Category : Interview

In the Middle with Freya Beer

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Freya Beer is a fresh new face on the alternative music scene, blending poetic lyrics with punky guitar riffs to create an exciting and fresh new sound. Freya Beer released her excellent single ‘Bike Boy’ on the poet Charles Bukowski’s birthday. Poetry is important in Freya Beer’s music; however, she … Read More

In the Middle with Sunflower Bean

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The title of Sunflower Bean’s upcoming garage-rock EP, ‘King of the Dudes’, perfectly matches the chilled-out vibes of the New York based band. The hard-working members of Sunflower Bean have gone from strength to strength since the release of their first LP Human Ceremony in 2016. Their follow up album, … Read More

In the Middle with Sounds Like A Storm

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Leeds-based Sounds Like A Storm are, to pardon the pun, taking West Yorkshire by storm. Last Wednesday, they played their headline show at Oporto on Call Lane to an excitable audience of friends, family, and fans. Lead singer Sennen certainly knows how to work a crowd: on a Wednesday night, … Read More

In The Middle with Parcels

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Parcels are a band renowned for their style, sincerity and, above all, their song-writing. Tom Paul got the chance to chat to the Aussie collective on the penultimate stop in the UK stretch of their world tour, which just so happened to be backstage at the Brudenell Social Club. When … Read More

In the Middle with Miles Kane

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It’s been five years since Miles Kane released his sophomore solo album, Don’t Forget Who You Are, and two since reuniting with long-term chum Alex Turner as The Last Shadow Puppets. Now, he’s back with his latest offering, Coup de Grace, a collection of glam rock, Gallagher-style ballads and indie … Read More

In the Middle with Trudy and the Romance

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Gabby Kenny chats with the lovely Ollie Taylor and Brad Mullins from Trudy and the Romance before their show at Hyde Park Book Club two weeks ago. Along with Lewis Rollinson, the band met in Chesterfield and after attending LIPA University and Leeds College of Music, the three decided to … Read More

In the Middle with Cykada

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London-based outfit Cykada will be a new name to most, but with a line-up that includes members of Ezra Collective, Maisha and Where Pathways Meet, the six-piece are set to be the next great act to emerge from the capital’s fertile jazz scene. The band headline the Soul Rebels Sessions … Read More

In The Middle with DMA’s

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If you’re a fan of DMA’s, or have been following them for a while, it’s unlikely that you’ve been able to read much about them without seeing the names Oasis, The Stone Roses, or Primal Scream following swiftly afterwards. These persistent comparisons, whilst impressive, must undoubtedly become tedious for a … Read More

In The Middle with Elder Island

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Shoes off. Feet up. Kicking it back in the tight and cosy backstage of Belgrave Music Hall, I am welcomed by the warm and gentle aura of Elder Island. The band have been sparking huge interest on the gig circuits recently for their unique blend of electronics, synthesizers and the … Read More

In The Middle With The Blinders

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With their ominous aura and heavy bass driven sound, the The Blinders, a Manchester based trio, originally from South Yorkshire, turned the Brudenell Social Club into a 21st century dystopia. I caught up with vocalist/guitarist Thomas Haywood and drummer Matty Neale before their sold out Sunday night gig to ask them … Read More