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Interview: THE TWANG

After two years away Birmingham’s The Twang are finally back with their fourth studio album ‘Neon Twang’ released on the 10th of March. We caught up with bass player, Jon Watkin as he trudged through the muggy streets of Birmingham…

Gigslutz Interview: DAVIDGE

Neil Davidge might not be a household name, but the music he has had a hand in creating has filled many rooms in many households over many years. Since working with Massive Attack on their Mercury Award nominated third album…

Gigslutz Interview: Black Onassis’ Christopher Karloff

Christopher Karloff left Kasabian (or was asked to leave, the story has never been confirmed) during the recording of their second album ‘Empire’ in 2006 due to – all together now! – creative differences. Despite the fact that, as the…

Gigslutz Interview: GIANT STAR

Giant Star, they have balls and seemingly pretty large ones.  Their first album ‘Year Of The Snake’ takes on terrorists, the government and Rupert Murdoch.  Not only that but it sounds pretty awesome too.  Style and substance, you betcha!  We…

Gigslutz Interview: DEXTERS

For those who favour their rock ‘n’ roll rough, ready and sprinked with hints of the legends; meet Dexters. The East London five-piece (Frontman Tom, guitarists Chris & Ben, bass player Jamie and Chris on drums) formed in 2011,  during…

Gigslutz Interview: JOHN BUTLER TRIO

Australia’s John Butler Trio release their sixth studio album, ‘Flesh And Blood’, next week. While they’re huge back home (with #1 albums and ARIA awards – like BRITs but Australian…), it’s more of a cult following over here, with smaller…

Gigslutz Interview: THE FRATELLIS

Following a 3 year hiatus, The Fratellis returned at the end of last year with their third album ‘We Need Medicine’. As they prepare to release their latest single from the album ‘She’s Not Gone Yet But She’s Leaving’ Gigslutz…

Gigslutz Interview With: Cage The Elephant

Cage The Elephant first bounced on to the scene in early 2008, with their southern blues tinged garage rock sound, in fitting with the Black Keys and early Kings of Leon. Cage The Elephant may have dropped off the UK’s…

Gigslutz Interview With: Mark Morriss

Having fronted the Britpop band The Bluetones, Mark Morriss is no stranger to success. The band achieved thirteen Top 40 singles and three Top 10 albums in the UK charts in a career spanning eighteen years. Mark Morriss is now…

Gigslutz Interview With: LARRY TEE

The charming and vibrant atmosphere of East London perfectly matches with the bright and fascinating personality of Larry Tee. Behind his distinctive and funny glasses, his vivid and smart glance spreads enthusiasm and energy. Larry’s eyes are experienced eyes. They…