Interviews

Jam Luckhurst speaks to – DEL BARBER

With a beautiful folk voice and a concept behind every guitar note, Del Barber sings parables without preaching or political teaching, just pure stories of real people. Having come all the way from Canada, Del was a pleasure to meet…

Gigslutz speaks to – THE TWANG

Birmingham rockers The Twang have recently returned with a great new album 10.20 and are about to embark on a joint headline tour with Cast. We caught up with lead singer Phil Etheridge to find out whats been going on…

Gigslutz interview with – ITCH

Former King Blues front man and electro-punk MC Itch will be giving Brighton a taster of his hard-hitting, beats fuelled sound at this weekends Great Escape Festival. Performing two shows on Saturday 18th May, this will be Itch’s first solo…

Gigslutz speaks to – WHITE BONE RATTLE

Following my sojourn down to Maidstone for the Maidstone Fringe Festival, I was taken aback by one band in particular and asked laid back drummer extraordinaire Liam Chrisp from White Bone Rattle if he’d mind spilling some beans. Enjoy… GS: Hello Liam, how are…

Jam Luckhurst speaks to – THE BRAND NEW HEAVIES

Inspired by James Brown and leaking happiness from their songs including ‘Sunlight’ and ‘Turn The Music Up’ the Brand New Heavies new album ‘Forward’ takes you back to the 90’s with instrumental funk and jazz. This album invites everyone to…

Gigslutz interview with – PARLOUR FLAMES

After playing some of the biggest gigs of all time and 9 solo albums you would forgive Bonehead and Vinny Peculiar if they had decided it was time leave the music business all alone and put their feet up. Thankfully,…

Gigslutz interview with – FOSSIL COLLECTIVE

Fossil Collective consists of multi-instrumentalists David Fendick and Jonny Hooker.  The two-piece have been working together for years, having previously been in successful Leeds band Vib Gyor together. Their debut album was released in early April and they are currently on…

Jam Luckhurst speaks to – R I V U L E T

Inspired by their parents 70’s and 80’s record collections, R I V U L E T describe themselves as a modern day mix of dance, trip hop, ambience and alternative. As highlighted in just one sentence, they have one of…

Gigslutz interview with – JOSH KUMRA

If you’re wondering where you recognised the name Josh Kumra from there is a good chance you have heard him as part of the number one hit ‘Don’t Go’ on which he appeared with Wretch 32. Since then the troubadour…

Gigslutz speaks to – THE PIGEON DETECTIVES

With platinum and gold selling records to their name The Pigeon Detectives have been in the premier league of bands over the last decade. After the initial furore of the mid 2000’s when everything en vogue meant heaving a guitar,…