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LIVE: Fontains D.C. @ Rock City Nottingham. 12/10/21

Review and photography by: Jonathan Taylor Instagram: jonathantaylorphotography Nearing the back end of an extensive 20 date UK tour, Fontaines D.C.’s next port of call is the iconic Rock City in Nottingham. It is immediately clear on arrival that as…

INTERVIEW: The Lathums

  Interview by Jonathan Taylor Instagram: @jonathantaylorphotography After the release of a few standalone tracks and the notable success through the power of social media of the single ‘The Great Escape’ The Lathums have catapulted forward at an impressive pace…

INTERVIEW: Sea Fever

Photo credit: Anthony Harrison Sea Fever is a five piece collective fronted by Iwan Gronow (Haven, Johnny Marr) on vocals and guitars, alongside singer Beth Cassidy (Section 25), the collective also features New Order’s Tom Chapman and Phil Cunningham –…

INTERVIEW: Jim Bob

On the back of last years amazing ‘Pop Up Jim Bob’ album, the one and only Jim Bob is at it again. The 20th August will see the release of his new album ‘Who Do We Hate Today’ (we’ve heard…

25th anniversary celebration of Rob Collins

25th anniversary celebration of Rob Collins

When mentioning Hammond organ players, names that roll off the tongue as being in the legendary category might include Booker T Jones, Ian McLagan and Jimmy Smith, to name but a few in a long line who have taken up…

ALBUM REVIEW: Sir-Vere – Singulus (Big fat Mama Beats)

There’s something wonderfully free about the Sir-Vere first came to this writer’s attention a few years back with singles like ‘Holy Fool’ and ‘Night Time’. There’s something wonderfully free about the music the Milton Keynes trio – recently expanded to…

INTERVIEW: De Wolt

Neukölln-based trio De Wolt are the latest act to emerge on the eclectic but reliably on point Hypernatural Recordings in Berlin, Germany and specialise in creating innovative music that blends electronics without being limited to or restricted by the confines of the…

INTERVIEW: The Skinner Brothers

With a headline show at the 100 Club and support slots with The Streets looming, London based four-piece The Skinner Brothers are a band going places. Ahead of the release of their superb new EP ‘Iconic’ we caught up with the…