Former Move guitarist and vocalist speaks to John Clarkson about his debut solo album and acoustic album 'Long Play', which is being released on limited edition vinyl.
After a long wait and a move to a major label, Texas-born singer-songwriter Jarrod Dickenson is ready to unveil 'Ready The Horses' to a growing fanbase. He tells Ben Howarth about his love of recording on 2-inch tape and his desire to reach for the classic sounds of the 50's and 60's.
Paul Waller talks to Gary Numan about his much acclaimed new album 'Splinter', his recent move to Los Angeles and his early 80's career
London-born singer-songwriter Louise Aubrie talks to Malcolm Carter about her decision to move to New York, working with Morrissey guitarist and producer Boz Boorer and her just released second album, 'Time Honoured Alibi’
John Clarkson speaks to Richmond Fontaine bassist Dave Harding about his second solo album ‘You Came Through’, his family's recent move to Denmark and Richmond Fontaine’s future
Interview with David Gedge
Cila Warncke chats to David Gedge from indie rockers the Wedding Present about his decision to move permanently to America and band's new album, 'Valentina'
Lisa Torem speaks to Andy Parker, the drummer with veteran hard rock band UFO, about his decision to rejoin the band after a ten year absence in 2005, his recent move to America from England, and the group's current busy touring schedule
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in what is our second interview with them, Ben Howarth speaks to Gleen Page from Medway-based 60's-influenced garage rockers about their recent move to Steve Van Zandt's Wicked Cool label and their latest album, 'Pictures'
At a gig at Rough Trade East in London, Sarah Maybank speaks to Parisian alt-rock band about their recent move to London, and their well-received, grunge-influenced second album, 'Sticks and Stones'
Widely acclaimed, Australian group Howling Bells have just released their debut album on Bella Union Records. Anthony Strutt talks to lead singer Juanita Stein about their decision to move to Britain and her band's cinematic brand of rock
Sons and Daughters
Cockpit, Leeds, 8/2/2008
At the Leeds Cockpit, Russell Ferguson sees Sons and Daughters on tour to promote their latest album, 'The Gift', live up to all expectations and after years of waiting in the wings move to centre stage
12 Bar Club, London, 1/5/2007
After more than 25 years of making music, Bitter Springs front man Simon Rivers recently played his first ever solo gig as the support act to the Band of the Holy Joy. Neil Palmer watches him play a brief, but stunning set liable to move even the heaviest of hearts
Old Trafford , Manchester, 9/7/2004...10/7/2004
At the Move festival in Manchester Mark Rowland enjoys sets by the Cure and former James frontman Tim Booth, but finds himself totally enthralled by the Pixies, back together after an absence of more than a decade
Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester, 9/7/2004
The concept of the Cure playing a cricket ground as part of the MOVE festival Manchester seemed perhaps too surreal even by their standards. At his first Cure show in two years, long term fan Anthony Strutt, however, finds them as compelling as ever
Hitting the Right Note
In 'Hitting the Right Note' Jon Rogers reflects on Glastonbury, which this years will include amongst it headliners the Rolling Stones and Mumford and Sons, and its move away from alternative music and into the mainstream
Condemned to Rock 'n' Roll
In the latest in his 'Condemned to Rock 'n' Roll' column, Ben Howarth writes about, faced with having to move, trying to unsuccessfully reduce his record collection