Category: Features

INTRODUCING INTERVIEW: Beckie Margaret

When Parallel Lines first announced Beckie Margaret’s debut London gig at The Waiting Room earlier this year, I immediately scrawled it in to my diary (using ink, none of that pencil nonsense). As an avid fan of Cool Thing Records (the…

INTERVIEW: NONN

The sounds of Stockholm coldwave sensation NONN (aka Christian Eldefors) have been buzzing around my brain since I first heard his vitally named single ‘Need’ back in April this year. The understated but urgent nature of his tracks resonate as deeply as…

INTERVIEW: David Gedge of The Wedding Present

Ahead of his second appearance at the Shiiine On Weekender with his band The Wedding Present, Kevin Quinn caught up with David Gedge to find out what they have in store… Thirty years since George Best’s release, what are you…

INTERVIEW: Shaun Ryder

Happy Mondays play Shiiine On Weekender this November for a second time, and in anticipation for the event we have managed to coax a typically no holds barred interview out of front man and 90s icon Shaun Ryder. He gave…

PLAYLIST: September 2017

There’s no need to lament the end of festival season this month, because our playlist features a whole host of artists and bands who are ready to fill your ears with new tracks and good times. Whether you’re in to…

Guest Playlist: Julie Hawk

Any regular Gigslutz follower will know Julie Hawk as front woman of one of our most favourite bands, HAWK. However, now – in addition to continuing to create powerfully enchanting music – she has started a new creative venture, ‘Female…

PLAYLIST: August 2017

The sun might not be shining, but we’ve got eleven sparkling new tracks for you to listen to whilst you’re stuck at the bus stop, getting soaked in the rain on your way to work. We’ve got everything from lo-fi…

Guest Playlist: Emmanuelle Chateauneuf

Working with Chapterhouse Publishing, Canadian cartoonist Emmanuelle Chateauneuf is now set to release her debut graphic novel, Queen Street.  Set in the Ontario town of Sault Ste. Marie, known to its residents as “The Soo”, Queen Street follows twelve hours in the life of…