Tag: new music

Introducing Interview and Gigslutz Premiere: She Drew The Gun

She Drew The Gun is an extremely captivating Liverpool-based collaborative project, fronted by the phenomenal Louisa Roach.  The group have given Gigslutz the honor of premiering the brand-new video for their debut single ‘If You Could See’, which is available…

WATCH: Blair Jollands – ‘Stars Will Descend’

Blair Jollands returns with his fantastic forthcoming single, ‘Stars Will Descend’. The single is out 23rd March with his album Half Life out shortly after in April. The song is beautiful and dreamy and, although the pace is slower than…

Ones To Watch: Desperate Journalist

There is a lot to be said for making truly good pop music without developing clichés along the way. The London based four-piece, Desperate Journalist have a sense of that about them; highlighting that direct and straight to the point vision for melody…

EP REVIEW: Pusher – ‘10,000 Hours’

Inflicting a complex barrier of noise, consisting of dominating basslines and moody vocals, the 10,000 Hours EP places Pusher in a position where they are almost ready to battle against the biggest bands in music. Depicting a mature outlook on…

SLUG LIVE @ St Moritz, 09.01.15

Having never been to the St Mortiz club, I’m slightly taken aback by just how small it is: a cosy, beamed, ski-shack kind of a vibe with possibly the tiniest stage I’ve ever seen. It probably also seems even smaller…

Introducing Interview: The Vultures

The recipients of the Best Alternative Act at the Exposure Music Awards 2013/2014 were The Vultures, the multinational London-based sextet, at the forefront of their game. Residing within a genre described as ‘neogothic altpop’, which sees the band choosing to amalgamate typical…

EP Review: The Spitting Pips – ‘Acid Soul’

Hailing from North Wales The Spitting Pips present their debut EP Acid-Soul, encapsulating the spirit of British rock throughout the ages decorated with flecks of an American neo-psychedelic sound. The EP contains two raw rock anthems and is as loud…

Tracks Of The Week, 05.01.14

Admittedly, I’m a bit late to the La Shark party. They’ve been around since 2006 (Ok, very late…), but – with their debut album out at the end of this month – I have luckily, finally, come across these eccentric…

Interview: Gary Powell

Ahead of his gig at Jack Rocks @ The Macbeth, we managed to grab a chat with The Libertines drummer and legend Gary Powell, to talk his new project with singer Iris Gold and to get to the bottom of…