Interviews

Interview: Sunset Sons

Sunset Sons may have been quiet on the front of new music recently but they’re certainly back. Their fresh music “Problems” is the first taste of their long awaited forthcoming second album alongside a string of intimate gigs. We got…

INTERVIEW: Mr Williamz

Ahead of the release of his forthcoming single: ‘More Weed’ ft Big Zeeks, Mr Williamz – A soundsystem veteran known for his authentic blend of reggae and dancehall, talks performing with Stephen Marley, featuring in Idris Elba’s film: ‘Yardie’ and…

Interview: Dinosaur Pile-Up at Download

Having released their fourth studio album just weeks before, Dinosaur Pile-Up injected vigorous energy into a sleepy Sunday morning at Download festival, turning hung over festivalgoers into moshers.   You were one of the first bands to play today, did…

Interview: Queen Zee at Download Festival

Queen Zee’s set at Download festival created carnage, as riotous crowds packed into the tent to see this band play, with lead singing Zee taking to the stage shirtless with pink Adidas trousers, fishnets and her iconic pink hair.  …

INTERVIEW: The Hunna

The Hunna had a very turbulent time in 2018, with the highs of sophomore album, Dare, to the lows of the legal battles whilst changing record labels. However, they look to be bouncing back in 2019 as they prepare for a huge…

INTERVIEW: HEALTH

Whilst there was a wealth of talent to see at 2019’s All Points East Festival, we were drawn to the newly refurbished JägerHaus on Friday 31st May to see LA noise merchants HEALTH, who were headlining the lineup for DIY Magazine’s…

INTERVIEW: The Blinders

The Blinders have had one hell of a time of it recently. From their amazing sold out shows to their critically acclaimed debut album ‘Columbia’. We got the chance to chat to the band before their latest headline tour, great…

Strange Bones Announce Tour + Interview

Psychedelic, punk band Strange Bones, hailing from Blackpool have just announced a UK tour alongside the release of their new single Vicious. Having previously supported Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, Yonaka and Cabbage, the band are taking the headline spot, playing 10 live shows…

Interview: The Hunna

The Hunna had a very turbulent time in 2018, with the highs of sophomore album, Dare, to the lows of the legal battles whilst changing record labels. However, they look to be bouncing back in 2019 as they embark on a brand…