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INTERVIEW: Dog In The Snow

Dog In The Snow is the moniker of Brighton-based Helen Ganya Brown, accompanied by friend, musician and visual artist Eva Bowan. The band experiments with existential-driven lyrics and layers of off-kilter sounds to create a peripatetic musical landscape. Their debut EP Uncanny Valley is…

BEST OF YOUTUBE: James Bond Themes

As Sam Smith unveils ‘The Writing’s On The Wall’, the theme to this year’s Bond film, Spectre, our writers take a look down the barrel of a gun with YouTube in the firing line. From the covers to the demoes to…

INTERVIEW: Flesh

Manchester based Flesh are a band getting us excited here at Gigslutz HQ.Along with their first headline tour in September, Flesh will joining Rat Boy on two of his headline dates as well as supporting The Enemy in November. Ahead…

INTERVIEW: Reverend And The Makers

Reverend and The Makers are one of the most overlooked bands this millennium has seen. In spite of this, they are also one of the treasured bands about, building up a huge loyal fan base on the back of their raucous…

INTERVIEW: Clay @ Bingley Music Live

As part of our festival coverage at this year’s Bingley Music Live, Gigslutz had the opportunity to interview one of Leeds’ most promising new bands – Clay. We discuss singles, dressing room antics and what the future holds for the…

FILM: Legend

Rating: HE SAID Tom Hardy snarls and spits his way through this violent, glossy portrait of The Kray brothers and their reign over East London. So impressive is his dual performance as the sociopathic but charming Reggie and the feral,…

Introducing Interview: Whitecliff

Last year, LIPA graduates Whitecliff became the first band to sign to The Libertines’ Gary Powell’s label, 25 Hour Convenience Store. Since then, they’ve released a single, received airplay from the likes of XFM and 6Music, and supported The Libertines at…

LIVE: Reading Festival, 28th – 30th August 2015

As one of the biggest festivals in the UK, Reading is always going to come in for some stick from ‘festival purists’. The commercial nature and heavily sponsored image of the world famous event makes certain would-be festival goers claim…