Category: Features

Big in 2019: The Seamonsters

Who: The Seamonsters – Naomi Mann (lead vocals), Lauren Smith (bass/backing vocals), Holly Thompson (lead guitar), Tassie Drobinski (rhythm guitar), Ella Taylor (keyboard) and Ciara Hurding (drums). What genre: Indie-glitter When did they start: 2013 Where: The Seamonsters are from Sheffield, UK….

PREVIEW: Fitz Promotion presents The Taboos

This Thursday (January 10) Fitz Promotions are kicking off their 2019 in style via a special 4-band billed show at Portsmouth’s Wedgewood Rooms.   After a cracker of 2018, Fitz Promotions (Billy Fitzjohn and Conor Clements) are back with a…

ALL TALK: Bros, when ‘our’ screaming begins…

Half way through the new documentary, ‘Bros: After The Screaming Stops’, viewers find Matt and Luke Goss wandering around Southwark, visiting old haunts and haunting old homes. They squint and peer. They loiter. They can’t seem to remember. Who were…

A new music guide to Christmas: Zuzu

As we root through our cupboards to find scarves, coats and every layer possible for the next few months, summer and festivals may be the last things on our minds. But, with the new year so close, here at Gigslutz,…

INTERVIEW: Graeme Park

Ahead of the release of his brilliant new compilation ‘Long Live House’ we caught up with house music pioneer Graeme Park for a bit of a chinwag…. Can you remember when and where you’re introduction to the sound of House…

A new music guide to Christmas: Jeffe

As we root through our cupboards to find scarves, coats and every layer possible for the next few months, summer and festivals may be the last things on our minds. But, with the new year so close, here at Gigslutz,…

A new music guide to Christmas: Malena Zavala

As we root through our cupboards to find scarves, coats and every layer possible for the next few months, summer and festivals may be the last things on our minds. But, with the new year so close, here at Gigslutz,…

Introducing Interview: Toothpaste

‘Minty fresh’ four-piece TOOTHPASTE have been making waves in the London music scene recently, and with their dreamlike sound, it is certainly understandable why.  We caught up with the band ahead to discuss inspiration, life as Toothpaste and what the…

GALLERY: Strange Bones @ Deaf Institute, Manchester, 12.10.18

Frighteningly chaotic yet utterly sublime – a Strange Bones gig is no place for the fainthearted.  The burly bands’ headline set at Manchester’s Deaf Institute on Saturday, October 12, produced a surging atmosphere and exhibited gigantic personality.  Photographer, Nidge Sanders…

Music Venue Mania: London

Since the callous demon of gentrification has swept across England like a bad smell, its capital and the venues that make it one of the best clubbing cities in Europe has faced the rough and tumble. However, it is not…