Interviews

INTERVIEW: David Borrie of Pirate Studios

Pirate Studios have been dubbed the future of studios, and with the backing of the likes of Dave McCabe, Carl Barat and This Feeling, that seems extremely likely. Having spent his life around music, and specifically in and out of…

Introducing Interview: Annabel Allum

With a new single out now, Guildford singer-songwriter Annabel Allum has previously garnered support from the likes of BBC 6Music and Radio X, and is already building quite a reputation for her unique live shows. Set to play SXSW and…

INTERVIEW: The Vryll Society

Gigslutz favourites The Vryll Society are set to cross the seas to wow American crowds at SXSW this month. The Liverpool based band have never played in the States before, but we’re sure their “liquid jams” will translate perfectly to new listeners. 2017…

Introducing Interview: Marnie

Having fronted electronic pioneers Ladytron, Marnie is now set to release her brand new solo album next month. Having already received acclaim from the likes of Pitchfork and Under the Radar, the album is filled with beautifully composed, pulsating electro-pop…

Introducing Interview: Army Of Bones

Having already received acclaim from the likes of The Revue and BBC Introducing and headlined shows across the country, Brighton-based band Army Of Bones are now set to release their debut album.  Filled with anthemic, emotion-strewn tracks, the album is…

Introducing Interview: DYVR

Having spent some time alone travelling, Gigslutz favourite Adam Cleaver has come back, decided to re-brand – change his artist name to DYVR, and take a new direction with his sound. Teaming up with producer Matt Harris (Hawk), DYVR creates…

Introducing Interview: Rainbrother

Following the success of his psychedelic folk project The Migrant, Danish artist Bjarke Bendtsen has just released the debut album from his new band Rainbrother. Produced by Noah Georgeson (The Strokes, Joanna Newsom), Tales From The Drought is a collection of beautifully…

Introducing Interview: Nadine Khouri

London-based British Lebanese musician and songwriter Nadine Khouri has recently played a number of notable performances at some of London’s most prestigious venues including The Union Chapel, Cecil Sharp House and Royal Festival Hall, and has just released her new album….