The Courteeners: No They didn’t? Yes they did.

You’ve got to love a bit of The Courteeners, I remember buying their first album in Woolworth’s and falling in love with it when I worked in a hairdressers at 15, it made the older girls think I was cool too which was a win. Check out this new video, upbeat indie with a deeper twist in the lyrics.

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Remember? Upside Down Festival

Throwback article from Upside Down Festival: November 2013 Last weekend I had a great time  interviewing the bands backstage at Upside Down Festival! Here are a few pictures from the dressing room. I also got to fill in on drums for The Doctorates which was a great! I will be uploading my interviews with SLAVES, GANG, [...]


Have a listen to our interview with Brighton doom band GANG. The trio confess their undying love for Sammy Clark alongside tales of how they love to pray and read together. Right...

Daft Punk: Worst music film in history?

Could Electroma by Daft Punk be the worst music film ever made? Don't get me wrong people, I'm all for going against the norm and thinking outside of the box and not for a second did I expect a conventional or epic storyline for this movie. Let's face it we weren't expecting The Who's Quadrophenia [...]


29-30.03.2013 COCK SPARRER KLUBBEN FRYSHUSET MARTENSDALSGATAN 2-8, STOCKHOLM (PRETTY SHITTY KJELL4 2014) 7/10 Pretty Shitty Kjell4 club festival is a two-day yearly event held in Sweden. Packed with a punk line up you might expect of a 77’ bill, the event pulls in punks and skinheads from across the world, eager to experience a weekend [...]

WAY OUT MUSIC Meets…. Nick Cash, 999

Heres a pic of me at Undercover Festival with Nick Cash, lead singer and main man from the legendary punk band 999, formed in 1977. He was a pleasure to meet and gave a fantastic interview. So he rightly earns his place here on my wall of fame.