James welcomes Little Sims to the Stage 56 bar for a chat before her performance of "I Love You I Hate You" and the two talk about her new album and recording it at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, and Little Simz admits she had to step outside to write to escape the weight of the studio. After, James asks about collaborating with Emma Corrin after watching her in "The Crown." And the two talk about her upcoming shows in London and what it's like to play in front of her friends, family and neighbors.
The Leeds quartet’s wiry bass-driven and angular guitar sound reaches back to post punk, offering a declamatory platform for smart-arsed frontman James Smith. Their thrilling debut conjured 11 razor sharp musical vignettes bursting with sonic ideas and energy, whilst Smith’s bone dry northern accented vocals punch from the front, dripping with tones of smarmily seductive sarcasm. There is a sophistication and irony that facilitates impactful messages whilst being delivered with a great spirit of
Following the surprise release of her new album No Thank You last week, rapper Little Simz has unveiled an accompanying short film of the same title. The 11-minute film was directed by Gabriel Moses and was shot outside Paris’ Chateau de Millemont. It features a handful of tracks from the album, including ‘Heart on Fire’, ‘X’, ‘Silhouette’, […]
Is Little Simz the best rapper in Britain? She certainly thinks so, proclaiming her superiority with scintillating snark on Gorilla: “How can I address this? / Basically, the rest is / Almost like to me what a stain to a vest is.”