Tag: britpop

INTERVIEW: Mathew Priest – Dodgy

Earlier this month Dodgy released their 6th studio album ‘What Are We Fighting For’ and have had a summer full of packed festival shows and headline gigs. We spoke to Drummer Matt Priest about their new material, their view from the inside…

New Track: The Ties – ‘The Showtime’

The Ties are the latest brit-pop enthused, ironically Roman, band on the music scene. Inspired by the likes of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Oasis and Kasabian, the band strongly suggest their musical influences throughout the entirety of their new…

LIVE: Vangoffey – The Social, London 14.03.16

If ‘The Trials of a Modern Man’ are as numerous as Vangoffey‘s single suggests, frontman Danny Goffey seemed unfazed by them on Monday night as he played to a packed crowd at London’s trendy venue, The Social. The former Supergrass…

Interview: Ric Rawlins on The Super Furry Animals

Ric Rawlins‘ new book, Rise of The Super Furry Animals, charts the iconic 90s Welsh band from margins to mainstream in a constantly surprising, and often hilarious, way. Pete Cary spoke to the author to find out what fans can…

10 OF THE BEST MUSIC DOCUMENTARIES

To celebrate the release of new documentaries about two of our fave artists – Nick Cave’s 20,000 Days on Earth and Big Star’s Nothing Can Hurt Me – Gigslutz presents ten of the most captivating films to explore the stories behind…

Gigslutz Presents The Best of Youtube… Liam Gallagher

Once again we ask one of our brave writers to dive headfirst into the always baffling, sometimes spine-chilling, never fully comprehensible world of the internet in search of only the best videos starring your favourite rock ‘n’ roll characters. Our…

SPLIT FESTIVAL SPOTLIGHT: OCEAN COLOUR SCENE

Ocean Colour Scene need little introduction. Formed in 1989 in Moseley, Birmingham, they went on to achieve great success during the Britpop era, scoring four Top 10 albums (including a number one with Marchin’ Already) and six Top 10 singles. The band continue to…

Gigslutz Focus on SUPERFOOD

The days where you’d google “Superfood” and find nothing but pages of sites listing which fruit and veg are packed full of promises about curing your lifelong problems are long behind us. It’s been over a year since the unveiling…