The Indie four-piece from Sittingbourne, Kent have been causing earthquakes in the scene recently with their singles, ‘Teriyaki’ and…
Arty quartet Gengahr have had an incredible year. Touring with many well-established bands, making appearances at festivals all across the country and…
Marsicans stopped off in Matlock over the weekend and performed a very intimate gig. We managed to speak with the lads before their set and spoke about Vinyl sales, Spanish men in hostel rooms and also about their old music teacher!
Heading out onto their headline tour. We caught up with The Vryll Society to ask them all about their recent music release, what it is like on tour and also their opinion on the rise in vinyl sales.
Meet The Greasy Slicks, these guys are a new rock band from London and Bath, with a new album out today.
Milburn are finally back and after taking the music industry by storm with their come back, We went to The Sugarmill in Stoke-on-Trent to ask them about new music and the fans’ reaction.
It was almost impossible for WHITE to fit in any more festivals this summer. But that being said, they have managed to grab a fantastic spot at this years Underground Festival! With an incredible line up about to rip Gloucester apart this weekend. WHITE will be joining the likes of Pretty Vicious, The Hunna and Feed The Rhino.
Being a Northern band, The Sherlocks have built up an extortionate amount of fans across Yorkshire. However straight out of a summer long of festivals, they headed out into their biggest ever headline tour. Venturing out to venues down South and releasing their latest single ‘Will You Be There’. We went to The Sugarmill in Stoke-on-Trent to see how it all was getting along.
Red Faces have been on our radar since they released their first demo, ‘Katie Come Home’. After a great summer, they have music release plans ahead and who knows what they’ll tackle over the next 12 months.
Following in the footsteps of many great indie bands all hailing from Leeds. Sounds Like A Storm are the next music pioneers to adopt that DIY sound that Leeds is just so great at creating.