Six Quick Questions Plus One More With Keywest’s Andrew Kavanagh

Irish pop folk band Keywest formed in Dublin Ireland in 2011. Comprising Andrew Kavanagh, Andrew Glover, James Lock, and Harry Sullivan, the group recently signed to Marshall Records in Europe, and Eleven Seven Records in America, through which they’ve released their new album, ‘Ordinary Superhero’.

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Australian Pop-Fusion Collective President Street On Their Upcoming Single ‘I Found Me’

Polly Havelock spoke to Australian-based band President Street on working with renowned mixer Ash Howes and the upcoming release of new single ‘I Found…

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Indie Rock Band The 27 Talk All About New Music Video ‘Run’, Being Recognised By Beyoncé and What’s The Next Steps For The 27

Polly Havelock spoke to Henry Parker from Guitar-Pop trio The 27 to discuss everything about their debut album and their sonic evolution as a band.

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THICK AS THIEVES – From The Jam’s Bruce Foxton On Weller, Buckler And Reviving ‘Setting Sons’ For A 40th Anniversary Tour

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the best part of half a century, you’ll know Bruce Foxton as one-third of one of the best bands Britain has ever produced.

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Singer-Songwriter Jerad Finck Reveals All About His Latest Release ‘Home’, Nostalgic Childhood Albums and What’s Next on The Cards For Finck

Polly Havelock spoke to electronic pop-rock artist Jerad Finck to find out about his recent single ‘Home’ and when fans can eagerly anticipate new music.

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Electro-Pop Star Kate Lomas Discusses Her Latest Single, Upcoming Touring Plans and Her Motivation To Keep On Making Music

Polly Havelock spoke to singer, songwriter and producer Kate Lomas ahead of her upcoming gig at Thousand Island to talk all things ‘Happy Like This’, her evolution as an artist and when fans can anticipate a full length record.

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Inhaler Release New Single ‘Ice Cream Sundae’ Ahead Of US Tour Announcement

Inhaler have announced details of a brand-new single entitled ‘Ice Cream Sundae’. The song is the Dublin quartet’s first release via Interscope Records and is available at all digital retailers. A shimmering indie-rock anthem, a sense of melancholia lurks beneath its gleaming exterior.

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JOBSON’S CHOICE – The Skids’ Frontman Discusses His Life, Music And Upcoming Warts ‘n’ All ‘Evening With…’ Acoustic Tour

If ever there’s a walking embodiment of punk’s have-a-go attitude, it’s Richard Jobson. Exploding out of gang-ridden working class Fife in the late 1970s,…

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Robert O’Connor Releases Re-Vamped Version of Single ‘Real Good Fight’

Robert O’Connor releases the Skynem mix of his most recent single ‘Real Good Fight’. In the lead up to this release, Emma Mages caught…

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No Tears To Cry: We Speak To Sannie About Whigfield, And Her Music, Ahead Of Her Performance At Reminisce Festival

We spoke to Danish artist Sannie, who performs as Whigfield, during one of the hottest weeks this summer. When we weren’t melting, we talked about her music, her upcoming appearance at Reminsce Festival in St Helens, her foray into Eurovision, and happiness.

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BAD MEN RISING – Protest Singer and Occupy Activist Tom Moriarty On Britain, Brexit and The Battle Against Injustice

Neither Boris Johnson nor Jeremy Corbyn can save Britain from the divisive mess of Brexit – that’s the view of up and coming protest…

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The Boys Are Back! Ras From Damage Talks to Us About Their Upcoming Tour

The Boys Are Back! A throwback tour like no other. The tour will feature four iconic boybands from the 90s; Five, 911, A1 and of course Damage.
Emma Mages recently got in touch with Ras from Damage to talk about the upcoming tour that will be happening at the beginning of next year.

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Slow Down Slicky: Earl Slick On Music, Bowie, And Being A Tough Cookie Touring With Glen Matlock

Lisa spoke with Earl Slick about passports, answering machines, the music industry and Bowie – as well as his upcoming tour with Glen Matlock and the Tough Cookies. The band will perform at 229 The Venue on August 10.

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Satellite Of Love: Phil Solem Of The Rembrandts Talks About Upcoming New Album

Best known for writing ‘I’ll Be There For You’, which became the theme song for the long running series, ‘Friends’, Phil Solem, one half of pop-rock duo The Rembrandts spoke to Malvika Padin and recalled career highlights, while revealing more about the band’s upcoming album ‘Via Satellite’, set for release this August.

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Better On Me: In Conversation With Max George

In conversation with Malvika Padin, Max George reveals more about his summer release ‘Better On Me’, the evolution of his sound and what question he wish he was asked in interviews.

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Eddy Smith And The 507 Chat With EP About Music, Instruments, And ‘A Little Too Late’ At Cornbury

In the last of our Cornbury interviews, we bring you our chat with Eddy Smith and the 507, who are not, despite their name, made up of 508 members, but one of them is actually named Eddy. Now based in London, they come from as far as Kent, the US, Ireland, and Surrey (or is it Sussex?). Lisa sat down and had a chat with the band.

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