We caught up with Jordan Stewart, founder of local music blog, ‘Braw Gals in Music’ which promotes women working within the Scottish music scene

This week we caught up with Jordan Stewart, founder of local music blog, ‘Braw Gals in Music’ which promotes women working within the Scottish music scene. We discuss how the blog initially started, female inequality within the industry and what plans Jordan has for the future… 1. How did ‘Braw Girls in Music’ come about? Continue reading “We caught up with Jordan Stewart, founder of local music blog, ‘Braw Gals in Music’ which promotes women working within the Scottish music scene”

Yianna from Southampton’s very own Artemis discusses the band’s latest single, Kingdom, playing at the 02 Islington and being in an all women’s post punk band

by Chelsea Ness Southampton’s very own alt rock / post punk band, Artemis are making waves within the local music scene with the release of their latest single, Kingdom. I caught up with Yianna to discuss how the band formed, the influence behind Kingdom and what advice she has to any young female musicians startingContinue reading “Yianna from Southampton’s very own Artemis discusses the band’s latest single, Kingdom, playing at the 02 Islington and being in an all women’s post punk band”

Papa Shango are unlike any band you have witnessed before, they perform live rock music whilst combining circus entertainment…

by Chelsea Ness Papa Shango are certainly a band that sticks out from the rest with their live performances include combining rock music with circus acts. I caught up with the band to find out more their incredibly unique act, playing a slot at Glastonbury and their music writing process. Have a read below now…Continue reading “Papa Shango are unlike any band you have witnessed before, they perform live rock music whilst combining circus entertainment…”

Alternative hip hop singer songwriter, Sam Thomas spills all about his debut album, Progress, where his love for music began and his favourite local musicians…

by Chelsea Ness North East alt singer songwriter, Sam Thomas has had an incredible year when it comes to music releases, with his EP, Process, his single, Mr Sunshine and his debut album, Progress all being brought out within the year! Sam is no stranger within his local music scene meddling in a wide varietyContinue reading “Alternative hip hop singer songwriter, Sam Thomas spills all about his debut album, Progress, where his love for music began and his favourite local musicians…”

We caught up with Dublin indie outfit, Strawman & The Jackdaw to discuss their brand new EP, playing in Italy and how they came up with their band incredible name…

by Chelsea Ness Indie four piece, Strawman & The Jackdaw are a new discovery for me but as soon as I heard their music I knew I had to share! Their unique individual style makes them stand out and if they weren’t on your radar before then they should be now! I caught up withContinue reading “We caught up with Dublin indie outfit, Strawman & The Jackdaw to discuss their brand new EP, playing in Italy and how they came up with their band incredible name…”

We caught up with Alt Rock trio, Lonehead to discuss their debut album, their favourite Glaswegian bands and the craziest thing to have happened to them on stage…

by Chelsea Ness Glaswegian alt-rockers, Lonehead have been main players in the Glaswegian rock scene for a while now and with the release of their debut album, Wonderful and How to Get it, the band are certainly showing no sign of slowing down anytime soon. I caught up with them to find out how theyContinue reading “We caught up with Alt Rock trio, Lonehead to discuss their debut album, their favourite Glaswegian bands and the craziest thing to have happened to them on stage…”

DMA’S guitarist Johnny Took talks about eating the worst Chinese he has had in Motherwell and the possibility of releasing new music this year

As I sat staring back at myself, fretting over whether or not the microphone on my laptop was adequate enough to be audible or if I had passed on the correct meeting details to my first Zoom call, I am suddenly met with the sound of a distinct Aussie accent welcoming me with a “hello”Continue reading “DMA’S guitarist Johnny Took talks about eating the worst Chinese he has had in Motherwell and the possibility of releasing new music this year”

Jamie Pollock meets The Music Files

By Myrren Porter With his new single “In-Away (From the Life)” premiering on Friday, The Music Files caught up with ex Vida frontman Jamie Pollock to discuss going solo, new material and life during lockdown.  After parting ways with Vida in 2019, the Alloa singer/songwriter decided to ride it alone and has continued to provideContinue reading “Jamie Pollock meets The Music Files”

Introducing the North East’s hottest new band The Redroom

The vast amount of emails that get sent through daily when helping operate a music blog can tend to get a bit overwhelming, and at times there may be a lot of good music that gets lost in amongst the swarm if you haven’t kept up to date with your inbox in a day orContinue reading “Introducing the North East’s hottest new band The Redroom”

An interview with The Shed Project

I caught up with Bolton’s very own DIY band The Shed Project to discuss their adulation at making it into the official charts as part of the Brits & Pieces compilation album as well as the positive results that Twitter’s music community has had in pushing the groups name forward… I understand ‘The Shed Project’Continue reading “An interview with The Shed Project”