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Gigslutz Previews – KENDALL CALLING

Kendal Calling has announced an incredible first crop of artists to perform at the 8th edition of this multi award winning Lake District festival.  Situated in one of the most beautiful locations in the UK, Kendal Calling has established a reputation…

Cast & The Twang Announce Co Headline Tour

    CO-HEADLINE TOUR – MAY 2013   Tuesday 7th May – Bournemouth, The Old Fire Station Thursday 9 May – London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire Friday 10 May – Bristol, O2 Academy Saturday 11 May – Birmingham, O2 Academy…

Big Daddy Kane – LIVE @ East Village Arts Centre

As BIG DADDY KANE’S DJ warms the crowd with shout outs of “let me hear you” and “Liverpool, are you in the house” some pre gig enthusiasm starts to slip away. This pre planned nonsense which will happen regardless of…

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 Radio Show – March 2013

Due to some bull shit copyright laws over a Black Rebel Motorcycle Club tune, Soundcloud have stopped us uploading the last months show. We haven’t felt this repressed since the Criminal Justice Bill! Dangerous Dave and Jam Luckhurst put in…

Gigslutz Blogs: The Genius of NILE RODGERS

The older I get I have to admit that it gets increasingly difficult to keep up with what is de rigueur in the ever changing moods of the hit parade / top 40 / download chart or whatever it is…