By: Seneo Mwamba The American pop star who was once on our radars with her early 2000’s hits Leave (Get Out) and Too Little Too Late made her come back last year with the release of her third studio album, Mad Love, thus embarking on
By: Hallam Bullock The indie-pop-punk band from New Jersey have blown up in the last few years. Since posting their homemade music video for their song Maps on YouTube in 2010, the once musical duo are now a four-piece band cramming British pop-punk fans into venues
By: Katie Rice Friday afternoon, I was sitting in a cosy little coffee shop in Mayfair when I got a call from the ever-lovely Billie Marten. The seventeen-year-old folk singer graciously agreed to do a phone interview with me prior to her ‘mother of all
Sebright Arms, a ragged pub hidden in a dark alley off Hackney Road, set the tone for the Slutface and Fufanu gig already from the start. The pub was packed with people speaking excitedly in all kinds of languages, enjoying the pub’s vast selection of beer. Soundchecks could be heard from the basement up until a few minutes before the doors opened, and the audience could trickle down the stairs, to a bunker-like room with a small stage.
27-year-old Aussie singer-songwriter Josef Salvat just released his first album, Night Swim, and soon sets off on tour, starting in the UK. I interviewed him shortly before his album release, and when I wondered about what to expect, he replied: ”Ask for the world, expect nothing.” I am however sure that Salvat’s talent will win him a bigger slice of the world than he’s prepared for.
A single, white spotlight lights up the room, and a silhouette slowly walks on stage to fill it. The blonde, curly-haired figure in the spotlight both sounds and looks more like an angel than a mere mortal.
On the cusp of stardom, the New-York based duo are on their European tour and they bring along with them eccentricity and prodigious tunes. I got the pleasure of having a chat with them before their show at Electric Brixton, London and we talked Beyoncé, success and their relationship with the fans.
by Laila Herstad It´s 10.30pm on a Saturday night and, the small oval room at the Old Blue Last, is crowded after Rickyfitts and Annabel Allum have entertained the crowd for an hour each. The atmosphere is raucous and the crowd is waiting
by James Rehman Wednesday night at the Sebright Arms was hit with a huge wave of ambient, experimental, progressive rock from Liverpool band The Vryll Society. Guitars were blaring with funky, wavy riffs accompanied with powerful, flowing drums that made one hell of a performance