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Scottish singer Tom Walker has exploded onto the UK Charts this week with his debut album  smashing the competition and jumping straight to number one. Released on March 1st, “What a Time to Be Alive” is made up of 10 songs and includes the hugely popular “Leave a Light On”, which previously reached number 7 in […]

I walked into the small underground cave and was met with fairy lights strung across the brick walls, candles lighting my way and the soft guitar strums from Bridlington duo Seafret.  I was nervous as I approached to interview them, suddenly feeling star struck that the small band I had fallen in love with as […]

With it being a mere 148 days until Glasgow Green opens its gates to every bucket-hat-wearing, dark fruits sipping teenager of our generation, it is a wonder when the TRNSMT line-up is going to make its appearance on our social medias. Sure, the rumours have been varied and have gone from plausible acts like Catfish […]

I had the incredible opportunity to meet the lovely musicians of the band allusinlove. Down-to-earth, highly motivated and full of energy, they made the crowd go wild with smashing songs like ‘Bad Girls’ and ‘All Good People’. I sat down with the vocalist of allusinlove, Jason Moules, to discuss their UK tour, latest EP and […]

Seven years ago Gavin James played his first live performance, as support for Ingrid Michaelson, at Oran Mor. During this year’s Celtic Connections he returned to that very same stage, to his first two nights of the UK leg of his ‘Only Ticket Home World Tour’. To warm up the crowd, Norwegian Hanne Leland took […]

I: How has tour been so far? Matt Barnes: Really good. We haven’t been on tour for quite a while now, so it’s kinda weird to be back on the road. It’s even weirder doing the old songs, as well because we normally sort of play the same rough setlist every single time we go […]

I couldn’t turn down the opportunity to interview the DMA’s when it arose for their weekend performing in the Glasgow Barrowlands. I sat down with lead singer Tommy O’Dell. The Australian indie-rock band lit up the Barrowlands last weekend with two nights performing. The DMA’s have had a huge year performing at Reading and Leeds […]

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30th November 2018

When the opportunity arose for me to interview the American trio “Sunflower Bean” I had to jump at the chance, so I sat down with Nick and Jacob from the band before their show in Glasgow to talk about their latest UK tour, their new single and somehow Buckfast? (more…)

London-based ‘The Japanese House’ kicked off their 2018 tour in St Lukes, Glasgow, with support from ‘Art School Girlfriend.’ The brain behind The Japanese House – Amber Bain – blends dream pop and electronica together using guitars, synth, and percussion in this ambient solo-project four-piece.  The Japanese House’s sound has been compared to the 1975, […]

Me: How’s the tour going so far?   Theo: It’s going fantastic! Its our first headline tour so we’re sort of learning the ins and outs of what that is for us as performers and we’re amazed at how our crowds have been lovely and dancey and really receptive, Which is something going into this […]

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6th November 2018

From being named one of BBC Sounds of 2018to performing on Later…With Jools Holland,singer-songwriter Sam Fender is the newest musician to get his music in the minds of the youth. (more…)

When the opportunity arised to interview electric pop power duo ‘Bad Sounds’, I had to take it. Following on from the release of their debut album ‘Get Better’, the band announced a UK tour. I attended their gig at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow, where I also got the chance to catch up […]

When Wolf Alice’s debut album My Love Is Cool arrived in 2015 the British Rock genre had been solidified and stagnated since the decline of its popularity in the late 2000s and early 2010s with a small few mainstay acts such as Arctic Monkeys maintaining commercial (and critical) success as the Brit Pop structures the […]

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29th October 2018

Stars-5 out of 5 It has been a long three years since the band ‘Twenty One Pilots’ last released any new music, aside from their release in honour of the movie ‘Suicide Squad’, where they covered My Chemical Romance’s song ‘Cancer’. Their last album ‘Blurryface’ broke the mainstream barrier for the American duo, being the […]

Coming off the back of a very exciting year; from playing sold-out shows in February to smashing the King Tuts stage at TRNSMT and now a line-up of shows all around the UK, The Snuts have been killing the game as high-flying rock stars. (more…)