IN FOR QUESTIONING: Hanya are becoming one of this years most important cult success stories so we had to chat to them ahead of their new EP.

Hanya are easily becoming the first cult success story born out of sleepy coastal town Poole, and for us we couldn’t be happier to say those words. The now four piece band have taken the ‘traditional’ route to success- from bedroom solo project- to 2 piece emotional outlet- to DIY hard graft- to tiny indie Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: Panic Shack seem to be alarmed at ‘Who’s Got My Lighter’ whereas we’re desperate for a stream of the single!

Just because you’re a major league radio DJ doesn’t mean you’re a legend, but in Huw Stephens case he is the second- we love him! Huw is known for promoting the work of Welsh musicians, his work with championing new acts from all over and lastly his more primetime work. And this brings us to Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: We had to ‘Bang, Bang, Bang’ out an interview with indie-pop sensation Lauran Hibberd.

You know the deal, we love an artist and we suspect you will too so we use our magical powers to track them down to find out more. These q and a’s can range from short dull answers to much, much more; Lauran proves that she’s not only a hit with words in her songs, Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: South Coast’s post-punk grooving Bird Shoes sat down for a chat about 2020 plans and much more.

Bird Shoes have been kicking around the south coast scene for a couple of years now, but like many it can take time to take to the first bunch of songs to blossom- and in 2019 that’s just what they have done. Having released three singles under Killing Moon Records, playing alongside Wolf Alice at Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: We definitely aren’t going to ‘Trash Talk’ about Lazybones with their recent banging single.

With Lazybones latest single Trash Talk still ringing in our ears we had to find out more from the brains behind the beast. Lazybones were one of those great discoveries that lands in the submissions inbox and you never really know what to expect. With Lazybones think big sassy riffs and bold statements with all their Continue Reading

IN FOR QUESTIONING: With an new EP just announced we catch Wave Chase in the calm before the storm.

Some bands thrash around in their teens make a few crackers that their mates love but no one else hears, some head to uni to study something to give them a soul sucking career and stability and the final option for the burgeoning musician is to fuck up your potential security to make one last Continue Reading

SHOW ME THE PUNNY #8: False Advertising answer questions with us based on puns of their song titles.

Having recently dropped their debut album¬†Brainfreeze it’s likely that False Advertising have faced a barrage of interviews about the recent album. At the prospect of not just having one member of False Advertising available to answers questions with us, but all three members of the band we decided to take a different approach. Well, that Continue Reading

SHOW ME THE PUNNY #7: MNNQNS answer questions with us based on puns of their song titles.

Last month MNNQNS (pronounced mannequins) released their debut album which thankfully was as wide as diverse as their heritage. Band lead Adrian D ‘Epinay grew up in France but spent his university years studying in Wales. In psychology they talk about formative years for a person being between 0-4 years; we’re no psychologist, but I Continue Reading

THE BIG INTERVIEW: Last Night From Glasgow- the world’s only not for patron funded record label, we had to find out more from founder Ian Smith.

It is without any doubt that music has repeatedly changed with technology whether it was the invention of CDs a few decades ago or the most recently streaming. With changes comes positives and negatives and right now as music fans we can access more music than we have ever done before and with advancements in Continue Reading

THE BIG INTERVIEW: Joe Keogh allowed us to explore the internal dimensions of Amber Run on their recent tour.

Kindly Joe Keogh spent some time with James O’ Sullivan of Underscore Part 3 as the band began to wrap up the UK leg of their tour. With the bands next steps being to fly transatlantic for another jaunt around America Joe took his time to reflect on what is important to him as a Continue Reading