Dance pioneers from deep in the Black Forest
The reigning hip-pop regents.
To date, Amiina have invariably been introduced as accomplices to fellow Icelanders Sigur Ros, and undoubtedly it’s alongside the post-rock superstars that this all-female quartet have cut their tee
The Thrills cruised through the success of their debut ‘So Much For The City’ – its key singles flooring festival crowds across the globe; ‘Big Sur’, ‘Santa Cruz’ and ‘One Horse Town
Once famous for their all white robes, universally representative of peace and tranquillity, The Polyphonic Spree are back with a new look and something important to say.
Initial demos alluded to a love of reggae and funk, something which the promo writers are still using to describe Reverend and the Makers.
It’s every school kid’s dream. Get some mates together for a battle of the bands, blow everyone else away, win the box of doughnuts and tour the world.
The band, all aged around 21, are putting the finishing touches to their debut album release.
Isn’t springtime on our little island such a lovely time?
You’ll be glad to ear that throughout my entire interview with Matt Bishop, lead singer of another potential ‘next big thing’ band, Switches, I managed to completely avoid asking the seemingly i