Six Quick Questions With British Folk Three-Piece Tors

Devon-based folk band, Tors return with their highly-engaging folk-based harmonies on their new single ‘Wilder Days’, following a sold-out tour supporting Tom Walker in November last year. Malvika asked them Six Quick Questions.

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Six Quick Questions With Kieron Donoghue From Humble Angel Records

We recently featured the new single by Jazz Mino, who’s one of the first signings to Humble Angel Records, a streaming only label, founded by Kieron Donoghue. It’s an exciting venture, and so Lisa caught up with Kieron and asked him Six Quick Questions.

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Six (Or Seven) Quick Questions For The Tailormade

We’ve caught up with The Tailormade and asked them six (or seven) Quick Questions.

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‘Learning To Let Go’ – Josh Taerk Tells Us About His Music, His New EP ‘Stages’, And What’s Ahead

After an email interview and several years of talking back and forth on social media, Lisa finally got the opportunity to meet and talk to Canadian singer songwriter Josh Taerk, at the O2 Academy Islington, during his UK tour to promote his new EP, ‘Stages’.

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Made In Music – Essentially Pop Meets Fredrik Ferrier

Following on from the release of his brand new single, ‘Feliz Navidad (She Stole My Heart)’ Fredrik Ferrier took the time to chat to Lisa. It was good to learn a little more about the musician, singer songwriter, and star of E4’s ‘Made In Chelsea’, and find out what’s in store for him in the future.

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Six Quick Questions With Reggie n’ Bollie

Following on from our review of Reggie n’ Bollie’s debut album, ‘Uncommon Favours’, we’ve hit the guys up with Six Quick Questions.

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Six Quick Questions With Sunny Mac

Following on from our piece earlier this month about Canadian artist Sunny Mac, we had the chance to ask the singer songwriter and producer Six Quick Questions in order to find out a bit more about what makes him tick.

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Essentially Pop Meets Peter Cox Ahead Of The Back To The 80s Cruise 2018

The inaugural Back To The 80s Cruise 2018, hosted by Cruiseco, leaves from Southampton on May 6 and includes port visits to Bilbao, Vigo, and Lisbon. You can find out more about the Back To The 80s Cruise 2018 from their official website.

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Essential Advent Calendar: CBeebies’ Andy Day Releases Christmas Song ‘All Together (At Christmas Time)’

Opening door number 8 and we find Children’s BAFTA winning Andy Day. Andy has been presenting on CBeebies since 2007, and has been made patron of the Anti Bullying Alliance, launching his own national event, “Odd Socks Day”, which falls in November to co-incide with Anti Bullying Week. He launched his band, Andy and the Odd Socks at Glastonbury this year, and they’ve since released an album, as well as a Christmas single.
We were given the opportunity to speak to Andy.

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Stockholm’s Novah Talk New Single ‘Ghost’ And Future Plans

Following their successful debut EP, ‘Alaska’, Stockholm-based dream pop band Novah have teamed up with acclaimed singer/songwriter Amanda Mair for new single ‘Ghost’. Speaking to Essentially Pop, band member Simon Hagstrom talks about the inspiration behind the collaboration, the band’s career highlights and plans for their second EP.

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Norwegian/English Duo Tuvaband Release New Single ‘Trees’

Melancholic indie music duo, Tuvaband – consisting Norwegian vocalist Tuva Hellum Marchhauser and British guitarist Simon Would released their new single, ‘Trees’ – taken from their yet-to-be-released EP ‘Mess’ – via Brilliance Records on 27 September 2017.

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UK Rapper Honey G Of X-Factor Fame Releases New Single, ‘Hit You With The Honey G’

UK rapper, Honey G – who gained fame from X-Factor, has hit the spotlight with her new single, “Hit You with Honey G”, out via her very own record label, H to the O Music. In an interview with Essentially Pop, she tells us more about the song, and also talks about her music influences, and fan base.

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My Name Is Bear: Nahko Talks To Us Ahead Of His New Album

Singer songwriter Nahko is best known as the frontman of the world music collective, Medicine For The People. He started playing piano at the age of 6, and his songwriting moved to a more grassroots style in about 2012, when he travelled around the US with his van and his dog. Nahko’s album, ‘My Name Is Bear’, is in essence a prequel to his work with Medicine For The People, with songs written primarily between the ages of 18 and 21 (with a few more recent than that).
Lisa caught up with Nahko while he was visiting London to promote his new album.

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Yesterday Is History Tomorrow Is A Mystery – We Speak To Vanilla Ice

The first hip hop artist to top the Billboard charts, with his 1990 single, ‘Ice Ice Baby’, Vanilla Ice, real name Robert Van Winkle, is credited with helping to diversify hip hop, and introduce it to a more mainstream audience. Lisa had the chance to speak to Vanilla Ice ahead of the first date of the I Love The 90s Tour in the UK, at SSE Arena Wembley.

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Introducing – Over Atlantic!

Over Atlantic are an international band from the UK, US, and Sweden. Based in England, the quintet are Charlie Jones, Sean Killeen, Gabriel Gomér, Liam Ross, and Trevor Cash. The guys are about to set off on their first UK headline tour this October, and our writer Malvika Padin had the chance to catch up with them.

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Six Quick Questions For Carousel

Following on from our review of their self-titled EP, we fired six questions to Carousel. Here’s what they said.

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