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INTERVIEW: Jacqui Abbott

When their first album together in fourteen years was only kept from entering at number one by new releases from Coldplay and Michael Jackson, it’s fair to say that it was a surprise all round. “Never in a million years…

ALBUM: Holy Holy ‘When The Storms Would Come’

Rating: If you’re a fan of Semisonic or The Boxer Rebellion, you need to open your ears to the sound of the incredible Holy Holy. Following the success of their EP, The Pacific, the Australian band are due to release their…

10 of the Best Madchester Anthems

Nostalgia is a heady thing, and this summer has seen the revival of one of the best loved bygone eras of the late 80’s/early 90’s. Stepping into the limelight is the Madchester scene and, as it’s name would suggest, its…

For The Record: Joy Division-Unknown Pleasures

Gigslutz contributor and Features Editor, Katie Muxworthy, takes a look at one of the records that changed the way she looked at music. Exploring the depths of each track, the ill fated life and death of lead singer Ian Curtis…

Introducing Interview: Broken Back

Meet Jérôme Fagnet, a 25-year-old singer, songwriter and producer, who goes by the name Broken Back, signed World-Wide to Columbia France, RCA and B1 Recordings.  Born in France,  Broken Back was playing jazz from an early age, but it was in 2012…

Introducing Interview: Amber Leaves

Alternative London based band Amber Leaves prove somewhat hard to define with their illusive indie and dance-pop. The group came together as outcasts from Leeds University to formulate innovative rock-pop, which stretches towards the orchestral. Now signed to Musical Fruit Records,…

INTERVIEW: Pete Wilkinson (AVIATOR)

Following the release of the brilliant album ‘No Friend Of Mind’, Pete Wilkinson brings his side project AVIATOR to Liverpool’s Bridewell for a special one off show this weekend. Ahead of the gig we caught with the man himself. Hello…

Interview: Girls Names

With their distinctive dark indie pop noises and euphoric notes, Girls Names are fast becoming the best thing to come out of Northern Ireland since The Undertones. With their new album ‘Arms Around A Vision’ easily being their most immediate, forceful…

Introducing Interview: AFFAIRS

Manchester band AFFAIRS are quickly becoming a well known name on the indie circuit. Having supported the likes of Alt-J and Dog Is Dead, and being championed by the likes of John Kennedy and Steve Lamacq, it won’t be long…