I’m back! Did you miss me? It’s fine, you can lie. I hope all of you had a nice Christmas break and awesome NYE! Back to business now. Music awaits. Let’s start this year with a band that will definitely own a big part of 2016. And here
Welcome to the Pleasure House where all stories are true. Alex Heffernan (Vocals/Guitar), Jon Moore (Bass), Abbas Shah (Lead Guitar) and James Burgess (Drums) Apparently, Birmingham is a place to start a band. This town has given us the almighty Peace, the extraordinary Swim Deep and one of
My regular Friday night. At the Barfly once again. Of course the Barfly. Where else? I suppose we should move our relationship to the next level. I think I’ll ask for keys. Seriously, a couple of times a week should be enough. What do you
“We’ve found the sound that has become COASTS and we’ve become the musicians we needed to be” COASTS on their UK headline tour. I’ve been struggling, you know. How can I possibly start this piece? I mean, every beginning I considered seems like an understatement. But
CATHOLIC ACTION talk guilt, shame and future plans. Let’s add a little bit of Scottish blood to your playlist. Not a religious band, as you would think. With not just two songs, as many would guess. Definitely not ashamed, as you would wonder based on the headline.
“We’ve got our own unpredictability” the band VIOLA BEACH respond to all the hype around them. Remember when earlier this week I was talking about the band Blossoms and how they played sold out London show with only one released EP and no album out
“We want to be everywhere” BLOSSOMS say ahead of their sold out London show. I’ve considered many opening lines. I’ve started with a few different versions. I’ve probably crossed out half of them. And then it hit me. We’re not having a discussion here. I’m going for a clear
Just a typical Wednesday at Barfly in Camden. Quite ordinary day for a gig. Any would do, actually. With one exception. Rather extraordinary band that strikes with a strong and contagious confidence. Meet Alexander – four lads from Newcastle, 3/4 vegetarians (the guitarist loves food
What do you get if you blend a high falsetto with a little bit of growl and a philosophical soul with a classic rock? Add some acoustic guitar riffs and you get Pembroke Tenneson – 26 year-old, San Francisco born, philosophy student and a huge Star Wars fan.