Nov 2, 2018
“There were literally nine people there. It was us and the local band and the local band’s girlfriends.”
With their new record ‘Swell’ out earlier this year, We talk to Dylan Mattheisen from Tiny Moving Parts about their steady growth from DIY touring to Triple Crown Records.
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Oct 26, 2018
“Putting that record out in to the world was the last time I felt invincible.”
Since defining the sound of indie dance floors in the early 2000’s, The Futureheads have remained inventive throughout their career. Having been inactive for a few years, we caught up with Ross Millard to talk through the bands back...
Oct 19, 2018
“You can’t think about what other people think because then you’re getting in to the level of self analysis where you’re like ‘Why do people like me?’ and I think that it’s not good to be that fundamentally insecure in the creative process.”
Over the last 15 years Sam Duckworth has been making music...
Oct 12, 2018
“There are a lot of things we did early on that hurt us for years. I know it’s not a particularly glamorous thing to talk about but it’s actually the truth”
We talk to James Spence from Brighton (via Nottingham and Sheffield) band Rolo Tomassi about a career that has seen the band release five records before...
Oct 5, 2018
“At the end of the day, no-one really cares about your band as much as the people in it."
In this episode we talk to Kyle Fasel, bassist in Chicago pop-punk band Real Friends. The band are unusual in that they have retained many of the elements of the 'business' side of a band that would normally be farmed out to...