute superstar (easier for some than others).
Sabrina Carpenter seems to have it nailed.
The pop star (and soon to be pop sensation) became well-known as one of the leads on Disney Channel’s hit show Girl Meets World, from 2014 until 2016. Whilst shining in the spotlight, she also released a string of 100% certified pop bangers - and that’s when our ears pricked up.
(P.S. Real fans will also know that she made a cameo on Disney Channel’s Austin & Alley and even danced as a coach on Just Dance Kids 2)
In 2015 she released her debut album Eyes Wide Open featuring the single (wait for it)… Eyes Wide Open and suddenly she became known as more…