Our breakout star of the year has to be Lily Moore. She’s headlined Omeara, supported George Ezra at Brixton and released two stunning EPs. Philip Giouras caught up with the soulful singer to talk all things music, eggs and what surprises she has in store for an exciting 2019…Read More
Ray BLK has been on the rise ever since winning the BBC’s prestigious Sound Of award back in 2017. On the eve of the release of her highly anticipated ‘Empress’ project, Philip Giouras caught up with the singer to find out more.Read More
Nottingham Singer-songwriter Rob Green really impressed us back in June at Wake Up Gigs. Read our chat with him as he prepares his debut album fresh off a selection of major support slots.Read More
There really is nothing quite like Liverpudlian four piece, Clean Cut Kid, over the past three years the making and release of debut album 'Felt' has seen them go from strength to strength playing the likes of Glastonbury, Reading, Bestival and of course plenty of their own headline shows.
Prominent airplay on nationwide stations such as Radio X and Radio 1 mean you can't escape this rising rock band and their plethora of upbeat and singalong tunes, I caught up with drummer Ross Higginson as we discussed musical influences, the challenges of making their debut record and the highlights of a very busy 2017 for the band...Read More
When I went to HAVEN Festival last month I got the chance to talk to Nelson Can, the upcoming rock band consist of Selina Gin on vocals, Maria Juntunen on drums and Signe SigneSigne on bass, they are fast approaching the release of their third EP later this very month! (September 29th), Their set at HAVEN Festival was simply fantastic and the band are bound for greatness in the coming year that's for sure, especially if recent singles ‘Miracles’ and ‘Move Forward’ are anything to go by.
It was a pleasure getting to talk to the aspirational trio and we had a great conversation about their beginnings, their new and upcoming music as well as a very topical discussion about the role of female musicians in festivals currently and you can check it all out below.Read More
Exeter pop-punk trio Muncie Girls (Lande Hekt, Luke Ellis and Dean McMullen) released their brilliant and critically acclaimed debut album 'From Caplan to Belsize' earlier this year, since then they have played some of this years biggest festivals and are preparing to play a UK headline tour at the end of the year. I spoke to Luke to find out more....Read More
Philip Giouras got the opportunity to speak with John Bramwell, the frontman of Mercury-nominated alternative rock band I Am Kloot, before they took to the stage.Read More