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Unsigned Act Of The Week: Made Violent

Made Violent – the criminally underexposed band I discovered by chance when they followed me on Twitter – are back with their third single, and ‘Dirty’ may just be their best yet. With an untamed vivacity comparable to that of…

Sugarmen LIVE on a boat @ Cooking Soup 29.3.14

This is one of the stranger but more charismatic nights Gigslutz has covered over the last year. Tonight’s venue happens to be an anchored boat on the River Thames on the iconic Embankment of London. Sea legs at the ready…

Ones To Watch: Interview with Bullets With Blue Eyes

Indie-Mod trio, Bullets With Blue Eyes, are currently being hailed as “The next band for the people, with future anthems…” And it’s easy to see why. With their unique and eclectic sound, soulful dedication and with some help from Brian Cannon…

Unsigned Act Of The Week: Interview with Reporters

 Reporters have done a lot in the last year: as well as releasing a 7 track mini-album, receiving acclaim from various magazines, critics and sites, they have also attended multiple BBC Introducing sessions. James Reynolds decided to check out what…

Interview With Turk Tresize

Turk Tresize, hailing from Melbourne, Australia, has one of the most powerful and influential sounds around; his thought-provoking debut album, ‘Soul Casino’, shaping into one of the most prominent records of the moment. Ella Scott caught up with Turk to…

Unsigned Act Of The Week: Jordan Allen

Although Manchester has seen both the rise and fall of Britpop, there’s no doubt that the city is still the forerunner in creating rock ‘n’ roll and – in the words of Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner  – “That rock ‘n’…

Morain – ‘Worlds Apart’ EP Review

Following the success of their last EP – 2012’s ‘Are We Lost?’ – Wakefield four-piece, Morain, now give us their latest EP, ‘Worlds Apart’. The strength of this creation shows that the year and a half spent lapping up their new…

Ones To Watch: Ziegler Company

This four piece band, based in South East London, is a fairly odd bunch: a former Thai monk, a Goldsmith’s graduate, a bookworm and, well, the fourth guy.  However, somehow it works. Ziegler Co.’s  folk-rock-indie echoes Latin American rhythms and…