Guildford bases alternative folk band Sleepy Folk joined us in the studio for an interview and live session!
The Wild Things are a four-piece alternative rock band from West London
consisting of sister-brother team Sydney and Cameron White, Rob Kendrick and
Pete Wheeler. Paula Frost spoke to the band about their exciting progress including living in LA, acting careers on the side lines and holding their own Festival ‘The Wild Things Bawl.
We interview Simon and Martin from The Weird Things, a genre spanning 7-piece band from the UK. Debut album ’10 Digit Freak’ is out now. The Weird Things certainly deliver what they promise, weirdness in their chaotic and type defying debut album that flits through music history like a magpie! From psych to punk and blues to flapper, it’s all in there and the attention span deficit of each genre lasts just long enough to prove each of the bands 7 members talents before taking off again.
Paula speaks to Crass drummer and founding member Penny Rimbaud about music, life and politics.
Penny has been a member of the performance art groups EXIT and Ceres Confusion, and in 1972 was co-founder of the Stonehenge Free Festival, together with Phil Russell aka Wally Hope. In 1977, alongside Steve Ignorant, he co-founded the seminal anarchist punk band Crass, who disbanded in 1984. Up until 2000 he devoted himself almost entirely to writing, returning to the public platform in 2001 as a performance poet working alongside Australian saxophonist Louise Elliott and a wide variety of jazz musicians under the umbrella of Penny Rimbaud’s Last Amendment.