Interviews

Gigslutz speaks to The Good Natured

The Good Natured have certainly been making the right noises recently with their 90’s rave pop inspired single ‘5 HT’ and with their album due for release later this year the only way it seems is upwards for the Hampshire…

Twisted Wheel Interview

Mancunian rockers Twisted Wheel recently released their second album “Do It Again,” which consists of music ranging from Rock ‘n’ Roll to Punk. Sam Lightle and Connor Mullins caught up with them before they went on stage at The Cluny in…

Hudson Taylor Interview

Having honed their craft at an early age busking in Dublin, the brothers – Alfie and Harry (Hudson Taylor is their surname) – still only 18 and 20 respectively, have become a word-of-mouth favourite with their energetic live shows. Their…

Skip & Die Interview

Skip & Die are making a big impact in Europe at the minute. They’ve just finished a sold tour, played all the major festivals and had a number of TV appearances. We caught up with them prior to their debut…

Desert Ships Interview

Before the launch of their epic single ‘Control’, Desert Ships stopped by for a quick chat and a controversial spelling test…

Marner Brown Interview

Marner Brown took a break from recording their debut album at The Charlatans Big Mushroom studio’s to have quick gab with Gigslutz on their Pledge Campaign, getting piggy backs off Mick Jagger and Jacob’s snapped banjo string. Ouch.

Gigslutz speaks to Willy Mason

In preparation for Willy Mason’s much anticipated third studio album ‘Carry On’ and forthcoming tour Gigslutz caught up with the man himself to find out what the craic is Gigslutz: Hello Willy lad! Willy Mason: Hello! Where are you calling…

The Carpels Interview

Before their recent London headline gig, hotly tipped Birmingham mob The Carpels let us into their tiny changing room for a quick chat to tell us more about their their tour, plans for the future and other important things such…

Gigslutz meets Steve Craddock

Before his recent gig at the Half Moon in Putney, the legend that is Steve Craddock (OCS, Weller) let us into his dressing room to pinch some of his beer and have a quick chat.