High Fives with .. Wildheart

We chat to the Aussie melodic hardcore band about all things music. Having released their debut EP A Thousand Days in March 2015, followed up by a two track entitled Above/Below in August 2016, Wildheart quickly moved to make a name for themselves sharing their heavy yet melodic music and showcasing their energetic live show all…

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High Fives with … Molly Grue

We chat to Krista D about her soft-rock/indie-pop side project Molly Grue. After returning to music after a 10-year hiatus, Krista D decided to divide her songwriting catalogue into three and separate it by genre. A release of EP’s with selected old material and new material is in the works as well. Molly Grue is…

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High Fives with … Cinders

We chat to Salt Lake City indie-pop outfit Cinders.  When several members of Cinders met attending high school in Salt Lake City, they were unaware of the adventures that would unfold to complete their group: which continues to push the boundaries of Independent and Alternative music coming from Utah. Formed in 2015, Jordan Zabriskie, Montana…

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High Fives with … Tarah Who?

We chat to female fronted power trio Tarah Who? from Los Angeles Tarah Who? are a band masterminded by grunge-punk sage Tarah Carpenter, a firebrand frontwoman who channels explosive emotionality into rousing anthems. Tarah exudes a spiritual centeredness that is poetically aligned to the origins of her name. The name “Tara” in Buddhist lore refers to the…

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Interview – Polish Club

The duo chat UK release of their debut album, 2018 plans and more. For those who came in late, Polish Club have been gate-crashing polite company since 2015, when drummer John-Henry and turbo-vocal/guitar frontman Novak acted on a hunch in a Sydney garage and wound up setting fire to every festival stage in Australia. Ahead…

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Interview: Fine Creatures chat about their brand-new EP

With Electric La La Land out this Friday, vocalist James Hall talks all things Fine Creatures.  Engineered by producer Dan Austin (Doves, SLØTFACE, Mallory Knox, Young Legionnaire) at Eve Studios, Stockport / Real World, Bath, Electric La La Land is an absolute stunner of an EP (read our full review here).  Ahead of its release on Friday, vocalist James Hall sat down…

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Interview: Aussie alt-rockers The Faim on their first trip to the UK

Frontman Josh Raven chats about the band’s recent UK shows and what it’s like recording your debut single with Pete Wentz. Perth, Australia’s newest export, The Faim have been making quite the waves on their recent trip to the UK with support slots on Lower Than Atlantis’ tour, PVMNTS’s tour, their own headline shows as…

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Interview: The Homeless Gospel Choir on touring and the inclusiveness of punk

Feeling overwhelmed by the current state of the world? Folk punk singer The Homeless Gospel Choir is here to make you feel understood. Derek Zanetti, also known as The Homeless Gospel Choir, is a protest singer, author and artist based out of Pittsburgh, PA. Through his on-stage humor and vulnerability, Derek creates an atmosphere of…

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Interview: Normandie talk about signing to new label and their latest album

Swedish rockers Normandie have just signed to Easy Life Records and released the Gold Edition of their album Inguz.  Easy life are the label that’s home to Lower Than Atlantis, Arcane Roots, Waterparks and more, and now they’ve welcomed the four Swedes into their roster. After a huge response following the release of their debut album…

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Interview: Ben Marwood on his new album, going back to performing live and more

The Reading-based folk singer released his latest record Get Found just last year.  Ever since picking up the guitar in 2004, troubadour Ben Marwood has made his way into the hearts of folk-loving music fans across the UK. In 2011 he released his debut album Outside There’s A Curse via Xtra Mile Recordings. And after plenty more touring,…

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