Our Introducing interviews chat to artists in an effort to give an introduction to their work, music and creative vision. As an outlet for them to get across the motivations and passions behind their music and art, the Q&A nature of this section gives the artist free reign to invite the curious into their world to discover what makes them tick; musically and sometimes personally too.
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Manchester-based three-piece garage punk band TINFOILS consists of George Unitt on Guitar/Vocals, Alex Walker on Drums, and Will Burton on Bass. They released their new single SPITTING across all digital platforms on the 17th of April, so we got the band to tell us more about the track and themselves. Read on to discover more about the trio.
Urban Theory is a hard-hitting, true to life group of lads that write and create music using ideas of younger adolescent themes that everyone can link to no matter what age. April 2020 saw the release blinding new single Living The Dream But Discussing the Nightmare, so we caught up with the band to find out more about them.
Furious guitar riffs and all-consuming vocals swiftly engulf you as you are unapologetically swept up amongst an electrical infused wave of poker-faced furore. Leeds trio Weekend Recovery (Lorin – Vocals/Guitar, Josh – Bass, Marcus – Drums) have continued to grow and improve since inception. Read on to find out more.
The Last Clouds are Matt Schott and Al Quarterman. The Cheshire duo’s upward trajectory on the Manchester scene has been momentarily delayed by the lockdown, but the duo has used the time to record FRAGILE, a five-track EP. Read on to find out more about the band and their music.
With the release of their Into The Wild album and new single What Are You Celebrating? (read about it here) it seemed a good time to catch up with South Londoners The Hannah Barberas. They talk about their music, DIY music culture, the effects Covid-19 has had on the band and the music industry in general. Read on to find out more.
With her debut album Mercurial due for release on the 8th of May, and a video for My Sisters from the album out now, Glasgow’s Elisabeth Elektra spills the beans on her musical inspirations, as well as ableism, and misogyny in music. Read on to find out more.
With their Holocene Shift album due out this week – you can pre-order it on Bandcamp right now – we decided to catch up with Amy, the musical maverick behind Still Forever. Read on to find out more about the person behind the music.
Originally from Birmingham but now based in London, Rookes caught our eye late last year with their Liminal EP. 2020 has seen them drop remixes of the title track, so now seemed as good a time as any to catch up with the artist and find out what makes them tick.