Country songstress Natalie Alexander uses her strong voice and powerful storytelling to create astounding songs. Her single ‘Cruel’ from her recent EP reminded me of Country royalty; Carrie Underwood. Her own unique style draws on this influence, giving her music strong emotional power and making it incredibly catchy. She spoke to me about ‘Cruel’, living in LA and where she hopes to be in the future.
Fronted by two French female vocalists, the multi-ethnic band performs heart touching ballads telling stories about everything, from love to heartbreak. Charly and Faust of Charly&Faust took the time to answer some questions about their fondest musical memory, the songs that mean the most to them and where they see themselves in five years.
Following a 2 year hiatus, Colton Avery has returned stronger than ever with his single ‘Religion‘. He took the time to talk to me about upcoming releases, live shows and his fans, despite technology working against us!
Electronic trio Chase Atlantic have just released their debut self-titled album and it is amazing. The three boys from Australia took the time to talk to me about what this album means to them, the hardest track to play and their fans.
Broadside have recently released their brilliant sophomore album ‘Paradise‘ and are currently touring the UK alongside Trash Boat and Homebound. Before the show, I caught up with Broadside members Ollie Baxxter and Niles Gregory To talk about ‘Paradise’, the most difficult track to write and what they love about the UK.
Pop-punk band Homebound are one EP deep into their career but are already making waves. This UK band are touring alongside Broadside and Trash Boat and proving it is where they belong. I caught up with Charlie and Tom before the show and we talked sonder, Nickelback and band names.
Three friends from Oxford make the alternative indie trio ‘Filth’. The band are releasing their brilliant EP ‘Day In Day Out’ September 21st. Perfect for fans of Arctic Monkeys, these boys are ready to make their mark. Filth spoke to us about their new EP, BBC Introducing and Apple Crumble.
Pale People are a 3 piece rock/progressive punk band. A balding neurotic, a disabled music-school dropout, and a diabetic martial artist; this band combine vocals, piano, bass and percussion to create music with something important to say. We talked about Taco Bell, the origins of their band name and the motivation behind their music.
Different Light are a prog rock band from Prague, CZ. Their most recent album was released in Febuary of last year, but the band itself first formed in 1994 in Malta. I spoke to founding member Trevor Tabone about the origins of the band, dream collaborations and tour plans.
Threatpoint is a groove metal band based in Pennsylvania. The four piece band formed in early 2012, now they have three full length albums and have played hundred of shows across the US. Threatpoint talked about coming together, their love of music and the difficulties in live performances.