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New Artist of the Day: We Catch Up With Multi-Talented London-Based Artist BROCARDE

Designer, artist, musician, storyteller, we catch up with London-based BROCARDE. Hey Brocarde, thanks for taking the time to answer our questions, how’s it going? Thank you...

Bad Breeding release new album Exiled alongside pertinent essay

BAD BREEDING RELEASE NEW ALBUM EXILED ALONGSIDE PERTINENT ESSAY Bad Breeding release their 3rd album, Exiled today via One Little Indian Records and have announced a European tour in September/October...

Stewart Lee & Michael Cumming on Soho Radio talking and playing Robert Lloyd & Nightingales

Stewart Lee & Michael Cumming on Soho Radio talking about and playing a selection of music by Robert Lloyd & Nightingales.... ... as they near...

Jim Glennie, James bassist – interview

Many groups change rosters over the years, for many reasons. Fallouts, dropouts or get-outs to explore different paths. James, the world-renowned and continually innovative...

Sean Dickson aka HiFi Sean: Louder Than War interview

Ex-Soup Dragons lead singer, Sean Dickson aka HiFi Sean, gives an exclusive interview to Matt Mead at Louder Than War.

Sam Huber – interview

Helsinki soul, jazz, funk sensation Sam Huber has just unleashed his newest album on True Groove Records, entitled Songs For Mona. The album is a tribute to his mother's...

THINK: EXP –  “Think: Stephen Perkins” 

Stephen Perkins – known by all as the drummer for Jane’s Addiction, the famously pioneering alternative rock group – has a deep appreciation for music, art and the enormous potential of virtual reality...

King Crimson – Jakko Jakszyk interview

this line-up is finally able to draw on the band’s entire back catalogue, resurrecting songs unplayed for decades. The anniversary tour is now underway, with UK audiences being treated to three nights at London’s Royal Albert Hall

Scuttlers – Play Their Biggest Date Yet! – interview

Scuttlers play Manchester's The Deaf Institute on July 5th - Nigel Carr & David Gleave caught up with them in the studio!

Shot Balowski Interviewed – the new album, track by track

Shot Balowski Interviewed - the new album, track by track Joe Whyte speaks to Simon Whittle from Shot Balowski about their great new album.  One of...

Philip Bailey: Love Will Find A Way – new album and interview

Recognised for his distinctive falsetto and his four-octave vocal range, seven-time Grammy winner, vocalist and percussionist Philip Bailey was inducted into the Rock And...

Nile Marr: Interview with Mancunian singer-songwriter

Nile Marr. Mancunian, formed around solid musical pedigree. Also well travelled, with a wealth of experience entirely of his own making. With Man Made...

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