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Interview: Martika

June 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Martika’s time under the bright pop spotlight, while brief, left a mark on the 80’s that continues to help define the decade as one of the music industry’s finest periods. The singer – born Marta Marrero – burst onto the world stage in her late teens with the iconic single, Toy Soldiers which was taken from...

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Interview: Roxette

June 8, 2016 | 1 Comments

With sales in excess of 70 million, Roxette have become one of the most successful pop acts in history. Their hit singles span the last 30 years and include early highlights like The Look, Joyride, It Must Have Been Love, Dressed For Success, Spending My Time and Fading Like A Flower through to more modern...

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Interview: White Lung

May 10, 2016 | 0 Comments

White Lung is a band that continuously simmers, having spent the past ten years carving out a name as one of Canada’s most exciting punk rock bands.  Following up their highly acclaimed 2014 record Deep Fantasy, the trio now return with Paradise – a collection of ten songs that embody a rawer, reinvented sound and...

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Interview: Millencolin

April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

In an age where everyone and anyone can get their five minutes of fame, the true testament of being successful in music is found in longevity. Swedish punk outfit Millencolin are a prime example of this, having released seven albums and played over 1500 shows in a career spanning over two decades. With roots that...

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Interview: Reef

March 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

During the Britpop movement of the mid-nineties, there were few bands that made a lasting dent that would see them still going strong some 20 years later. Reef are one of those bands. Well equipped with a hefty catalogue of notable single releases including All I Want, Weird, Come Back Brighter, Yer Old and the...

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Interview: B*Witched

March 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

They ruled the UK pop charts in the nineties with hits like Rollercoaster, Blame It On The Weatherman and Cie La Vie and reunited back in 2012 as part of the 1st season of ITV’s The Big Reunion and since reforming,  once denim clad four-piece, B*witched have been busy touring the UK and promoting their...

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Interview: Adore Delano

March 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

After finding her fame on American Idol and RuPaul’s Drag Race, Adore Delano is quickly evolving into the pop star she always wanted to be. With two studio albums to her name and some of the highest sales figures ever within her niche, she’s slowly but surely blurring the lines between drag and pop with...

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Interview: ASH

February 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

The release of Ash’s fifth studio album Twilight Of The Innocents saw front man Tim Wheeler vow it would be their last. The following period saw the trio showcasing their famous A-Z series and Wheeler debuting his first solo album, whilst proving their passion for music and joy of collaborating together had never waned. Eight...

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Interview: The Jezabels

February 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Jezabels have come a long way since their first formation as a band in 2007. Joining forces during their time at the University of Sydney, the four-piece quickly fell into an indie rock groove, where they’ve resided for the past nine years, and have spun out three dynamic studio albums. An ARIA award win,...

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Interview: Turin Brakes

February 15, 2016 | 1 Comments

15 years on from the release of the bands groundbreaking debut album, 2001’s The Optimist LP, Turin Brakes are still going as strong as ever. Continually pushing the limits of the Balham duo-turned-foursome’s finely tuned songwrtiting and instrumental skills, the band have turned out a weighty catalogue of seven studio releases, a handful of highly...

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Interview: Anthrax

February 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

Over the past three decades, Anthrax have carved out a name for themselves with blazing riffs and an aggressive thirst to push boundaries. Known as one of the ‘Big Four’ who shaped thrash metal into the genre it is today, the band has continuously exceeded expectations from selling well over 10 million records worldwide to...

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Interview: Your Friend

February 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Taryn Miller, aka Your Friend has been steadily making a distinguished name for herself over the last 12 months with the release of her critically acclaimed debut EP and the release of her first studio album, Gumption, which saw its release on January 29th through Domino Records. Its been a busy couple of years for...

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Interview: Brian McKnight

February 6, 2016 | 0 Comments

Multi-instrumentalist and multi-million selling musician Brian McKnight has long been regarded as one of RnB’s most celebrated and respected songwriters and recording artists. Having made his mark in music back in the nineties, the crooner has released a dozen studio records throughout an illustrious career which has also seen him collaborate with the very best...

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