Interview: Jess Glynne – The Return Of A Chart-Topping Powerhouse

Jess Glynne Photoshoot 2018Finding an artist that can consistently put out chart-topping music year-on-year is a rarity, Jess Glynne is a rarity – and one to be admired.

It’s hard to imagine a pop music playlist that doesn’t have Jess Glynne’s name somewhere on it. The Hamstead-born singer has just returned with a brand-new single (“I’ll Be There”), but to be honest – she never really went away. All of Glynne’s hits over the past few years have had such a longevity, that she’s never left it long enough to disappear from the radio. Some of the songs are her own, others are ones she features in – but her voice always seems to strike a chord with millions either way.

It’s Glynne’s unwavering appeal that elevates her from hit-to-hit, a dynamic mixture of her lyrics that are woven with optimism and her voice that produces a unique soulfulness which draws out the emotion and character in her. But Jess Glynne doesn’t just have one style, she’s proven that she can reinvent herself by featuring on big-bass RnB tracks like “Not Letting Go” with Tinie Tempah, whilst putting her heart on the table with soulful tracks like “Take Me Home”.

The statistics that Jess carries with her name are just as impressive as her music. At the beginning of the year, she collaborated with electronic band Rudimental and rapper Macklemore to create “These Days” – an uplifting song that swooped its way to number one in the UK charts in a matter of weeks. Significantly, this was Jess Glynne’s sixth UK number-one single – making her the only British female artist to have six number-one singles in the UK.

Before becoming the arena-touring, chart-topping singer, Jess Glynne was employed in a hairdressers, a boutique and a fitness centre. It was after travelling around the world with a friend that she found a job with a music management company, in which she gradually learnt everything she needed to know about the business – whilst most crucially learning that she wanted to be an artist herself. It was shortly after this that she signed with Black Butter Records, who signed Glynne to a publishing deal and introduced her to music managers and lawyers. From this, she went on to sign a contract with Atlantic Records in August 2013, consequently leaving her job at the time which was in brand management for a drinks company.

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“If I had to sum up a theme for this next album I’ve been working on, it would be a journey of self-acceptance.”

Perhaps one of the most triumphant moments of her career so far was back in 2015, when both Glynne and dance band Clean Bandit won a Grammy for Best Dance Recording with “Rather Be” – the song that put ultimately put Jess Glynne on the map both nationally and internationally.  Before this, deep house producer Route 94 approached Glynne about rewriting and providing vocals for a song of his called “My Love”. The song was released on DJ Annie Mac’s compilation album ‘Annie Mac Presents’ in October 2013. Clean Bandit heard ”My Love” and then approached Glynne to feature on their song “Rather Be”.

After her Grammy success, it was later in the year of 2015 that she released her debut studio album, “I Cry When I Laugh” which was recorded over a span of three years and featured UK top-ten singles “Right Here” and “Real Love”, as well as the UK number-one singles “Hold My Hand” and “Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself”.

In all of Jess Glynne’s music, whilst her songs dive into incredibly emotional territory – we are always left with a sense of optimism from her as we rise back to the surface. She explained to me that this goes back to her Dad’s influence on her as a child. “Growing up, my dad was a massive influence on being positive. He lives by ‘You get out of life what you put in’. So, I feel like I live by a similar rule and I most definitely put that in my music. When something’s not going so well, I always feel like it can only get better.”

After listening to her latest single “I’ll Be There” – a gospel-flicked, soulfully uplifting track – I began comparing it to songs from her first album. “I’ll Be There” deals with the idea of friendship and holding out a hand to someone in support. It was after playing this a few times that I realised that Jess Glynne had gone from talking about needing a friend and support in “Hold My Hand” (2015) to now offering the same to someone else. I brought up this comparison to her, to which she replied “I guess they do a bit. I love listening to music that says something or gives me something and I feel like when I write it’s always about personal journeys or emotions.” With her mention of a “personal journey” – I was intrigued to know where she was in that journey compared to the last album – “If I had to sum up a theme for this next album I’ve been working on, it would be a journey of self-acceptance.”

Like the first album, her work on the record has spanned a few years – “It started in April 2016 in America, while I was on the road.” I asked her about how she goes about writing a song and whether she has a particular process that works for her. “I often start with chords; finding the most exciting chords always gets me going. It’s really hard to define as it’s always different depending where I am, who I’m with, how I’m feeling and what I want to achieve from a song.”

The master collaborator – Glynne has been able to mold, develop and push the styles of her collaborators in her work as a featuring artist alongside the likes of – Emeli Sandé , Tinie Tempah, Clean Bandit, Rudimental and Macklemore. I was keen to ask her if we could be expecting more collaborations for her new work on the upcoming album. “Not as of yet, but I’ll never say never” Glynne replied.

Whilst setting the trends in popular music, Jess Glynne has also been following and creating trends in fashion as well – wearing a range of designer clothes on red carpets, usually with some funky glasses. I asked her how important fashion was to her. “Fashion is pretty important because I feel it says a lot about you as a person. I like dressing up but I also love dressing down; I think it’s important to have a good balance and be true to you in what you wear. It sounds silly but I never want to worry what people may think. As long as I’m comfortable and I love it that’s what matters to me.”

Stream/Buy the new single “I’ll Be There” here

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Interview: Zara Martin on Modelling, DJing and creating products with brands

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PHOTOGRAPHY: SIMON WISBEY
It seems increasingly clear that in order to survive in the creative industries like modelling and DJing, you have to run your career like a business. ZARA MARTIN is proof that this works – collaborating with major brands and creating products.

 

In collaboration with the London based fashion brand Skinnydip, Zara designed and launched her own line of headphones – which are now one of the most successful in the world. It was Zara’s mission to get them sold throughout the world for female DJs – being heavily involved in talking to factories, buyers and manufacturers about the product, as well as the design process.

 

After the vast international success of the collaboration, Zara has been approached by a number of other audio companies to work with her, and she hopes to bring her own audio line out soon – the first female to do so.

 

Zara has DJed for brands like Dior and Tom Ford, whilst shooting with fashion bibles Vogue, Vogue Italia, L’officiel and Nylon.

 

I spoke to Zara Martin about her career so far, her plans for the future and the recent charity work for women.

 

AC: Which came first modelling or DJing?

 

ZM: TV presenting! I really wanted to be a presenter. Now, I really don’t –  it’s awful.

 

How do you think your two professions compliment each other?

 

I love fashion and I love music so it’s kind of ideal really, especially now with a “fashion DJ” being a thing. 

 

Would I be right in saying that modelling is taking up most of your time at the moment?

 

Yeah I would say so, and other projects that are a blend of the two. Like the headphones I designed for Skinnydip – it’s super time consuming and you work on it for ages before anyone else knows about it – but they are my favourite types of projects!

 

Zara Martin Photoshoot 2018Tell us about what you’ve been working on recently…

 

So much is happening in the world that makes what I do for a living seem inconsequential. At the moment I’m really focused on working with Women For Women International, an incredible charity I’m an ambassador for. As an organisation, WFWI have helped over half a million women in conflict-affected countries rebuild their lives. In light of recent events in Syria, I feel their work needs to be highlighted as there is much more to be done. To help raise awareness and funds I’ve just designed a capsule collection with Delores Daywear in aid of Women for Women, which launches in May.

 

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Do you have plans to continue your charity work beyond that?

 

Definitely. I would love to try and incorporate it in all aspects of my work. Working with Women for Women has taught me so much about what ‘female empowerment’ really means. Not the Insta version! [laughs] And, especially now – with the #TimesUp movement – there is a real possibility to make lasting change for equality. 

 

What were some of the challenges of breaking into DJing?

 

Not having one-million Instagram followers.

 

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Is it true that you trained with Trevor Nelson?

 

Yeah, sort of. God, I forgot about that. [laughs] You must have delved deep into Google for that info! It was a long time ago, when MTV Base (and the aforementioned desire to be on TV) still existed. 

 

What are your plans for the future as both a model and a DJ? 

 

Really to just work with brands I love and do projects I genuinely enjoy and am passionate about.

 


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QUICK QUESTIONS WITH ZARA MARTIN

 

Best show to binge-watch?

 

I’m a serial box-set binge watcher – ‘Homeland’, ‘Fargo’, ‘This is Us’, ‘Billions’.

 

What’s the strangest food combo you’ve ever had?

 

A salty cafe latte, I mistook the salt for sugar. It was early. And yes, I eat sugar. Sue me! 

 

What’s on your music playlist at the moment?

 

Cardi B, Mabel, Jorja Smith, Whinnie Williams, Kali Uchis, Kelela… and Justin Timberlake

 

Everyone has a cool app idea, what’s yours?

 

As if I would tell you, someone could make millions stealing my idea!

 

Starstruck moment?

 

 

A sport you wish you could play?

 

I wish I had the coordination to be a really good dancer.

 

Worst joke you’ve ever heard?

 

Any joke from a Christmas cracker! Like ‘Does anyone need an ark? I Noah guy!’, ‘How does Moses make his tea? Hebrews it’. 

 

What’s going to be this summer’s fashion trend?

 

From what I can tell from social media: Skinny sunglasses and lip fillers! [laughs]

 

Would you rather be at a mountain hideaway or a beach house?
Beach.

 

What is the farthest you have been from home? 

 

Geography, my strong suit! (It’s not my strong suit) Um, I live in London so, Hawaii or South America or India?  Seychelles? South Africa?

 

And what’s one thing in particular that you’re really excited about for the future?

 

Going to New Zealand. Or China.

 

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After multiple extended plays, BLOSSOMS released their self-titled chart-topping album two years ago. Since then the Stockport born five-piece band have toured the UK, playing headline shows and making onto the ‘BBC Sound Of’ shortlist, as well as being nominated for the Mercury Music Prize.

Now they’re gearing up for the launch of the second album and there’s definitely been some development in their sound. ‘Cool Like You’ embraces more electronic, synth aspects compared to their previous work – as they delve into pushing their sound as a band even further into incomparable territory.

After listening to the album in it’s entirety, it’s clear that there has been a lyrical progression from Tom Ogden’s songwriting, crawling even further into emotional depths than before. Tom had a quick chat with us about the new album.

AC: What was it like directing yourselves for the music video of ‘I Can’t Stand It’?

Tom: I’ve always had a keen interest in making films. We used to make all our own music videos when we started the band. We also made the Honey Sweet Video, so it was great to be able to direct I Can’t Stand It with a production team around us to help make our idea come to life.

There were loads of props, did you make some yourselves?

We came up with the ideas for the props, but Chief Productions made them at their studios.

Going forward, do you guys plan to be directing all of your future videos?

I think because of our busy schedule, it’s quite difficult to always direct the videos. I’m sure we’ll dip in and out and have creative control, even if we aren’t directing.

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Where you nervous at how people would react to the mockumentary you release earlier this year? How did your families react?

Not at all, we knew we’d made something really great, and everyone we’d shown it to laughed a lot, so we couldn’t wait to release it.

With your second album ‘Cool Like You’, were you feeling pressure to out-do the first?

I wouldn’t say ‘out-do’. It’s more of a natural evolution and progression as a band and as a songwriter. You’re always trying to better yourself and evolve, which I think we definitely have done on this record.

On your new album, a lot of the synths make it feel nostalgic, what kind of music were you listening to that inspired the sound?

A lot of things. Obviously, Spotify playlists play a big part these days and there’s some great ones on there. Also, the Grand Theft Auto Vice City Soundtrack, various synth pop playlists, the Stranger Things soundtrack, Abba, The Style Council.

Were there any kinds of guitars that you experimented with that didn’t make it on to the album?

Not really. We had a clear vision quite early on of how we wanted the album to sound. The guitars were being layered in to create a wall of sound of rhythm. There’s still lots of guitars on the record.

Which song on the album was the hardest to make?

It was a relatively easy album to make and we did the whole thing in 2 days. I’d probably go with Stranger Still as we took a different approach in terms of building the drums. We wanted it to sound like a Kate Bush track.

Which ones are you particularly looking forward to performing?

‘Between The Eyes’ is going to be great live.

The New Album ‘Cool Like You’ from Blossoms, will be released 27 April

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Interview: Luna Blaise on Music, ‘Fresh Off The Boat’ & ‘American Horror Story’


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Photography by Dawn Kingston

LUNA BLAISE has been immersed in the acting world for the past decade, having began at the age of just six. Since 2014, Luna has been in a recurring role on ABC’s  ‘Fresh Off The Boat‘ – in which she has recently been given a storyline about her character’s sexuality that created much buzz and conversation. Alongside the long working hours of an actress in a sitcom, Blaise released her debut single ‘Over You’ in 2017. Now over year later, Luna released her second single ‘Camera Roll’ back in February. We catch up with her about her ambitions as an actress, what it’s like working in a recording studio and the show she really wants to guest star on.

AC: You were given the challenge of portraying a character with a storyline and sexuality in ‘Fresh Off The Boat’, how much pressure did you feel and what kind of responses did you get?

LUNA BLAISE: Honestly I didn’t feel any pressure. When the producers explained Nicole’s arc for season four and would I be comfortable with the storyline I didn’t hesitate at all. I was honored that Nanatchka Khan our show-runner and the writers trusted me to bring Nicole’s coming out story to life. I will forever be grateful that they gave me this incredible opportunity. The response was positive and I feel so lucky that I grew up in a home where love has no labels. 

What TV Show would you really like to guest star on?

American Horror Story. I want to work with Ryan Murphy.

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I really wanted to dive into writing. For me delivering a record has to mean something. 

Which actresses do you look up to?

This is such a tough question, there are so many great actresses in the community. Meryl Streep!

Talk us through a typical day on set, how does the day start?

A typical day usually means an early call time. I always try my best to arrive early then settle in my trailer before heading off to hair and makeup, followed by rehearsals and then we shoot. A typical day for me runs about twelve to fourteen hours. Often it is dark when I leave for set and dark when I get home. I love it! 

Having released your first song almost a year ago and now having just released your second song, has the kind of music you want to make slightly changed?

Yes, I think that I am evolving as a person so organically the sound of the music is transforming with me.

Why has there been a year’s gap?

Honestly I really wanted to dive into writing. For me delivering a record has to mean something. 

Your fans seem to really like ‘Camera Roll’, when did you start working on the song?

I actually wrote the song in like forty-five minutes back in November 2017. 

What’s it like hanging out in a recording studio?

It’s so fun hanging in studio but it’s also for me a working environment as well. 

How many songs have you written?

I have been in so many sessions and I really don’t count. 

What will be the next single and when can we expect to see it?

I am gonna be putting out tons of music this year. I think a new single is just around the corner. 

How much fun is shooting music videos?

For me it’s taking some adjustment because I am so used to being mic’d when we are recording sync. But with music videos typically they are non-sync. 

What are your ambitions for your music?

I want to write chart-smashing hit songs. I also see myself writing for other artists. 

Who would be the dream person to star in one of your music video?

A music video starring Timothée Chalamet.

Do you have any other upcoming projects to tell our readers about? 

I have an indie film that is premiering at Tribeca Film Festival called Surviving Theater 9 – the film follows the aftermath of the mass shooting that took place inside a midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises in Aurora Colorado in 2012. Unfortunately there have been too many innocent lives lost to mass shootings since that fateful night. I also just finished filming a new pilot called “Manifest” for NBC. It’s a one hour mystery thriller episodic with crazy and unexpected twists and turns. People are gonna love it.

QUICK QUESTIONS WITH LUNA BLAISE

 

Last movie you watched?

Fault In Our Stars

Best show to binge-watch?

13 Reasons Why 

What’s the strangest food combo you’ve ever had?

Spaghetti with Chili 

Advice to your younger self?

Be present and don’t forget to look up. 

Is there one thing in particular that you’re really excited about for the future?

I am excited to hopefully one day get married and have children.

A sport you wish you could play?

Golf

What was the last book you read?

I have dyslexia, so reading for long periods of time can be challenging, instead I watch tons of films. 

Would you rather be at a mountain hideaway or a beach house?

Beach House…I am a water baby. 

What is the farthest you have been from home?

London, England 

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Emery Kelly Photoshoot 2018Joining Netflix this month is original sitcom series ‘Alexa & Katie’ – which follows two best friends who can’t wait for their first year of high school, even though Alexa is dealing with a secret with Katie by her side. Alongside the titular characters is EMERY KELLY – best known for being one third of Forever In Your Mind (a pop boy band that formed five years ago while appearing on the show ‘The X Factor’). They recently released their latest single “Rabbit Hole”, performing it on MTV’s ‘TRL’ and NBC’s ‘The Today Show.’ At beginning of the year, Forever In Your Mind released their EP “Euphoric”.

How did your role in Netflix’s ‘Alexa & Katie’ come about?

I saw my amazing cast mate and loving friend Paris Berelc book ‘Alexa & Katie’ last year and wanted to see if there was a brother role, and lucky enough there was!

Did you audition?

Yes, I don’t remember how many, I think it was two or three times before I booked the role.

You’ve worked on a few shows now, what are the unique challenges to acting in a sitcom?

The unique challenge for me would sometimes be timing. But thanks to working on ‘Alexa & Katie’, I was able to overcome that obstacle.

How do you spend your time between takes?

Chilling with Paris [Berelc], Jack [Griffo], Isabel [May], and Finn [Carr].

Tell us about your role in ‘Alexa & Katie’…

My role is Lucas Mendoza, Alexa’s older brother. He’s really chill, plays basketball, loves his family and has an obsession with his hair (in real life I don’t really have that much of an “obsession” like Lucas has).

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Did your passion for music come before acting?

I feel like they both came in at the same time, it was organic beccause of growing up around musical theater kids.

If you weren’t called ‘Forever In Your Mind’, what would your name be?

We’ve had a couple names but I honestly think we couldn’t change the name. It’s been with us forever, why change it?

Disney started developing a series starring the three of you – ‘Forever Boys’, do you think that it could still one day happen?

Honestly, no I don’t think so, due to the demographic they’re going for, but, I will always have love and appreciation for the mouse family.

Have there been any other ideas thrown around about how the three of you could star in something together?

Not since Forever Boys…but you never know!

How long do you guys see yourselves being a group for?

It could maybe be forever or maybe a few more years

Have you considered a solo career at all?

In the future, absolutely.

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Do you have plans to go on tour this year?

Yes we do! We can’t wait to see our fans.

In the world of acting, who do you look up to?

Johnny Depp, Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Wahlberg and Seth Macfarlane.

Who would your dream co-star be?

Anyone I mentioned earlier from ‘Alex & Katie’. Also anyone from the casts of ’13 Reasons Why’, ‘Riverdale’, ‘Everything Sucks’, ‘On My Block’. Love those shows!

You haven’t uploaded to YouTube in a year, why did you stop?

Emery Kelly Photoshoot 2018Yeah it’s been a while, honestly I stopped because I’m focused more on acting, music, producing music, reading, and eating healthy. I still film all my adventures with my friends, band, and family. I just haven’t posted any of it.

Is it something you want to come back to?

I don’t know yet. If I were to upload videos again, they would be cinematic films featuring music I produce and the way I see the world.

QUICK QUESTIONS WITH EMERY KELLY

Last movie you watched? Annihilation

Best show to binge-watch? Friends

What’s the strangest food combo you’ve ever had? Chicken and Apple Slices

What’s on your music playlist at the moment? Bazzi, IRL, Daniel Caesar

Best store to visit in a shopping mall? Food court [laughs]

Everyone has a cool app idea, what’s yours? Can’t tell you!

Advice to your younger self? Keep doing your thing kid, you be you.

Is there one thing in particular that you’re really excited about for the future? Alexa & Katie

A sport you wish you could play? Soccer

Worst joke you’ve ever heard? Can’t remember

What was the last book you read? House of Leaves

Would you rather be at a mountain hideaway or a beach house? Mountain hideaway

What is the farthest you have been from home? Everywhere is my home.

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