IN FOR QUESTIONING: Vinyl Staircase Take The Smooth Approach With New Single ‘Sidewalk’, Upcoming EP and Tour!

Having chatted with the Vinyl Staircase guys at the start of the 2019 it seems they’ve had a busy year having dropped a new single, started planning a tour and have another single and EP on the way! With a slick approach to their infection on our ears we were grateful to have a banterful Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: ‘Gaffa Tape Sandy’ Talk Touring With Skegss, Dogs & The Idea Of Gaffa Tape Sponsorship.

With infectious indie-pop anthems, or as the bands kid brother says in the intro that Gaffa Tape Sandy have “banging tunes” coupled with a dog on the front cover of their EP our Editor James Wadsworth has been literally sending GTS’s EP in the Underscore Part 3’s group chats over and over. To be fair Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: 60s Influenced Newcomers Weird Milk Show Us Why We Can Still Enjoy Sounds That Aren’t Narky Post-Punk With Their Angelic Numbers.

Having caught our attention firstly with their name and then confirmed our interest with their soulful vibes on new single Honey, I’m Around we had to get the band huddled round a computer where we had an email exchange with them all. Hi, how are you? Your latest single Honey, I’m Around has recently dropped, how’s everyone Continue Reading

Reading & Leeds Spotlight Interview: Irish Sing-Songwriter Somebody’s Child

Irish singer-songwriter Somebody’s Child, known by friends as ‘Cian’ and by us here at Underscore Part 3 as a ‘phenomenal talent’. After his electric, energetic and insanely good performance on Saturday at O’Meara, in honour of Radio X’s John Kennedy, we just had to find out more! When we did find out more we quickly Continue Reading

LET’S GET PUNNY: No Hot Ashes Answer Questions With us Based on Puns of Their Song Titles.

This Friday No Hot Ashes release possibly the only indie punk concept album in existence, Hardship Starship which is emblazoned with UFO imagery and opens with lead single Extra Terrestrial. Kindly lead singer Issac offered to take part in our game ‘Lets Get Punny’ where we get to know bands through puns of their song Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Dead Nature proves rock is alive and well, as Tarek Musa reveals all..?

Liverpudlian Tarek Musa is probably best known for his work with the now sadly broken up indie-punk rockers Spring King. With stints supporting Kasabian, Courtney Barnett and Kaiser Chiefs, Spring King Tarek released a number of singles as well as two albums — and then the band announced that they were calling it a day, Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Flowvers, the Most Promising Export Since Since Fellow Pompey Indie Lads The Kooks.

Portsmouth’s music scene cannot be said to be bursting full of talent but when it does throw up something it gives us a true gem, last time it was The Kooks and 15 years later we’re being serenaded on the sea with the equally catchy summer sing-alongs of new kids on the block Flowvers. With Continue Reading

INTERVIEW: Wasuremono; Take An Exclusive Step Into The Home Studio Of The Band.

Having just released their second album Are You Ok? in less than a full calendar year Wasuremono’s brainchild William Southward doesn’t seem stuck for ideas. Kindly William allowed us exclusive access to his shed to learn about how his ideas come together before later becoming the work of the Wasuremono. Hi, how are you? Or more Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Miss June; “Instead Of Trying To ‘Break The Glass Ceiling” [As Women] We Need To Construct Buildings Of Our Own.”

In For Questioning is the feature pointing readers in the direction of bands you may not have heard of yet, but in a year they’ll be playing all the right venues and on all the right tours and you’ll be left thinking “oh crap, I remember seeing that name on Underscore Part 3 but didn’t Continue Reading