Interviews

Introducing: Du Bellows

This band has been given the thumbs up by Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin who said of them “there is a cosmic counterpoint alive and well here”, and when you hear them live for the first time you’ll know whereof…

Introducing Interview: The Nyx

Raucous, riotous and really, really wonderful, The Nyx deliver powerful offerings with an electrifying energy, and I just can’t get enough. Having wowed us at our February gig night at The Finsbury, they are one of the most exciting new…

Interview: La Bête Blooms

Last year we tipped La Bête Blooms to be “one of the most exciting and strongest forces in music right now”; this year, armed with a fresh EP, the Hull band are doing everything right to put them in the…

Introducing Interview: Fuzzystar

Having been playing solo and in various line ups for years, Andy Thomson – aka Fuzzystar – was selected for The Guardian’s Edinburgh Alternative Music Playlist last July, and is now set to release his new album. With offerings oozing scuzzy,…

INTERVIEW: LIFE

It’s no secret that necessity is the mother of creation, and LIFE are a shining example. With a DIY ethos stemming from being unsigned, and the chaos of our current world making for angsty, riotous tunes, LIFE make the best…

Introducing Interview: Caswell

South London artist Caswell creates rich electronic soundscapes, oozing her soulful, crystal-clear vocals and soaring melodies. With her new single ‘Animal’ out now, we caught up with Caswell to find out more…  Hi Caswell, welcome to Gigslutz! Can you tell us…

Introducing Interview: Curse Of Lono

Formed in 2015 by Felix Bechtolsheimer, following the break up of British roots pioneers Hey Negrita, Curse Of Lono create cinematic Americana filled with harmonies and eerie undertones. Following the release of a four track EP last year, and much…

INTERVIEW: Bloody Knees

Whilst I’ve heard a lot about it and missed loads of good gigs there, I’ve never been to the Sebright Arms, which is part of the reason I was excited to see Bloody Knees play at the newly refurbished venue on…

Introducing Interview: The Phantoms

Having supported the likes of Catfish And The Bottlemen, and played Isle Of Wight festival, Scottish band The Phantoms have been wowing crowds over the last couple of years with their sweeping indie rock anthems.  With a new single out…

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