Dave Goodwin speaks to UK/French electronic duo Scenius about their 80's-influenced debut album, 'Enough Fears'.
Dave Goodwin speaks to Neil Arthur from seminal electronic group Blancmange about their 80's-influenced new and twelfth album, 'Mindset'.
Dave Goodwin speaks to Aidy Killens, the frontman with indie guitar rock trio and games enthusiasts The British IBM, about their third album, 'Play the Game'.
Dublin-based musician Peter Fitzpatrick talks to Dave Goodwin about his synthpop project Circuit3 and its second album, 'The Price of Nothing and The Value of Everything'.
With his debut album 'Between a Dream' out under his new name of Phonseca, Matthew O'Connor talks to Dave Goodwin about it and his musical background.
Secret Affair guitarist and founder member David Cairns chats to Dave Goodwin about the band’s early days, the late 1970s Mod movement and their upcoming fortieth anniversary which sees the group tour the UK.
Nottingham-based alternative rock outfit Luxury Stranger speak to Dave Goodwin about their new line-up, intensive touring schedule and playing Europe.
Servants of Science
Dave Goodwin talks to Stuart Avis, the keyboardist and main songwriter in new Brighton-based band Servants of Science, about his band's debut album 'The Swan Song', which is a concept record about an astronaut witnessing the end of the world from outer space.
Dave Goodwin talks to Moscow Circus front man Jonathan Beckett about Casio keyboards, his mum and their new album 'Resounding'
Dave Goodwin speaks to indie rock band Orphan Boy about their reformation, recent third album 'Coastal Tones' and heavy touring
In the third of our series 'Is This Your Year?', in which we will be following the fortunes of five acts over the course of a year, Dave Goodwin speaks to Nottingham-based 60's and 70's-influenced rock act, Lois
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark' front man Andy McCluskey speaks to Dave Goodwin about their 1984 fifth album 'Junk Culture', which has just been reissued in a new double CD edition
In the first part of this interview we found Simon York in not very good health as he had a really bad touch of the man flu. There seemed to have been something bothering Simon, and it was all about t
In a frank two part interview with Simon York, the front man with Nottingham-based alternative rockers Luxury Stranger, he speaks about his band's career, his anger with the music industry and their forthcoming third album
Dave Goodwin chats to Pittsburgh-born ex-Flamingos star and Northern Soul veteran Tommy Hunt about his lengthy career, and new double CD 'A Sign of the Times', which compiles together some of his 1970s' recordings
Dave Goodwin speaks to rising Australian singer-songwriter Mama Kin on her first British tour about her extraordinary second album, 'The Magician's Daughter'
Dave Goodwin speaks to Trash McSweeney, the front man with Australian art rockers the Red Paintings, about his band's breathtakingly original debut album 'The Revolution is Never Coming', which took five years to record, and thier visionary stage shows
Dave Goodwin chats to Spiritualized and Julian Cope guitarist and Nottingham-based engineer and producer Tony 'Doggen' Foster about working with Jake Bugg on his debut solo album and his musical career
Dave Goodwin chats to Simon York from Nottingham-based post-punk band Luxury Stranger about his band's forthcoming third album and his just released solo album, 'Nothing's Ever Quite What You Thought It Would Be'
Hazel O Connor
Dave Goodwin chats to 80's icon Hazel O'Connor about her autobiography and show 'Beyond Breaking Glass', the influence of her late mother and her dislike of poor lighting
Dave Goodwin chats to rising Nottingham-based band Hardback Fiction at the Deerstock Festival about how a change in their line-up has changed their sound and given them a new sense of direction
At the Deerstock Festival Dave Goodwin chats to much acclaimed Nottingham-based post punk/alt.rock band the Amber Herd about their forthcoming debut album
Dave Goodwin at the Deerstock Festival speaks to Watford-based guitarist Jacob West about his new band Def Digby, which combines together dub, reggae and psychedelic influences, and their new eight-song mini-album
At the Deerstock Festival Dave Goodwin speaks to Nottingham musician and singer-songwriter Leetabix, who combines singing and beatboxing together
Dave Goodwin chats to 80's icon Steve Strange about his decision to reform his seminal 80's group Visage and 'Hearts and Knives', their first album in twenty-seven years
Dave Goodwin chats to ex-Ultravox! front man John Foxx about his career, recent tour in support of Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and his present band, John Foxx and the Maths
Dark Dark Horse
Dave Goodwin speaks to ex-Kyte and current Maybeshewill member Jamie Ward and Kids in Cars singer James Stafford about their Leicestershire-based electronica duo Dark Dark Horse and 'Centuries', its debut album
I Am Giant
Dave Goodwin talks to Shelton Woolright and Paul Matthews from New Zealand/British rock trio I Am Giant about their search for a lead singer which involved 160 auditions before they found front man Ed Martin and their recently released debut album, 'The Horrifying Truth'
Dave Goodwin talks to Jonny Hooker, one of the multi-instrumentalists with rising new acoustic band Fossil Collective about their career to date and musical influences
Huey and the New Yorkers
Dave Goodwin speaks to Fun Lovin' Criminals front man Huey Morgan at a gig in Nottingham about his new band, Huey and the New Yorkers
Dave Goodwin chats to Skin, the singer with London-based rock band Skunk Anansie, about her group's reformation, new tour and second comeback album, 'Black Traffic'
Edwin Starr Band
With a gig coming up at the Jazz Cafe in London to commemorate the tenth anniversary of his death, Dave Goodwin speaks to long-term member Angelo Starr about his decision to take over as front man from his late brother in seminal soul outfit, the Edwin Starr Band