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ACCESS ALL AREAS – TIJ’s Barry Snaith On His Punk Past And New Collaboration With Online ‘Ninja’ and Public Domain Activist Carl Malamud

For 30 years now, Carl Malamud’s been waging a mission to make public information free and accessible. It’s a campaign that’s landed the internet…

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PHARMAGEDDON – Paranoid Visions’ Peter Jones On Anarchy, Irish Punk And COVID-19

Ireland’s longest running punk band, Paranoid Visions formed in Dublin in 1981.

Heavily influenced by UK anarcho-punks like Crass and Flux of Pink Indians – they operate outside the mainstream music industry, releasing music under their own label FOAD (Fuck Off And Die).

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: UNITED VIBE TALK PROGRESSION TOUR MEMORIES AND THEIR NEW SINGLE!

Amy Bell speaks to former X Factor group, United Vibe via Facetime, and asks about what their single, ‘Sticks And Stones And Mobile Phones’, their time on the Progression Tour, and their plans for 2020.

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH MISUNDERSTOOD ABOUT THEIR NEW SINGLE ‘RIDE’

Misunderstood are an English duo from London consisting of Stefan Jenson and Jeff Okyere, who competed in series 15 of The X Factor, as part of the Groups category mentored by Robbie Williams. Amy Bell had the pleasure of speaking to them about their new single, Ride, their time on X Factor, and their 2020 plans.

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH SAM CALLAHAN ABOUT HIS NEW ALBUM AND MENTAL HEALTH CHATS

Essentially Pop had the pleasure of speaking to Sam Callahan about his new album, ‘Covers’. Best known for his time on The X Factor…

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‘Tales Of Aggro’ By Matteo Sedazzari Gives A Voice To The Unheard Denizens Of Shepherds Bush

We last spoke to Matteo Sedazzari back in 2016, about his book, ‘A Crafty Cigarette’, a fictionalised account of growing up Mod in Surrey. Now he’s back with ‘Tales Of Aggro’, a collection of short stories about “The Magnificent Six”, a group of friends who live in the Shepherds Bush area of London. We took the chance to ask Matteo about the book, its inspiration, and what’s next.

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