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Meet: The Coral’s James Skelly takes us through the inspirations for the new album ‘Coral Island’, the magic of memories, and how The Coral are the Robbie Fowler of the music industry.

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Meet: Trivium’s Alex Bent interview – What the Dead men say

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Inkubus Sukkubus were formed in 1989 by Tony McKormack and Candia Ridley (now McKormack) whilst both were studying graphic design in Gloucester. Tony and Candia shared a love of paganism, witchcraft and vampirism so their music was always going to be an expression of this… and oh boy is it ever! They have released no …

Leeds post-punk luminaries Gang of Four should need little to no introduction. Since their inception in 1978 they have continued to be cited as a major influence for many. Their groundbreaking debut LP ‘Entertainment!’, was released 35 years ago this month yet still finds itself  an almost permanent fixture on any ‘must own’ album lists …

Australian four piece San Cisco make a brief stop over in the UK to play a single date at The Dome, Tufnell Park in London at the tail end of a string of European dates in promotion of their second album “Gracetown”. I’m lucky enough to have scored interview time with band’s lead singer, Jordi …

Think back to the first time you heard your favourite band. You could probably tell in a few heartbeats that you were going to like them, and before the first song had ended, you were in love and wanted more. Well get ready, because if you haven’t yet, you’re about to meet your next favourite …

The first time I heard Death Rattle was just over 3 years ago in rural France when Chris (one half  of the duo) played me and my band “something new me and Helen have been working on…” ‘The Dig’ turned out to be Death Rattle’s first single and a portent of things to come, a …

Lonely The Brave just released their debut album The Days War. Critics in both the rock world and in more mainstream terms have had nothing but good things to say about them. They are people who this time last year, all had everyday full time jobs, and now they are selling out dates on a …

Das Fluff’s twitter strap line states they are ‘attention seekers playing sexistential electro post punk twisted disco cyber filth with alarming passion’ and after catching them live recently, I completely agree with this statement! BM: Hello Dawn, let’s start with the obvious, how did the band get together? Dawn: It started with myself and our original …

From his days back in the 60s when he was in bands such as The Apex Group and The Scenery, as well as backing Freddie ‘Fingers’ Lee, to joining, and ultimately fronting, Mott the Hoople in the late 60s and into the early 70s, singer and songwriter Ian Hunter has been one of those musicians …