Phoenix…going for bust

April 17th, 2013 by

Phoenix

Since the release of their breakthrough album, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, Phoenix have gone from marked success to marked success. In 2009, arguably France’s most notable musical export since Daft Punk found themselves in a world of celebrity elites and Hollywood dynasties. Newly crowned darlings of the American ‘alternative’ music scene Phoenix watched as their stock […]


Incoming…Moddi

April 9th, 2013 by

Who are you and where are you from? I’m Pål. I’m twenty-six and come from an island in Northern Norway called Senja. Who are your favourite artists from your hometown? That would be my mother, who plays the tuba in the school’s marching band once a year. Apart from that we don’t have a lot […]


Bastille…blood brother

April 4th, 2013 by

These are exciting days for Dan Smith. Bastille – the band that has developed from his solo project into a mainstream bothering four piece, scoring a number one album in the Uk with debut Bad Blood in the process. As he and his cohorts prepare for a string of Irish dates across the coming months, […]


Incoming – Lower Than Atlantis

March 27th, 2013 by

Who are you and where are you from? Eddy and Winchester. Who are your favourite artists from your hometown? None, they’re all shit. What’s it really like touring? A lot of fun! Tiring at times but the pros definitely out weigh the cons. What’s your favourite city/town/venue to play? London or Birmingham because they’re mental. […]


Incoming: Lewis Watson

March 20th, 2013 by

Lewis Watson

Who are you and where are you from? I’m Lewis Watson and I’m from Oxford. Who are your favourite artists from home? Foals are from Oxford and I love them, also a few acoustic artists that I’ve seen at open mics and stuff. What’s it really like touring? It’s great, you don’t sleep much and […]


Bloody Beetroots

March 7th, 2013 by

The black venom mask-wearing electro producer is back in Dublin with his all-live show. He tells state about his favourite things and more… Who are you and where are you from? I am Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, master of nothing. Who are your favorite artists from home? I grew up listening to multiple genres, so […]


Incoming: Egyptian Hip Hop

February 27th, 2013 by

Who are you and where are you from? We’re Egyptian Hip Hop and we’re Manchester based rock n roll kinda guys. Who are your favourite artists from your hometown? Temple Songs, Gnod, G R E A T W A V E S, Part Wild Horses Mane On Both Sides, Waiters, Sex Hands, Desmadrados Soldados De […]


Mark Eitzel…”you have to cut the shit”

February 21st, 2013 by

If life experiences are able to influence your work, Mark Eitzel should have enough inspiration to last him a life time. The mainstay of American Music Club, his solo career was halted in 2011 when he suffered a serious heart attack. Taking a step back from recording, it took a lottery winning friend to coax […]


Incoming: Rae Morris

February 19th, 2013 by

Who are you and where are you from? Hello, I am Rae Morris and I’m from Blackpool. Who are your favorite artists from home? Karima Francis is a fellow singer-songwriter who I admire very much. She is a huge inspiration. Robert Smith is also from Blackpool too which I find very cool. What’s it really […]



Incoming: Walk the Moon

February 15th, 2013 by

Who are you and where are you from? My name is Eli, and I am from Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Who are your favourite artists from your hometown? There’s a great indie-pop band from Cincinnati called Bad Veins who put out an incredible record last year called The Mess We’ve Made.  They do quite a bit […]


Incoming: Admiral Fallow

February 12th, 2013 by

Who are you and where are you from? Louis Abbott from Admiral Fallow. Originally from Edinburgh but living in Glasgow. Who are your favourite artists from home? Three Blind Wolves. Olympic Swimmers. Rachel Sermanni. What’s it really like touring? Grand highs and miserable lows sometimes within minutes of each other. I’ll never moan about it […]


Frightened Rabbit interview and album giveaway

February 7th, 2013 by

Six years and four album into your career isn’t a common point for an act to reach their peak, yet for Frightened Rabbit it very much looks like being a turning point. Having taken their indie life as far as they could with label Fat Cat and their excellent The Winter Of Mixed Drinks album, […]