Tagged: interview

Watch Harvey Causon live for BLM in Session

➤  7 May, 2018, 12:40 | by:

Photo: Dominika Scheibinger There’s no denying that Harvey Causon has taken the year by storm, following solid spells on Radio 1 for his latest single ‘Worn You’ as well as live shows and touring supports between Bristol and London. Now...

Goan Dogs on their ‘rebirth’ with new EP Roll the Dice

➤  24 March, 2018, 14:00 | by:

2017 was a very busy year for Bristol based indie champions Goan Dogs. Several live shows which saw performances at Glastonbury, FarmFest and Sound City; not to mentioned their show at Colston Hall, touring in Poland and...

Table Scraps make defiant statement on LP ‘Autonomy’

➤  22 February, 2018, 18:40 | by:

Photo: Meg Lavender When it comes to belting grunge and kick-ass garage rock, look no further than Birmingham three-piece Table Scraps. The band, who have been making waves in the scene, are releasing their new album Autonomy...

JAWS on Simplicity, new music and writing techniques

➤  13 November, 2017, 21:00 | by:

Making their way across the UK this winter, JAWS are touring with their recent album Simplicity. Between their 2014 debut Be Slowly and now, the trio have grown and shaped their sound to really show off their...

Ruth Royall on new her EP and The Bristol Sessions

➤  16 September, 2017, 09:30 | by:

Jazz singer and founder of The Bristol Sessions, Ruth Royall is true Bristol royalty. Along with hosting a weekly event at The Gallimaufry and releasing her own material it’s safe to say she is one of the...

Cassia on sell-out shows and the birth of their sound

➤  10 September, 2017, 18:00 | by:

With over 21,000 followers online and beyond 300,000 plays on track ‘100 Times Over’, it’s hard to believe Manchester’s talented triad Cassia have only been playing together for two years. Soon to embark on their Movers and...

Saffron Records celebrates 2nd birthday!

➤  7 September, 2017, 13:00 | by:

We couldn’t be more excited to work with Saffron Records on celebrating their 2nd birthday next Thursday at Mr Wolf’s – with special guest performances from Brighton alt-pop four-piece Kudu Blue, label artist China Bowls and their Mix...

Stevie Parker unveils the truth on ‘The Cure’

➤  18 May, 2017, 18:20 | by:

Her signature blonde messy bun and monochrome outfits are only a fraction of the plethora of little things that make up Stevie Parker’s mysterious yet appealing vibe. Or maybe they’re the perfect representation of what her music...

Dot to Dot Festival 2017: CROOX

➤  17 May, 2017, 20:00 | by:

Get to know electro pop collective CROOX ahead of their set at Dot to Dot Festival next weekend! Introduce yourselves, how did it all start? Hello, we are CROOX, nice to meet you! It all started about...

Dot to Dot Festival 2017: Jesse Terry

➤  14 May, 2017, 15:49 | by:

Get to know New England based singer-songwriter Jesse Terry ahead of his performance at this year’s Dot to Dot Festival. Introduce yourself, how did it all start? Hey I’m Jesse Terry, a New England based singer-songwriter, exploring...

Dot to Dot Festival 2017: Kudu Blue

➤  10 May, 2017, 17:42 | by:

We’re back with another interview where you can find out more about some of the artist’s playing at this year’s Dot to Dot Festival. Next up are Brighton four-piece Kudu Blue. Introduce yourselves, how did it all...

Dot to Dot Festival 2017: Avante Black

➤  5 May, 2017, 17:06 | by:

Photo: Olivia Richardson Dot to Dot Festival returns to Bristol on 27th May and we couldn’t be more excited. Ahead of the award-winning music event this month, we’re kicking off our mini series of interviews on some...

Interview: Breakfast Records celebrates first birthday

➤  26 April, 2017, 18:30 | by:

There’s been a huge surge of DIY projects and labels over the last 12 months, all of them making their imprint in the ever-growing Bristol music scene. However, there’s one label in particular that has stood out....

Interview: the beginning and now of No Violet

➤  5 April, 2017, 13:05 | by:

Dot to Dot Festival 2016 was an overwhelming spectacle swamping the city centre with an utter deluge of bands from numerous far flung locations. One of the acts that stuck in my mind however, was No Violet...

Interview: Husky Loops go live with debut EP

➤  2 April, 2017, 16:30 | by:

“I suppose you could roughly class them as post punk with strong psych elements but that really wouldn’t do justice to the sheer shock value of the music” – words on Husky Loops live performance at The Crofters...