Her most recent role is the female lead in Schwarzeneggar’s silver-screan comeback The Last Stand, premiering in the UK today, but Jaimie Alexander is not your average Hollywood/Valhalla dweller. Continue reading “Jamie Alexander: An Interview”
Hunstanton has never been referred to as the Nashville of the East Midlands, but it’s responsible for breeding one of the most exciting bands around. Having met at College in King’s Lynn, Deaf Havana’s early work owed more to the post-punk and hardcore movements than their recent tracks suggest. Continue reading “Deaf Havana: An Interview”
Having recently signed to Xtra Mile Recordings, things are looking up for To Kill a King. After 4 years of hard graft, the Leeds folk-rock quintet now regularly draws comparisons with the likes of Mumford & Sons, The National and Frightened Rabbit. They venture into the realms arena rock but they retain their folk sensibilities throughout. Continue reading “To Kill A King: An Interview”
Hailing from the San Fernando Valley in California, HAIM — Este, Danielle and Alana— grew up playing rock music with their parents in a family band called Rockinhaim. Bundled up in the sonic power of Kate Bush and Stevie Nicks, not to mention the distinct sounds of ’90s R&B, they eventually set out on their own.
Tom Lillywhite and Josh Gimber have been playing music for years, but not in the same band. They’ve come together to form Sons and Lovers and the result is excellent. Tight, catchy and pulsating, they’ve recently completed a 4 week residency at Club NME at Camden’s KOKO, not a bad gig for anybody. Continue reading “Sons and Lovers: An Interview”