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New Artist of the Day: BLOOMS Inject Some Much Needed Colour In To Manchester’s Winter

The fact the city has little in the way of a beach matters not for Mancunian surf-poppers BLOOMS. As far as musical cities go, Manchester...

HSY Interview – The genre mashing Toronto punk band talk to Louder Than War’s Lisa Sookraj

The genre mashing Toronto punk band HSY talk to Louder Than War's Lisa Sookraj

AllUsOnDrugs – Download Festival: interview and live review

British newcomers Allusondrugs made their debut appearance at this years Download Festival.  The band have been making quite a splash on the UK rock...

Interview: Dylan Carlson, the founder of Earth

Interview: Dylan Carlson - Sophie Sparham talks to the founder of Earth

Interview: Tad Doyle – the Seattle grunge hero talks Brothers Of the Sonic Cloth

The Seattle grunge hero Tad Doyle talks Brothers Of the Sonic Cloth

Interview: Trust Fund – we put some questions to the band whose debut album got a 10 / 10 review

Interview: Trust Fund - we put some questions to the band whose debut album we gave 10 / 10

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