Still Corners return with their fifth album ‘The Last Exit’ and talk us through the inspiration behind it

Still Corners are a band who, over the past couple of years, have captivated me with their music and the ability to craft it in such a form where it takes you along a road of self discovery in which you never quite knew you needed to go on, so when I was offered theContinue reading “Still Corners return with their fifth album ‘The Last Exit’ and talk us through the inspiration behind it”

London trio The Howlers discuss the inspiration behind their new EP ‘Rebirth’ and the difficulties they have experienced during the pandemic

London rockers The Howlers have quickly been making a name for themselves over the past year and a bit since their formation back in 2019. Known for their raucous live-shows and ferocious style the trio have gained acclaim from BBC Radio 1 and have had their music feature on the likes of BT, Sky SportsContinue reading “London trio The Howlers discuss the inspiration behind their new EP ‘Rebirth’ and the difficulties they have experienced during the pandemic”

An Interview with Skerryvore

This week, we caught up with Alec and Daniel from Scottish ‘trad rock’ band, Skerryvore for a jam-packed interview to discuss performing all over the world, collaborating with George Bowie and the release of their latest single, You and I. Skerryvore were founded on the remote island, Tiree – how did this come about andContinue reading “An Interview with Skerryvore”

An Interview with Strange Tides

This week we caught up with Canadian indie folk duo, Strange Tides to discuss their brand new single, Criminal, their creative writing process and the Canadian music scene! How did Strange Tides form and how would you describe your music to new listeners? We played together a few times in a church band and developed aContinue reading “An Interview with Strange Tides”

An Interview with Clint Slate

This week we caught up with musician and multi-instrumentalist Gregg Michel aka Clint Slate to discuss his latest track, The Sixth Trip Plan, being in a U2 tribute band and the release of his next album, Dragons next month. Have a read below now… How would you describe your music to new listeners? These days IContinue reading “An Interview with Clint Slate”

An Interview with Ailsa and the Seahorses

This week we caught up with Ailsa aka Ailsa and the Seahorses to discuss her musical influences, being part of both the Berlin and Edinburgh music scene and of course her brand new single, That Old Moon which is her first record to feature a full band! Check it out below… How did Ailsa andContinue reading “An Interview with Ailsa and the Seahorses”

An Interview with Kevan O’Reilly

This week we caught up with singer songwriter and producer Kevan O’Reilly to find out everything about his new EP titled Akrasia which consists of four incredible tracks featuring a range of different genres and instruments with themes relating to religion and mythology. Make sure you check out this incredibly interesting read below… 1. WhenContinue reading “An Interview with Kevan O’Reilly”

An Interview with Four Crooks

This week, we caught up with West-Midlands indie four piece outfit, Four Crooks to find out more about their latest EP, Black Magic, their writing process and their next gig at the 02 Academy in Birmingham which will hopefully go ahead next year… 1. How did Four Crooks form and how would you describe your music to newContinue reading “An Interview with Four Crooks”

Interview with Heath Common

By Paola Mancini, November 2020 This week we caught up with Yorkshire poet Heath Common to discuss his recent work, ‘2 Covid Verses’ released in order to raise money for the NHS and how the pandemic is having an impact in the world of art. What inspired you to release these lyrical pieces of poetryContinue reading “Interview with Heath Common”