You may already be familiar with South Wales’ Cardinals, but if you’re not, then this is for you (and even if you are, read on anyway). The four-piece are a self-described ‘depressing pop punk’ band, and if you like your Title Fight, Basement and Balance & Composure, you may well enjoy their work. We had […]
A few weeks ago Birmingham-based punk band Guerrilla Monsoon laid waste to The Montague Arms in Peckham. The night had everything a great punk show should: an air of uncertainty, a handful of good friends and singalongs that made your throat raw the next day. Guerrilla Monsoon were on a lineup already heavily littered with […]
ASTPAI are a socially and politically-minded punk rock band from Austria, and they’ve just released their fifth full-length record in Europe, out on Ass Card Records. The record will be available in America on September 22nd via Jump Start Records. Not only that, they’re about to embark on an EU/UK tour later in September (check […]
Meet Jonathan Boulet, a solo artist who originally hails from Australia. We had a chat with him to find out how he got into music, how being a solo artist compares to being part of a band, and what we can expect from his latest album ‘Gubba’. Read on to find out more! Hi Jonathan! […]
Tomorrow Pulled Apart By Horses release their new album, ‘Blood’, so we had a chat with guitarist James Brown to find out how the recording process went, how excited they are to be back in the game playing live shows, and how they came to have their own pale ale made (and named after the […]
When we were at Hevy, we spoke to Crime In Stereo to find out the lowdown on why they split up, what spurred them on to get back together, and what we (and they) have to look forward to in the future. Enjoy! How are you guys doing? Fantastic! I heard you just flew in […]
With their debut album, ‘In Humor And Sadness’, gathering critical acclaim, and one hell of a live show in their arsenal, we caught up with noise duo ’68 shortly before they took to the Punktastic Stage at Hevy Festival this summer.
After they opened the main stage at Hevy Festival this year, The Murderburgers caught up with our writer, and their friend, Sam Kanal outside their tent.
As they prepare to release their new album, ‘Still Life Moving Fast’, we caught up with Empress AD frontman Ollie Loring ahead of their performance at this year’s Hevy Festival to discuss the record, festivals and album art.
Newcastle’s My Extraordinary – made up of Anthony Thompson, Martin Corkhill, Joe Anderson, Paul Dewhurst and newest member Roy Watson – are just about to release their new mini-album, ‘The World We Live In’, next week. We decided to have a chat with them to find out how they formed and got to where they […]