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Reviews


Breaking Up (2006)


Compulsive budget-price indie pop on debut album from new Yorkshire-based boy/girl group, the Research


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Interviews

Interview Catenary Wires  - Interview

Talulah Gosh, Heavenly and Tender Trap's Amelia Fletcher and Rob Pursey speak to John Clarkson about the expansion of their current band The Catenary Wires from a duo into a five-piece and 'Birling Gap', their just-released third album.


Spear Of Destiny
Interview with Kirk Brandon Spear Of Destiny - Interview with Kirk Brandon

Denzil Watson speaks to Spear of Destiny frontman Kirk Brandon about their classic 1985 third album 'World Service' which is being re-released in a reimagined new version.


Amelia Fletcher
Interview Talulah Gosh - Interview

Influential indie pop artist and front woman Amelia Fletcher talks to Paul Waller about her first band Talulah Gosh, who have a new compilation album out, and her other groups Heavenly, Marine Research and Tender Trap


Tender Trap
Interview Tender Trap - Interview

Rachel Williams speaks to indie pop group Tender Trap about their new line-up and first album in four years,'Dansette Dansette'


Amelia Fletcher
Interview Part 3 Talulah Gosh - Interview Part 3

In the third and final part of our interview with Amelia Fletcher, she talks about her work with Heavenly, Marine Research and Tender Trap, and the suicide of Heavenly's drummer, her brother Matthew, in 1996


Amelia Fletcher
Interview Part 2 Talulah Gosh - Interview Part 2

In the second part of our three part interview with Amelia Fletcher, she speaks to Anthony Strutt about breaking up her first band, indiepop group Talulah Gosh and forming her second group Heavenly, and her brief, disastrous career as a dance musician


Amelia Fletcher
Interview Part 1 Talulah Gosh - Interview  Part 1

Amelia Fletcher has fronted various influential indie bands including Heavenly, Marine Research, Sportique and her latest group Tender Trap. In the first part of a three part interview, she talks with Anthony Strutt about her first group Talulah Gosh.


Research
Interview Miscellaneous - Interview

Recorded on cheap instruments including a vintage Casio, indiepop trio the Research released their debut album 'Breaking Up' earlier this year. Frontman Russell talks to Mark Rowland about it and why the band try to reject twee comparisions


Amelia Fletcher/Tender Trap
Interview Tender Trap - Interview

One of the most influential figures in indie pop, Amelia Fletcher has fronted various bands including Talulah Gosh and Heavenly. She speaks to Anthony Strutt , with fellow band members Rob Pursey and DJ Downfall ,about her new group, Tender Trap


Live

Catenary Wires (1)
Gullivers, Manchester, 19/7/2019 Catenary Wires  - Gullivers, Manchester, 19/7/2019

Dixie Ernill finds indie veterans the Catenary Wires still cutting it live at Gullivers in Manchester.


Spear of Destiny
Greystones, Sheffield, 14/10/2014 Spear Of Destiny - Greystones, Sheffield, 14/10/2014

Denzil Watson watches 80's cult band Spear of Destiny play an explosive set at the Greystones in Sheffield to promote their latest album, '31'


Tender Trap
100 Club, London, 15/12/2010 Tender Trap - 100 Club, London, 15/12/2010

Despite front woman Amelia Fletcher battling flu, Anthony Strutt sees Tender Trap play an infectious and summery set of indie pop at the 100 Club in London


Tender Trap
Brixton JAMM, London, 22/7/2010 Tender Trap - Brixton JAMM, London, 22/7/2010

John Clarkson finds the indiepop scene flourishing on a five band bill out on by club night and label How Does It Feel to Be Loved? and headlined by Tender Trap at the Brixton JAMM in London


Wayne Hussey
West End Centre, Aldershot, 28/5/2003 Mission - West End Centre, Aldershot, 28/5/2003

Julia Willis has been a fan of both Wayne Hussey and the Mission for years, but at the West End Centre in Aldershot she is forced to reflect on how some things aren't meant to last...


Albums

Heavenly
P.U.N.K. Girl EP Heavenly - P.U.N.K. Girl EP

New Pennyblackmusic writer Rachel Williams reflects on Oxford-based twee pop act Heavenly's dark 1993 'P.U.N.K. Girl EP'







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