Formed in October 2012, Man Can’t Fly are a Bradford based Alternative/Acoustic-Rock band who gained recognition when their EP ‘Don’t Waste My Time’ was played on BBC Radio 1 in early June. Since then, they’ve won acclaim from the likes of Sara Cox and Huw Stephens. Post Radio 1 airplay, the band have secured slots at Bingley Music Live 2013 and this year’s BBC Introducing Stage at Reading & Leeds.
CoCo and the Butterfields: An Interview
First formed in 2011, Canterbury’s CoCo and the Butterfields have spent the last two years rapidly perfecting their musical craft, evolving from a busking folk trio into an energetic force of five whose members include: Tom Twyman (guitar & vocals), Dulcima Showan (violin & vocals), Jamie Smith (beatbox), Micah Hyson (double bass) and Rob Wicks (banjo).
Lost Voice Guy: An Interview
Lee Ridley is Lost Voice Guy, a stand up comedian, journalist and self professed geek from Newcastle upon Tyne. Born in County Durham and educated at Preston University, he enjoys dance and indie
Cbm music, watching football (a Newcastle fan), reading and watching TV and films. He also has cerebral palsy. Continue reading “Lost Voice Guy: An Interview”
Josh Flowers and the Wild: an Interview
A little over 2 years ago, a young man called Squiff was asked to record a ‘cello accompaniment on a solo EP for a talented young performer. According to Squiff, ‘our creative juices matched’ and so the seeds of Josh Flowers and the Wild were sown. Continue reading “Josh Flowers and the Wild: an Interview”
Colourshop: An Interview
Hailing from a small town just outside Rome, Diego and Alfredo Salvati now ply their trade as Colourshop, a 2-piece band with influences ranging from Pink Floyd and the Beatles to Italian pop and world music.