Former Cure drummer and keyboardist Lol Tolhurst talks to Anthony Strutt about his memoir 'Cured' and his long-standing friendship with Robert Smith
Anthony Strutt speaks to Ray Neal, the guitarist with critically acclaimed American alternative rock act Miracle Legion, about his band's history and their reformation after a break of almost two decades
Cult of Dom Keller
Anthony Strutt speaks to Nottingham/Leicester psychedelic hybrid the Cult of Dom Keller about their third album, 'Goodbye to the Light' at a gig in Leicester
Anthony Strutt talks to Love guitarist Johnny Echols about his friendship with their front man, the late Arthur Lee; their relationship with Elektra Records and the making of their first three classic albums
Anthony Strutt talks to singer-songwriter Tom Lockett about his career with 60's-influenced psychedelic group Electroshock Therapy and 'Feeling Bad', hos debut solo single
Anthony Strutt speaks to Cambridge-based Indiepop group Mammoth Penguins, which are fronted by former Standard Fare front woman Emma Kupa, about their career to date and holding down a full time job while being in an indie band
Anthony Strutt speaks to Austin, Texas-based shoegaze trio Ringo Deathstarr at a gig in Leicester about their recent third album,'Pure Mood', and their influences
Anthony Strutt speaks with Nile Marr, the front man with Manchester, alternative pop trio to discuss the history of the band, their debut album, 'TV Broke My Brain' and working with his father, former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr
Neil Halstead, the front man with influential shoegaze band Slowdive, talks to Anthony Strutt about his band's forthcoming comeback album and their inclusion on recent shoegaze box set, 'Still in a Dream'
Anthony Strutt speaks to London-based noise pop band Chorusgirl at a show at the Chameleon Arts Café in Nottingham on their first full-length UK tour about their eponymous debut album
Anthony Strutt speaks to Stephen Lawrie from experimental/psychedelic act the Telescopes about his band's lengthy history and their recent inclusion on 'Still in a Dream', a new five CD shoegaze box set
Place to Bury Strangers
Anthony Strutt catches up with original and founder member, Oliver Ackermann from New York-based noise rockers A Place to Bury Strangers to talk about their just released fourth album, 'Transfixiation', and life for the band since leaving Mute Records
Anthony Strutt speaks to Andy Bell, the guitarist with Ride, in an archive interview from 1997 about his then new band Hurricane #1, and then again before one of Ride's recent reformation gigs at The Roundhouse in london
Anthony Strutt speaks to St. Petersburg shoegazing band Pinkshinyultrablast and recent Club AC30 signing at a gig in Leicester during their first visit to the UK
Children of Leir
Anthony Strutt chats to experimental Leicester-based band Children of Leir about their fascination with history and mythology and their just released self-titled second album
Anthony Strutt chats to much acclaimed noise rock band Spectres about their much acclaimed debut album 'Dying' and why they have decided to release it on Sonic Cathedral rather than through Howling Owl, their own label
Anthony Strutt chats to former Appliance guitarist James Brooks about his latest project, instrumental solo act Land Observations, and its second album, 'The Grand Tour'
I Like Trains
Anthony Strutt speaks to Leeds alternative rock band I Like Trains about their fascination with history and lengthy career
Mighty Lemon Drops
Anthony Strutt talks to Dave Newton, the guitarist with Wolverhampton 80's psychedelic post punk band and C86 act the Mighty Lemon Drops, about his band's history and their huge success in America
Anthony Strutt chats to David Westlake from 80's guitar pop band and C86 act the Servants about his band's turbulent career and working in it with the young Luke Haines
Anthony Strutt speaks to Mike Ryan, the guitarist with Derbyshire-based indie pop band and original C86 act the Bodines, about his group's history
One Thousand Violins
Anthony Strutt chats to John Wood, the original front man with 80's Sheffield-based indie pop band and C86 act One Thousand Violins, about his former group
Anthony Strutt speaks to Starsailor front man James Walsh about his solo debut album, 'Turning Point'
Anthony Strutt chats to new grunge act the Wytches about their influences and forthcoming debut album
Anthony Strutt speaks to seminal early 1990's shoegazing/dream pop band Slowdive about their recent reformation and plans to both tour and hopefully record after a twenty year absence
Anthony Strutt chats to former Gene drummer Matt James about the 90's alternative rock band, who have just all of their albums reissued on double CDs
Mineral are an electronic quartet with members in both Dublin and Paris. Anthony Strutt chats to front man Craig Walker about his group's debut album 'Plastic Ekohastric', which is being released on former Creation Records owner Alan McGee's new label 359 Music
Anthony Strutt speaks to London-based group Younghusband at a gig in Leicester on their debut UK tour about their music which combines shoegaze with psychedelia and Krautrock and their debut album, 'Dromes'
John Lennon McCullagh
Anthony Strutt speaks to 15-year old singer-songwriter John Lennon McCullaugh, who is the first signing to ex-Creation Records boss Alan McGee's new label 359 Music, about his debut album, 'North South Divide'
Anthony Strutt chats to East London indie pop trio Flowers about signing to Fortuna POP! and their just released second vinyl only single, 'Until You're Dead'
Children of Leir
Anthony Strutt talks to Leicester-based psychedelic two-piece the Children of Leir about their history to date and just released eponymous debut album
Leicester-based folk singer-songwriter and musician Andrew 'Skatz' Scattergood chats to Anthony Strutt about his one-man show 'Father Used to Say' and its accompanying album
Anthony Strutt talks to former Icicle Works front man Ian McNabb about his latest solo album 'Eclectic Warrior'
Anthony Strutt chats to Scott Hislop from Leicestershire-based electronic/shoegazing group about their new album 'Love to be Lost', and while they are little known in Britain their huge popularity in Asia
Yeah Yeah Noh
In the second part of our interview with 80's Leicestershire-based indie experimental/psychedelic act Yeah Yeah Noh, Anthony Strutt speaks to guitarist John Grayson about their recent reformation
Yeah Yeah Noh
80's Leicestershire-based indie experimental/psychedelic act Yeah Yeah Noh reformed after an absence of twenty-five years. In the first part of a two part interview, Anthony Strutt speaks to them at a gig in Leicester about the group
Her Name is Calla
Anthony Strutt talks to cinematic Leicester-formed group Her Name is Calla about their diverse sound and as-yet-untitled forthcoming third album
Anthony Strutt speaks to ex-Echo and The Bunnymen keyboardist, Paul Fleming, about his years with the band, and ‘Towers’, the industrial-influenced second album of Baltic Fleet, his solo project
Anthony Strutt talks to bassist Peter Hook about his second book ‘Unknown Pleasures: Inside Joy Division’, which tells of his life in Joy Division
Anthony Strutt speaks to Liz Hunt, the vocalist and keyboardist with eight-piece Cardiff-based indie pop group the School, about her previous band the Loves and fronting such an extensive line-up
Trixie's Big Red Motorbike
Anthony Strutt speaks to Mark Litten from Isle of Wight-formed and now Japanese-based early 80's indie pop act Trixie's Big Red Motorbike about his band's recent reformation
Anthony Strutt chats to young Tokyo-based four-piece Taffy about their music and influences
Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Anthony Strutt speaks to Brian Nash, the guitarist with the controversial Frankie Goes To Hollywood, about his years in the 80's group and recent autobiography
Anthony Strutt discusses with John Wood both his 80's bands One Thousand Violins and the Chrysalids, the latter of whom have recently released their debut album, 'Neither Love Nor Money', over twenty years after they recorded most of its songs
Anthony Strutt talks to Martin Rossiter, the former front man with Gene, about his PledgeMusic-funded debut solo album, ‘The Defenestration of St. Martin’
Anthony Strutt chats to musician, producer and studio owner Mitch Easter about his work with R.E.M. in their early career, and his own much acclaimed 80's band Let's Active
Anthony Strutt speaks to Lancashire-based indie husband-and-wife duo the Lovely Eggs about their anarchic band and impossible-to-define sound
In the second part of our two part interview with Duglas T. Stewart from Scottish indie legends BMX Bandits, Anthony Strutt talks to him about the band's years on Creation Records and change of direction in recent years with the addition for the first time of a female co-singer, Rachel Allison
In the first part of a two part interview, Duglas T. Stewart, the front man with Scottish group BMX Bandits, speaks to Anthony Strutt about groundbreaking indie pop guitar band, and it early years in the late 80s on influential record label 53rd & 3rd Records
In their third Pennyblackmusic interview, Anthony Strutt speaks to twee pop group Tender Trap about their musical history and forthcoming fourth album, 'Ten Songs About Girls'
In the first part of a two part interview, Anthony Strutt speaks to London-based bass player about his early musicial influences and mid 80's post-punk band the Servants
...while in the second part he talks about fronting his own short-lived group Apple Boutique, who had a single out on Creation Records, and working with both Lush and the Jesus and Mary Chain
I Like Trains
Matt Bartram, the former singer/guitarist with Air Formation, discusses with Anthony Strutt his new band You Walk Through Walls and their upcoming EP 'Destroyed Places'
Former Green on Red guitarist Chuck Prophet speaks to Anthony Strutt about his solo career, and his eleventh album, 'Temple Beautiful', which is about his home city of San Francisco
Dixie Ernill speaks to William Potter from late 80's and early 90's indie pop act Cud about their forthcoming four CD box set and reformation tour
Anthony Strutt speaks to Ed Bannard, the former front man with Palace Fires, and guitarist Simon Ritchie at a gig in Leicester about their band Hymnn and 'In the Depths', their debut album of last year