Interviews

  • Artist Interview: Holiday In Tokyo

    Hello. In your own words, how would you describe your sound and style? It took a while for us to nail down our sound. In the beginning it was all very much leaning towards your classic “indie-rock” type of stuff. There’s nothing we inherently dislike about that sound, there’s just plenty of excellent indie-rock bands […]

  • Artist Interview: Maius Mollis

    Hello. In your own words, how would you describe your sound and style? I always find this a hard one to answer! I would say tonally and texturally that my sound is sparse and intentional finger picked guitar accompaniment, and restrained vocals. Restrain is a theme with my music- never quite giving it all away […]

  • Artist Interview: Nomad Anthem

    Hello. In your own words, how would you describe your sound and style? I like to think we’re a bit like pop punk and modern day rock meeting up to party together. We draw a lot of inspirations from bands like Green Day and Foo Fighters. Our shows are high energy and filled to the […]

  • Afterlight Festival 2022

    With a brand new music festival taking place this weekend, we’ve spoken to the organiser at Afterlight Management to find out everything about the upcoming event. Read about it all here. __________________________________ Afterlight Festival 2022. Where is it, who is playing, and what ideas have gone into the event? The venue is called The Dirty […]

  • Artist Interview: Philip Jonathan

    Hello. In your own words, how would you describe your sound and style? In a nutshell, it’s cinematic folk – or Ben Howard at the front and Sigur Ros at the back! I spend a lot of time in the hills or on the coast and this inspires a lot of my writing. So I […]

  • Artist Interview: Elephant Memoirs

    Hello, Elephant Memoirs. You’re a north east trio: how would you describe your sound and style? I would say our sound is that of a trio playing heavy, raw, guitar based music. We would like to think that we have a powerful sound which comes from playing as a tight unit and often structuring our […]