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An Interview with Amber Smith

Singer-songwriter Amber Smith's work-ethic can be admired, playing countless gigs around Wales and Plymouth has garnered her an ever growing following and her talent can be confirmed by her success in Plymouth's Battle of the Bands in 2013 - where she came 2nd, despite being a fairly unknown newcomer. In December 2014, she released her single Hope Too Much and we recently had the opportunity to catch up wit ...

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An Interview With Personal Best

Having joined forces from three separate bands (Caves, Bedford Falls & Attack! Vipers!), Bristol's power pop trio Personal Best are about to release their first full length album, Arnos Vale, on 30th March 2015 through Specialist Subject Records. The debut LP comes after their first release, The Lovin' EP, was released in 2014 and is to be supported by the band touring the UK and Europe with both Lemuri ...

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Video: An Interview with Jack Cookson

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouhDOD_xj5I To celebrate the launch of his newly released album, Revolt & Resolve, we sat down with musician Jack Cookson to talk to him about his musical origins, why happy songs are "shallow", the new LP and much more. Whilst we were at it, Cookson also played a few of his tracks for us and showed us a few guitar techniques. Below is the first track we're releasing from ...

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Soma Sundays #6: Deepbass

As with many genres, there’s an abundance of house and techno music out there to listen to and it can be difficult to know where to start or who to listen to next. This is why we’ve decided to team up with the ever-respected house and techno record label, Soma Records, to give you the low-down on their artists and bring you up-to-date with some important producers you should know about.  For Soma Sunday #6 ...

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HUNOW TV: An Interview With The Ghost Inside

Straight from the jaws of the city of angels comes The Ghost Inside, a melodic hardcore act famed for the intensity of their lyricism, their unforgiving bombardment of the listener, utilising their fiercest drum sections, power behind their guitar riffs and their guttural vocal screams. In advance of the release of the band's fourth album Dear Youth, due out on the 17th November through Epitaph Records, we ...

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