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New Years Day have an interesting take on life. We caught up with Ash and Nikki from the band at Camden Rocks Festival over the weekend, to find out how things are going for them. We discussed everything from Disneyland, to Marilyn Manson, and why it’s okay to be happy living on the darker side …

With over 200 bands playing Camden Rocks, it was quite the task to grab interviews in all the madness. We managed to pin down Reckless Love in the yard behind the venue they were playing in, the Electric Ballroom, to have a quick chat about living life as though we’re still in the 80s! BM: …

Creeper are a little different, which is never, ever a bad thing. We took some time to chat with them at Slam Dunk Festival, to find out what goes on in their alluring black and white world. We talk to vocalist Will and keyboardist Hannah about film noir, momentos from your first ever show, and …

It’s an incredibly warm Saturday at Slam Dunk festival. It’s the early afternoon, and the partying is already well underway; while bands are already kicking things off on the surrounding stages, we grabbed a few minutes at the festival with Louisiana’s Cane Hill before their first ever UK performance, on Kerrang!’s Fresh Blood stage. BM: …

Most novelty number ones are rubbish but a notable exception to this rule is The Scaffold’s flower power classic Lily The Pink which still raises a happy smile five decades on. The Scaffold’s nucleus of comedian John Gorman, poet Roger McGough and songwriter Mike McGear emerged from the fertile early 1960s Liverpool theatre scene before …

Bowling For Soup have become somewhat of a household name in terms of the rock scene in the past two decades; if pop-punk were a food chain, Bowling For Soup would most definitely be at the top, sporting a dick joke or two with a plethora of catchy hooks in tow. It’s not long since …

Throughout over fifeen years of being in a band, Kelly and Luis of the Dollyrots seem to have developed quite the interesting and unique way of doing things. It’s Wednesday evening and we sit in their dressing room before the third show on the Bowling For Soup tour- we sit with their drummer Rikki, their …

There really isn’t anyone quite like Fearless Vampire Killers around at the moment. Unapologetically committed to their art, it’s refreshing to see a band who will stick to their guns despite the odds. Following the release of their new six song EP Bruises, we caught up with Kier and Luke from the band to catch …

Its not often you get the chance to speak to a bona fide legend, a real one mind, not just someone to whom we bestowed that title to entice more people into reading it (actually, we don’t do that – but you know, if we did) So when we got the chance to have a …

Every once in a while you come across a band that legitimately rocks. There’s no posing or jumping on the bandwagon. There’s something honest and visceral about the music. Something genuinely scary, too. Scott Vincent Abbot and Poppy Twist of Birmingham’s Table Scraps can be very scary. And they rock. Table Scraps take that boy/girl rock …