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Mark Shaw

Stereoboard Speak To Then Jerico's Mark Shaw About Their Reunion Tour & Future Plans (Interview)

It appears to be all the rage at the moment for 80’s revivals, reunions, and comebacks. Some are justified, some maybe not so much. It’s easy to remember the cheesy pop of the 80’s, but give a thought to those hard working credible bands who entertained back in the day with their great songs, lyrics and musicianship. 2012 sees the 25th Anniversary of ‘First’, the debut album from 80’s rock band Then Jerico. To celebrate, the band’s original line up are back together for a reunion tour around the O2 Academy venues and a trip into the digital “noughties”.

Written by: Katie Territt | Date: Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Andrew WK

Stereoboard Talk To Andrew WK About The 'I Get Wet' Anniversary Tour & A Brand New Album (Interview)

Did you hear the one about when Chuck Norris asked Andrew W.K. to throw him a party? No? Sadly, this story likely can’t be verified but the jist is simple: if you want a good time, if you want to have fun, if you want to party then Mr. W.K. is the man for the job. Currently bringing the ‘I Get Wet’ anniversary tour to all corners of the globe, it seemed there was no better time for UK fans to acquire a ticket and head out for an evening packed with partying.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Monday, 16 April 2012

Twin Atlantic

Stereoboard Talk To Twin Atlantic About Their Recent US Tour & Prospects Of A New Album (Interview)

Stereoboard caught up with Sam McTrusty and Craig Kneale from Twin Atlantic before their gig in Belfast’s Mandela Hall. Armed with only a packet of wine gums and a dodgy old school dictaphone I quizzed the pair about their recent tour in America, the prospect of a new album and their excellent fan base.

Written by: Daniel Lynch | Date: Friday, 13 April 2012

Breathe Carolina

Breathe Carolina Talk To Stereoboard About Their Success So Far & What's Up Next (Interview)

Denver’s Breathe Carolina - David Schmitt and Kyle Even – are enjoying continued success with their third full-length studio album 'Hell Is What You Make It' as the first single 'Blackout' climbed to Number Eighteen on the US Top 40 Chart and was certified gold last month.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Thursday, 12 April 2012

Revoker

Revoker Talk About The Response To 'Revenge For The Ruthless', Touring & What's Up Next (Interview)

Welsh metallers Revoker, who have already honed their chops with the likes of Sepultura, Cavalera Conspiracy and Rob Zombie, have just finished a mammoth charge around the UK performing alongside the likes of The Blackout and the mighty Chimaira, as well as giving a few of their own headline performances. If that wasn't enough, Revoker have just been confirmed as support for the legendary Anthrax who visit Cardiff's Coal Exchange for a one-off post Download Festival gig this June.

Written by: Jon Stickler | Date: Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Counting Crows

Adam Duritz From Counting Crows Discusses The New Album, Live Gigs & Internet Promotion (Interview)

First of all, if you could take us right back to the beginning. How did the Counting Crows start life as a band?

Written by: James Ball | Date: Tuesday, 10 April 2012

The Jim Jones Revue

The Jim Jones Revue Talk About Influences, A Third Studio Album & Their Imminent UK Tour (Interview)

The Jim Jones Revue head out on a short nine-date headline UK tour tomorrow and exclusively showcase new material from their eagerly anticipated third album. Following a headlining show at Le Beat Bepsoke Festival at 229 in London tonight, Thursday 5th April, The Jim Jones Revue will bring their unique brand of rock’n’roll ramamlama to cities and towns they either haven’t played before or haven’t played in a long time. Prior to hitting the towns and cities of Gloucester, Wales' very own Swansea, Wolverhampton, Preston, York and Stoke, Jim Jones Revue guitarist Rupert Orton took time out to talk to Stereoboard about the upcoming tour, the band's main influences and the anticipated third album.

Written by: Jon Stickler | Date: Thursday, 05 April 2012

LostAlone

Stereoboard Talk To LostAlone About Touring & Details Of Their Next Studio Album (Interview)

On the penultimate date of their tour supporting post hardcore rockers InMe, I caught up with Lostalone front man, singer, guitarist and song writer Steven Batelle at Cardiff’s most intimate and cherished music venue Clwb Ifor Bach or “The Welsh Club” as it’s referred to by English speakers. Lostalone have been enjoying some astounding and arguably deserved fortune and Batelle was more than happy to chat about their experience of supporting My Chemical Romance and 30 Seconds to Mars, as well as his love of all things pop, his respect for Freddie Mercury, his desire to collaborate with Marina and the Diamonds and how their new album and their current tour have been feeding their optimism. He even briefly speaks on their next album. Enjoy…

Written by: Owen Sheppard | Date: Thursday, 05 April 2012

Pelican

Pelican Speak To Stereoboard Ahead Of Their New EP Release & UK Tour (Interview)

Pelican have been away a little while, but 'Ataraxia / Taraxis' is one hell of a return for you. How has it been re-starting the Pelican machine after a couple of years of limited activity?

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Tuesday, 03 April 2012

Stillpoint

Belfast's Stillpoint Discuss How To Put On A DIY Tour Of The UK & Upcoming Releases (Interview)

Once upon a time, crossing the threshold of Messers Courtney and McKendry heralded the starting point of a raucous night of partying and music. Jack Courtney (bass) and Dave McKendry (guitar and vocals) have been a musical partnership since their mid-teens in bands such as Custom Gauge, but this latest manifestation of their combined talent is the most progressive, most exciting and most promising to date. As front man, McKendry is the leader of the discussion, taking conversation where he wants it to go in the same way he can control an audience. Conversely, bassist Courtney sits back and takes everything going on around him in, like his bass playing he’s always there, but not always in the foreground. Only when it has been carefully considered does he enter the dialogue and when he does you make damn sure you listen.

Written by: Daniel Lynch | Date: Tuesday, 03 April 2012

Lostprophets

Stereoboard Speak To Lostprophets Ahead Of The Release Of New Album 'Weapons' & UK Tour (Interview)

Welsh rockers Lostprophets have been making a name for themselves for an impressive 12 years. 4 albums, numerous tours, awards, nominations and a hardcore base of fans have earned them an accolade of one of Britain’s best rock bands. 2012 brings a new chapter for the band and album number 5 in the form of ‘Weapons’. Jamie from the band had a chat with me about what they feel is a new start for Lostprophets.

Written by: Katie Territt | Date: Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Noah Stewart

Stereoboard Speak To Tenor Noah Stewart Ahead Of The Release Of His Debut Album 'Noah' (Interview)

It is hard to believe that only a few years ago Harlem Tenor Noah Stewart was a receptionist at New York’s Carnegie Hall, working to pay for his singing lessons. Monday 26th March will see Noah release his debut album, 'Noah', demonstrating on record his fine reputation as one of the fastest-rising young tenors in the world, making debuts in Lisbon, London, New York and Paris in repertoire including Cavaradossi (Tosca), Rodolfo (La Boheme) and Don Jose (Carmen). Stereoboard caught up with Noah for a chat about his new album, his journey so far in becoming an opera star and what to look out for in the coming months.

Written by: Jon Stickler | Date: Wednesday, 21 March 2012

The Answer

The Answer Talk About Their Second UK 'Revival' Tour As Well As What's Next For The Band (Interview)

Having just wrapped-up yet another lengthy nationwide headline tour, this time with fellow rockers The Union in tow, The Answer's guitarist Paul Mahon took a little time out to chat to us about the success of their latest Top 40 album 'Revival', life on the road, and what's next for the rock n roll revivalists.

Written by: Jon Stickler | Date: Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Michael Bolton

Stereoboard Talk To Michael Bolton About New Album 'Gems', Touring & Future Plans (Interview)

History remembers 'How Am I Supposed To Live Without You' as the record that topped the charts twice. Having gained a further eight hits, sold over 53 million albums and received his very own Star, on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Michael Bolton is undeniably, one of few musicians who continues to grow from strength to strength, while retaining his iconic status.

Written by: Gemma-Louise Johnson | Date: Friday, 16 March 2012

The Fray

Stereoboard Speak To The Fray About ‘Scars & Stories’, Touring & UK Visit This Autumn (Interview)

The Denver-born ‘How To Save a Life’ piano-rock band recently released their hotly anticipated third studio album and I managed to catch up with Isaac and Joe to discuss the record and the band’s plans for the near future.

Written by: Ryan Tinslay | Date: Tuesday, 13 March 2012

2000 Trees

Stereoboard Speaks To 2000Trees Ahead Of This Year’s Festival (Interview)

With 2000trees closing in fast this July, we spoke to one of the festival’s main organisers, Andy Rea, about what makes the event such a highlight of the British festival calendar.

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Monday, 12 March 2012

Grouplove

Stereoboard Speak To Grouplove Ahead Of Their London Headline Show (Interview)

After the success of their critically acclaimed self-titled EP, Grouplove released their debut album 'Never Trust A Happy Song' in September and from then they have just gone from strength to strength. The LA-based band that came together in Crete had been touring across Europe and the UK and tonight was probably Grouplove's biggest headline show to date in the capital. They had sold out the Relentless Garage venue in Islington and before the show we got a chance to speak to them about Brussels, Glastonbury and the two girls dressed as tigers that were outside tonight's venue!

Written by: Ryan Crittenden | Date: Monday, 05 March 2012

Municipal Waste

Stereoboard Speak To Municipal Waste About New Album 'The Fatal Feast' & Touring (Interview)

Municipal Waste hail from Richmond, Virginia. Their music is an intense mixture of punk and thrash metal and they love to party. I managed to catch guitarist Ryan for a couple of minutes to talk about their upcoming album 'The Fatal Feast'.

Written by: Steven James | Date: Thursday, 01 March 2012

Yoav

Stereoboard Talk To Singer-Songwriter Yoav About His Work & Anticipated Third Album (Interview)

Yoav is, at his simplest, a singer-songwriter, but he infuses trip-hop and electronic beats so well, he’s a difficult one to pigeonhole. He’s a one-man-band who presents multifarious, intricate sounds – it’s the sort of music that gives you goosebumps and makes for an eminently beguiling and passionate live show. I had the chance to catch up with the artist to chat about his work and highly anticipated third album.

Written by: Rachel Preece | Date: Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Sennen

Sennen Chat To Stereoboard About New Album ‘Lost Harmony’ (Interview)

Next week, London-based alt-rock quartet Sennen are to release their new single ‘Vultures’, the first to be taken from their upcoming third album ‘Lost Harmony’. Ahead of its release, the band’s frontman Larry Holmes spoke to Stereoboard to tell us more about Sennen’s music…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Tuesday, 28 February 2012

King Charles

King Charles Speaks To Stereoboard About His Debut Album ‘LoveBlood’ (Interview)

Last month, London-based solo artist King Charles fought off competition from the likes of Lana Del Rey and Michael Kiwanuka to take second place in MTV’s Brand New For 2012 poll. Having just headed out on another tour of the UK last week, the king is now readying himself for the long-awaited release of his debut album ‘LoveBlood’, which is due out on 7th May. Taking a break from his recent tour preparations, King Charles spared a few moments to tell Stereoboard more about his music and about the new album…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Sunday, 26 February 2012

The Twilight Sad

Stereoboard Speaks To The Twilight Sad Ahead Of A Big Year For The Scottish Art Rockers (Interview)

Hi James great to be talking to you. I suppose it would be best to start by talking about your new album, “No One Can Ever Know”. There are a few noticeable changes in style on this record compared to previous efforts by the band, and I was wondering what prompted those…?

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Monday, 13 February 2012

St Spirit

St Spirit speak to Stereoboard about Debut EP ‘Pigeon’ (Interview)

Following the recent media attention sparked by their upcoming debut release ‘Pigeon’, Crystal Palace-based quintet St Spirit are unlikely to have escaped many people’s notice. With a genuine DIY approach to making music, the band completed the new songs at home before sending them over to be mixed by Adrian Bushby, who has also worked with the likes of U2, Muse and Foo Fighters. As the five-piece prepare to launch their first EP with a handful of dates in the capital later this month, frontman Myles McCabe spoke with Stereoboard to tell us more about the history of St Spirit and their music…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Tuesday, 07 February 2012

Dead Wolf Club

Dead Wolf Club Chat To Stereoboard About Their Debut Album & Upcoming Tour (Interview)

London-based alt-rock quartet Dead Wolf Club will be releasing their self-titled debut album next week before heading out on their very first UK tour. As the band prepare for the imminent release, Stereoboard caught up with frontman John Othello and guitarist Alwin Fernandez to find out more about their music and about their obsession with knitting. Eagle-eyed readers, look out for the hidden music competition and you could win the chance to get your hands on a free Cadbury’s Flake – but probably not…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Thursday, 26 January 2012

Jack Robert Hardman

Stereoboard Talk With Up-And-Coming Singer-Songwriter Jack Robert Hardman (Interview)

Hailing from Ascot, we speak to up and coming solo artist Jack Robert Hardman about releasing his first official single in February, how he got into music and how he incorporates his personality into his lyrics.

Written by: Chris 'PJ' Martin | Date: Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Enter Shikari

Enter Shikari Talk To Stereoboard About Their Top 10 Album ‘A Flash Flood Of Colour’ (Interview)

Kicking off 2012 with a bang, Enter Shikari’s highly-anticipated third album ‘A Flash Flood of Colour’ crashed into the official UK Albums Chart this weekend as the highest new entry, reaching a satisfying Number Four. As the band prepare for their tour of the UK and Europe in March, alongside support acts Young Guns and Tek-One, Stereoboard caught up with bassist Chris Batten to find out more about the album and about what New Year’s Resolutions they’ve made…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Monday, 23 January 2012

Blessthefall

Beau Bokan Of Blessthefall Talks To Stereoboard About Touring, UK Festivals & Starbucks (Interview)

Beau Bokan is certainly a character. He took over as the frontman for Blessthefall in 2008 and since then has helped push them ahead of their peers with two very strong albums. Here they are just about to perform at Rock City, supporting Asking Alexandria. Stereoboard spoke with him on some topics including Starbucks and UK Festivals.

Written by: Marcus Colley | Date: Thursday, 19 January 2012

Asking Alexandria

Stereoboard Talk To Asking Alexandria Ahead Of Their Tour Show At Nottingham's Rock City (Interview)

Asking Alexandria are taking over, they've just returned from a gigantic US tour and kicked-off their UK tour on Friday 13th January in Ireland. Here I am in Rock City, Nottingham, while outside thousands of fans clad in the band's t-shirts squirm and chant, "Let us in", for more than an hour. Ahead of their show, Stereoboard speak to Ben Bruce, guitarist and songwriter. Topics include 'fucking metal' and 'metal'.

Written by: Marcus Colley | Date: Thursday, 19 January 2012

Textures

Stereoboard Speak To Dutch Metallers Textures About Their 2011 (Interview)

Within the cavernous confines of Manchester Academy, Stereoboard spoke to Textures guitarist Jochem Jacobs about the mutual love between the Dutch metal sextet and Taylor Swift…and other things…

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Canyons Of Static

Stereoboard Talk To Canyons Of Static About Their New Album 'Farewell Shadows' (Interview)

Wisconsin’s Canyons of Static almost immediately set the new year alight with their startlingly graceful and extremely accomplished new album 'Farewell Shadows'. Formed in 2005, 'Farewell Shadows' - the bands fourth long player, exudes a maturity and a finely crafted balance that Canyons of Static have no doubt endeavoured to create since their inception. To find out more about this, the new album and Canyons of Static in general, stereoboard caught up with the bands guitarist Ross Severson.

Written by: Patrick Gormley | Date: Friday, 06 January 2012

The Minutes

The Minutes chat to Stereoboard about their debut album ‘Marcata’ (Interview)

Following the success of their debut album ‘Marcata’ at home, Dublin-based rock trio The Minutes are currently preparing to introduce it to the rest of the world. ‘Marcata’, named after the New York studios where the album was recorded, is due for release in the UK at the end of this month before the band’s upcoming tour dates in February. In the run-up to its UK release, frontman Mark Austin spoke to Stereoboard to tell us more about the album and the history of The Minutes…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Monday, 02 January 2012

12 Dirty Bullets

Stereoboard Talk To 12 Dirty Bullets About Their US Tour, New Album & Making A Living (Interview)

Since the release of their debut ‘Downsides to Making A Living’ two years ago, things have been on the upside for London based Indie outfit, 12 Dirty Bullets. Fresh off the back of a 44 date stint across America after reaching number one in the US radio charts, as well as giving Europe the quick once over, before embarking on the UK leg of their tour, the band proves that hard work pays off. In Camden’s swanky Bar Solo, 12 Dirty Bullets Front man, Jamie waits patiently with a brew to be interviewed...“There aren’t any musicians here today, it’s just me, they’re all in the studio recording for the new album!” He says shaking Stereo Board’s hand with excitement. During our interview, Jamie talks America, the new album and the downsides to making a living.

Written by: Gemma Johnson | Date: Friday, 16 December 2011

Michael Monroe

Michael Monroe Talks To Stereoboard About Touring, His New Book & Album Artwork (Interview)

Now in his fourth decade as a performing artist, Michael Monroe has gone from strength to strength-whether fronting Finland’s legendary Hanoi Rocks or concentrating on his solo career, he’s had his fair share of rock n’ roll tribulations along the way, including the rise and fall of Hanoi Rocks and the loss of their late drummer, Nicholas ’Razzle’ Dingley. But two years on, after the band’s final farewell tour, Monroe’s career has continued to rocket- winning Classic Rock ‘Album of the Year’ award for this year’s ‘Sensory Overdrive,’ and the release of his autobiography, it’s safe to say that 2011 has been the year of Michael Monroe.

Written by: Gemma Johnson | Date: Friday, 16 December 2011

Alesana

Melodic Hardcore Band Alesana Speak to Stereoboard about their February Tour (Interview)

In February, US hardcore sextet Alesana will be heading over to the UK for a number of dates in support of their fourth album ‘A Place Where The Sun is Silent’, the follow-up to last year’s ‘The Emptiness’. The band’s latest offering, which was released in October, is a concept album featuring 16 tracks split into two acts.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Monday, 12 December 2011

Live Music

Booking Agent Natasha Bent Speaks To Stereoboard About The Live Music Industry (Interview)

In the eight or so years that The Agency Group’s Natasha Bent has been a booking agent, she has booked over 600 shows in approximately 25 countries, as well as 130 festival slots at the likes of Glastonbury, Latitude and Reading and Leeds. Natasha currently represents a roster of 25 acts, including Foals, Amy Macdonald, Noisettes, Cage the Elephant and Passion Pit. At the end of another busy year, which has seen her sign Foster the People and Darwin Deez and travel to approximately 200 shows, Natasha took some time out to chat with Stereoboard about the life of a booking agent and the future of the music industry…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Sunday, 11 December 2011

Saxon

Saxon Frontman Biff Byford Talks To Stereoboard About A Busy Year For The Band (Interview)

Few bands see themselves make it to the 35 year mark without break ups, reformations and the loss of integral members, yet Saxon have done exactly that. 2011 has seen the band not only tour heavily, but release their nineteenth studio album ‘Call To Arms’, one many have dubbed one of the best of their careers. Prior to a recent show in Sweden, Biff Byford took some time out to talk about the very hectic year the band have worked through.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Tuesday, 06 December 2011

Dragged Into Sunlight

Stereoboard Talk To Mysterious Extreme Metallers Dragged Into Sunlight At Damnation 2011 (Interview)

For those who like their music extreme, Dragged into Sunlight are almost the perfect band. Comprised of four nameless members who perform some of the most unholy, horrific metal imaginable, Stereoboard took the opportunity to interview one of the band’s mystery members backstage at Damnation Festival…

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Thursday, 01 December 2011

Saidah Baba Talibah

Stereoboard Talk To Saidah Baba Talibah About Her New Single '(S)Cream' (Interview)

Hello Saidah! How’s your day been?

Written by: V O'Hagan | Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Wednesday 13

Stereoboard Speak To Wednesday 13 Ahead Of His Glasgow Show (Interview)

For those unaware of the man that is Wednesday 13, where have you been? Famed for his work in bands like Frankstein Drag Queens from Planet 13, Bourbon Crow, Gunfire 76 and, of course, the Murderdolls, you’ve had your fair share of projects to sink your teeth – or fangs, if you fancy buying into the horror image – into. With his fellow ‘dolls bandmate Joey Jordison was kept busy with the return of Slipknot over the course of this year, Wednesday 13 fans were treated to a new solo record and tour from the man of a million projects.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Alter Bridge

Stereoboard Talk To Alter Bridge Ahead Of Their Headline Show At Wembley Arena (Interview)

Alter Bridge are going up in the music world – quite a feat when you consider how acclaimed they were to start with. 2011 not only saw them annihilate Download Festival in one of the weekend’s best sets, but embark on their biggest headline tour to date. On November 29th, we caught up with drummer Scott ‘Flip’ Phillips a few hours shy of their mammoth headline show at Wembley, set to be one of the defining and memorable shows of the band’s career.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2011

The Ordinary Boys

Preston of The Ordinary Boys talks to Stereoboard about December Tour (Interview)

Later this week, singer-songwriter Samuel Preston will be hitting the road with his band The Ordinary Boys for the first time in over three years. Since the group’s spilt in 2008, Preston has rarely strayed too far from the music scene and is now a successful writer for a number of other budding artists. One of his biggest successes to date came recently, when he co-wrote Olly Murs’s Number One hit single ‘Heart Skips A Beat’ earlier this year. Just a few days ahead of The Ordinary Boys’ comeback tour, Preston speaks to Stereoboard about his new career and about the future of the band…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Tuesday, 29 November 2011

The Savage Nomads

The Savage Nomads speak to Stereoboard about their Debut Album (Interview)

Earlier this month, South London’s The Savage Nomads released ‘What the Angel Said’, the latest single to be taken from their debut album ‘Coloured Clutter’. The album has already earned the band a great deal of attention and even gained them a number of well-known admirers, such as The Clash’s Mick Jones. Ahead of The Savage Nomads’ upcoming live dates in London, singer and guitarist Cole Salewicz spoke to Stereoboard to tell us more about the band’s music and why they sound like “Yasser Arafat wrestling six alligators.” Intrigued? Read on…

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Monday, 28 November 2011

Amplifier

Stereoboard Talk To British Trio Amplifier Ahead Of Their Forthcoming UK Tour (Interview)

Amplifier is one of the best bands in Britain, although you may not yet have noticed. Frontman Sel Balamir was kind enough to take the time to tell Stereoboard about the band’s year.  

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Friday, 25 November 2011

Devin Townsend Project

Stereoboard Talks To Devin Townsend, The Man Who Does Not Stop, At Damnation 2011 (Interview)

Somehow Devin managed to find time during his insanely busy schedule for a chat, with both his Damnation show and the performances of each Devin Townsend Project album in London coming up. In this interview Devin reveals the difficult of the immense challenges he has faced in his quest to be…well, totally fucking awesome.

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Monday, 21 November 2011

Shining

Stereoboard Talk With Shining At Last Month's Damnation Festival (Interview)

Stereoboard sat down with Jørgen Munkeby and Bernt Moen from Norwegian avant-garde jazz metallers Shining at Damnation Festival to find out what makes this craziest of bands tick.

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Friday, 18 November 2011

Joseph Coward

Stereoboard Speak To Joseph Coward About His New Single & New Signing To O Genesis Label (Interview)

Joseph Coward. A previously unknown commodity from Brentwood in Essex. He now has the accolade of a new and already well-respected label behind him in the form of O Genesis Recordings, while also being one of the most down-to-earth guys you'll ever come across. He has experienced the fortunes and misfortunes of growing up, and now at 19 is finally experiencing some hard-earned exposure. We talk to him about his new single, signing to O Genesis, and his own thoughts on the music industry and his home town.

Written by: Chris 'PJ' Martin | Date: Friday, 11 November 2011

Rizzle Kicks

Stereoboard Talk To Rizzle Kicks About Their Rise To Pop Stardom (Interview)

A lot can happen in a year in pop music — and to teenage hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks, last autumn must seem a very, very long time ago.

Written by: Nick Duquemin | Date: Tuesday, 01 November 2011

The Answer

Stereoboard Speak To The Answer About Extensive Touring And Their Rock N Roll Revival (Interview)

The Answer are one of the finer finds in the realm of rock ‘n’ roll. Proving that the genre, contrary to the opinions of certain press outlets, is far from dead, the Irish foursome are in the midst of a lengthy club UK tour following the release of their third and highly acclaimed record ‘Revival’. In the midst of this tour, and on a journey to find food for the evening, the band’s bassist Micky Waters took a little time to talk about everything from their extensive touring with the mighty AC/DC to proving to the critics that rock ‘n’ roll isn’t dead as they hit the top 40 with their latest offering.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Friday, 28 October 2011

We Are Augustines

We Are Augustines Speak To Stereoboard About Their Forthcoming Debut Album (Interview)

Next month, Brooklyn-based indie-rock trio We Are Augustines will release new single ‘Book of James’ – the first to be taken from their debut album ‘Rise Ye Sunken Ships’, which is due out early next year. The band’s singer and guitarist Billy McCarthy recently described the song as a “eulogy” for his brother James, who tragically took his own life following a struggle with mental illness and homelessness.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Thursday, 27 October 2011

Kids In Glass Houses

Stereoboard Speak To Kids In Glass Houses Guitarist Iain Mahanty At London's HMV Forum (Interview)

Stereoboard caught up with Kids In Glass Houses guitarist Iain Mahanty prior to their show at London HMV Forum on 4th October. You can check out our review of the show HERE, however, in the meantime, here's what Iain had to say about the tour so far, new album 'In Gold Blood', playing live and what's next for Kids In Glass Houses.

Written by: Matthew Williamson | Date: Wednesday, 26 October 2011

 
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