Surprise in the unknown has inspired the 747s since their humble beginnings in Dublin, where Ned and founding guitarist Oisin Leech met at Trinity College.
Passenger’s 23-year-old Brighton-based frontman Mike Rosenberg is a rare thing… a young man, with all the enthusiasm and innocence of any other, who is capable, through his lyrics, of telling stor
German dance collective
How should we describe The Hat?
Graeme Sinden started off his career in the minefield that is the music industry as an A&R and promotions manager at Loungin’ Recordings.
Jneiro Jarel, the mastermind behind Philadelphia’s latest addition to the hip-hop pantheon, is in something of a rare state when Clash gets him on the blower.
Speaking to The Rascals they appear impassively blasé, the height of detached cool. After listening to their live performances and recordings thus far their arrogance is clearly justified.
When Brighton-based duo Prinzhorn Dance School signed to New York’s renowned DFA label, they whipped up a flurry of interest in the music press. Except the press pack didn’t have much to go on.
Patrick has been immersed in music from an early age, and started collaborating with Simon Angell, the band’s guitarist, in his teens.
Born in South Africa, the Flynns left for England when young Johnny was three.