Zucchero Speaks To EP During ‘Wanted’ World Tour Including Cornbury Festival Appearance

Steve Holley has been a fan of Adelmo Fornaciari Cavaliere di Gran Croce, aka Zucchero, for many years, and recently had the honour of speaking to him, in the midst of his ‘Wanted’ World tour, which commences June 30. Zucchero will also be performing at the Cornbury Festival, in Oxfordshire, on July 13.

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Janis Ian Talks To Us About Music, Science Fiction, And Godzilla Ahead Of Release Of Remastered Albums And Cambridge Folk Festival Performance

They say never meet your heroes. I’m not so sure about that. Lisa talked to one of her teenage inspirations, Janis Ian, ahead of the re-release of 5 of her classic albums, and her performance at the Cambridge Folk Fest this summer.

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In Conversation With Tommy O’Dell Of the DMA’s Ahead Of Their Show At Rock City

Australian three-piece DMA’s have released their second album, ’For Now’ on 27th April, 2018.

Ahead of their show in Rock City, Nottingham, on the day their album drops, Tommy O’Dell, one of three from the rock band reveals more about the album, touring and much more.

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In Conversation With GENTS As They Tell us More About Their New Release ‘Moments’

GENTS is a recreational space, which welcomes everyone is welcome to come and feel good, while we look for sense and meaning behind it, all together.

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Electro-Pop Duo Bonnie Li Tell Us More About New Single ‘Decroche’, Their Influences And More

Electro-pop duo tackles the pain of addiction in their new multi-lingual single ‘Decroche’, released on April 20th, 2018.

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Courtney Act On Her Tour ‘Under The Covers’, Her Evolution, And More

Australian drag queen, pop singer and entertainer Courtney Act, is set to be back in the UK with her tour ‘Under The Covers’. A 75-minute, fully seated performance of music, style, and a stunning personality.

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Veteran Group The Zombies’ Rod Argent On Their 2018 Tour, Social Media And More

Veteran English rock band, The Zombies, are gearing up to go on tour in June 2018.

In conversation with us, Rod Argent of the much-loved 60s band, tells us about the effect of social media on their music, reveals more about the tour to come, and much more.

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‘Revival’ – Steve Holley Speaks To Jenn Bostic About Her New Album

Jenn Bostic is set to release her new album, ‘Revival’, on 4 May. Steve Holley chatted with the singer songwriter about it, as well as her UK tour.

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Six Quick Questions With Jess Morgan On Release Of New Single ‘Whitby’

Norwich singer songwriter Jess Morgan has today released her new single, ‘Whitby’. We asked Jess to answer Six Quick Questions for us.

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Essentially Pop Meets: Inhaler And Talks About Music, Their Future, And The Elephant In The Room #IrishMusicParty

Four piece Dublin rock band Inhaler formed in 2016 and have released one single, ‘I Want You’. With inspiration including the likes of Joy Division and The Stone Roses, the band have a strong yet laid back musical style and are known for their powerful stage presence.

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Essentially Pop Meets: Wolves Of Youth At #IrishMusicParty Showcase

Lisa caught up with four piece indie band Wolves Of Youth ahead of their set at the Irish Music Party showcase, in Dublin’s Workmans Club. The band hail from Bundoran, Donegal (and Cavan), in Ireland.

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Essentially Pop Meets: Outsider And Talks About #FIFA2018 And ‘Míol Mór Mara’ At #IrishMusicParty

Lisa spoke to Seán Ó Corcoráin, aka Outsider, ahead of his performance at the first ever Irish Music Party showcase, held at Dublin’s Workmans Club on 31 March 2018.
Seán, who perfoms with his band under the name Outsider, is the only Irish artist on the #FIFA2018 soundtrack, with the song ‘Míol Mór Mara’. Not only that, but it’s the first instance of a song which includes the Irish language included in any FIFA soundtrack. A high honour, and well deserved.

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Essentially Pop Meets: Young Earth At Inaugural #IrishMusicParty Showcase

Young Earth are four guys who met at BIMM and decided to put together a band in late 2016. Their take on indie pop is fresh and new, with a fusion of the heavier elements of rock alongside hooky pop. In other words, a great sound.

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Essentially Pop Meets: Rofi James Ahead Of #IrishMusicParty Showcase

Lisa recently had the opportunity to attend the first ever #IrishMusicParty Showcase, held at Dublin’s famous Workmans Club. Before the show she spoke to Rofi James, a pop rock band from Galway City.

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EP Speaks To LA Band Nightmare Air About ‘Fade Out’, Gary Numan, And Life In General

Nightmare Air comprises Dave Dupuis, Swaan Miller, and Jimmy Lucido. The trio are based in Los Angeles and shred up the stage with guitars, drums, and “meticulously layered boy-girl harmonies”. Their studio albums are sublime, their stage performances even more so. Not quite shoegaze, not quite full blown rock, the band’s music is possibly best described as “shoegaze with a rocky edge”.

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Una Healy Opens Up About Her New Single, Tour, Album Plans And Answers Fan Questions

Una Healy has been a household name since 2008 when she rose to fame as a member of five piece The Saturdays. Her latest single, ‘Never See Me Cry’ was released on 30th March, and follows on from performances at festivals and shows including C2C in London, and a headline slot at Belfast’s Nashville Songwriter’s Festival. Una’s first ever solo headline tour commences in Killarney, County Kerry, on June 15 this year, going across Ireland and the UK until the final show in London, at The Lexington, on 21 June.

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