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Papa Roach

Papa Roach's Jacoby Shaddix Discusses New Albums, 18 Years Of Papa Roach & Cooking (Interview)

When you hear the name Papa Roach, it’s almost a guarantee that at least one song of theirs will spring to mind. Forming in 1993, the band have had the best part of two decades to work towards the point at which they currently sit: headlining shows worldwide, a huge, strong fan base behind them and a repertoire of hits under their belt.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Friday, 03 June 2011

Natalie McCool

Stereoboard Talks To Natalie McCool About New EP 'Black Sun' & Future Plans (Interview)

The charts seem to be awash with female singer-songwriters at the moment. You can't seem to turn the radio on, pick up a paper or look online without seeing mentions of Adele, Ellie Goulding, Laura Marling and the like. With the growing success of these artists, is there room for anymore? Well with the talent, passion and drive that Natalie McCool has, she's certainly got a damn good chance of adding herself to that list!

Written by: Katie Territt | Date: Monday, 30 May 2011


Stereoboard Speaks To Maybeshewill About New Album & Current UK Tour (Interview)

Leicester’s finest, instrumental heavyweights Maybeshewill, recently released what is sure to end up as one of the top releases of 2011 in the epic 'I Was Here For A Moment, Then I Was Gone'. Guitarist John Helps took time out of the band’s busy touring schedule to chat to Stereoboard... 

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Monday, 30 May 2011


Stereoboard Speak To Fink About New Album 'Perfect Darkness', Collaborations & Cocktails (Interview)

Stereoboard caught up with Fin Greenall, AKA Fink, in Paris in the middle of his grocery shopping for a meal he’s putting on that evening. However, despite his busy schedule, he’s eager to talk to Stereoboard on the phone about his fourth proper studio album 'Perfect Darkness', his collaborations, what happened the day he played the Royal Albert Hall and his personal cocktail that doesn’t exist yet…

Written by: Jon Stickler | Date: Friday, 20 May 2011

The Pattern Theory

Stereoboard Speaks To The Pattern Theory About Recording Their New Album, Touring & More (Interview)

With the imminent release of the debut album and a full on tour of Europe on the horizon, Stereoboard were somewhat fortunate to catch up with Carl Schilde and James Yates of The Pattern Theory. The band, formed in Leeds but now based in Berlin have been busy for the last few months finishing the record and practicing for the tour but found time to explain why the album was recorded in a disused office block, the current transition within the music industry and the interesting idea of a concert for 12 mobile subwoofers.

Written by: Patrick Gormley | Date: Monday, 09 May 2011

Manchester Orchestra

Stereoboard Speak To Manchester Orchestra About Their UK Tour & New Album 'Simple Math' (Interview)

Hey Manchester Orchestra! So nobody gets confused do you want to say who you are and what you do in the band?

Written by: Matthew Williamson | Date: Monday, 09 May 2011

The Computers

Stereoboard Speak To The Computers Ahead Of Their Camden Barfly Show (Interview)

Hailing from Exeter with a solid punk rock background, The Computers are coming and are intent on taking over the world with their unique 'punk & roll' sound.

Written by: Hayley Taylor | Date: Tuesday, 03 May 2011

The Boy Who Trapped The Sun

Stereoboard Speaks To The Boy Who Trapped The Sun (Interview)

Born on the Isle of Lewis, singer-songwriter Colin MacLeod, aka The Boy Who Trapped the Sun, has been gaining a lot of acclaim for his debut album 'Fireplace'. He returned for some rescheduled shows this April, starting at King Tuts in Glasgow. Stereoboard were sadly unable to attend the show, but were still able to ask Colin a few questions via e-mail after the gig, and received some interesting answers on the Lewis music scene and the music industry in general.

Written by: Jonny Rimmer | Date: Tuesday, 26 April 2011


Geoff Rickly of Thursday talks to Stereoboard about New Album ‘No Devolucion’ (Interview)

“It feels like more of an English record than anything we’ve done before,” says Thursday vocalist Geoff Rickly, a few hours before the band’s performance at Millennium Music Hall in Cardiff. Just over a week prior to this latest string of UK dates, the New Jersey post-hardcore sextet unleashed their sixth album No Devolucion on the world. As fans and critics have since discovered, the band’s newest effort represents somewhat of a diversion from their previous work. However, as Geoff goes on to explain, this new direction has proved to be a pleasantly surprising release. “We’ve never had such positive reviews. It’s really nice that people seem to get the record right away.”

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Tuesday, 26 April 2011


Stereoboard Speaks To Heath Hospodarsky & James Lyle Of Giants To Talk About The New EP (Interview)

Initially formed in 2005 in Americas mid west, post rock outfit Giants have never relented in doing things their way. Their self titled first EP recorded on a shoestring in Cedar Falls, Iowa was originally intended to have vocals, but when the band heard the instrumental tracks they felt their music was strong enough on its own merit and left the vocals out. The band hand burned three hundred CD-R’s of the EP and sold out of them after just their first two shows. This was the end of the EP until now.

Written by: Patrick Gormley | Date: Thursday, 21 April 2011

Crippled Black Phoenix

Stereoboard Talks To Crippled Black Phoenix About Future Ambitions & Life On The Road (Interview)

Stereoboard catches up with one of Britain’s finest bands, Crippled Black Phoenix, speaking to their guitar wielding duo of chief songwriter Justin Greaves and Karl Demata to talk about the band’s ambitions for the future, their expansive sound and life on the road. 

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Thursday, 21 April 2011

Rolo Tomassi

Stereoboard Speaks To Rolo Tomassi About Upcoming Compilation 'Eternal Youth' (Interview)

Stereoboard speaks to Rolo Tomassi keyboardist and co-frontman James Spence about the band’s upcoming compilation ‘Eternal Youth’  and their plans for 2011 and beyond. 

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Monday, 11 April 2011

My Passion

My Passion Speaks To Stereoboard About New Album 'Inside This Machine' (Interview)

Having recorded their second studio album “Inside This Machine” almost a year ago, it’s been a long road to release for My Passion. With the date imminent and touring set to follow, it looks like an exciting road ahead for both My Passion and the fans who have been eagerly waiting. 

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Friday, 01 April 2011

Treefight For Sunlight

Stereoboard Chat to Danish Newcomers Treefight for Sunlight (Interview)

With the exception of Alphabeat, Junior Senior, the Raveonettes and – dare I even say it? – Aqua, there aren’t too many groups from Denmark that have managed to break their way into the UK music scene in recent years with much in the way of success. There have been even fewer that have managed to do it with a particularly curious-sounding band name. Well, Copenhagen’s Treefight for Sunlight are ready to change all that.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Friday, 01 April 2011

Pigeon Detectives

Stereoboard Speaks To The Pigeon Detectives Ahead Of Their Glasgow Show (Interview)

Having taken time out in America to focus on their new album 'Up, Guards and At ‘Em', Pigeon Detectives have returned to the live circuit prior to the album’s release to use their personal favourite promotional tool – their live shows.

Written by: Heather McDaid | Date: Thursday, 31 March 2011

Twenty Twenty

Stereoboard Talk To Twenty Twenty Ahead of UK Tour Supporting The Wanted (Interview)

Twenty Twenty have had a jam-packed 2 years to say the least; the trio hailing from Essex have notched up top ten hits in the Indie Singles and Music DVD charts, toured with mainstream royalty such as The Saturdays, Tinchy Stryder and Scouting for Girls and are now about to release their first mini album entitled ‘Small Talk’ on May 2nd. This level of experience is quite impressive for a group that were only formed at the end of 2009 and signed last year. Tipped to be the next Busted, Twenty Twenty’s brand of rock-kissed pop has already earned them a legion of fans on Facebook that has reached the 53,000 mark. I caught up with them as they begin their latest string of gigs – this time supporting the Brit Award nominated The Wanted on a 16 date tour around the country.

Written by: Jaspreet Kaur Takhi | Date: Friday, 25 March 2011

Oh No Oh My

Stereoboard Talk To Oh No Oh My About Their Recent Album 'People Problems' (Interview)

Oh No Oh My are an eclectic four-piece from Austin, Texas, known for their distinct melodies, discordant lyrics and cult online following. The band came to London in a whirlwind last week on the first leg of their UK tour, giving an immense and entertaining performance at the Brixton Windmill. Luckily, Stereoboard got the chance to catch up with the band on their brief visit before they continued on to perform dates in the rest of the UK and at the SXSW festival.

Written by: James Conlon | Date: Tuesday, 15 March 2011


Guillemots Discuss Their New Album ‘Walk The River’ (Interview)

Guillemots are a Mercury Prize-nominated four-piece known for their passionate musical visions and eccentric choice of instruments. The band made their first impression on the music scene in 2006 with the critically-acclaimed ‘Through the Windowpane’, and have gone on to find fame with a string of successful singles and their second LP ‘Red’. Guillemots recently put the finishing touches on their third release, ‘Walk The River’ and premiered the lead single from the album, ‘The Basket’. Luckily this week Stereoboard got the chance to talk to lead singer Fyfe Dangerfield about the recording process and what the band have planned for the near future.

Written by: James Conlon | Date: Thursday, 10 March 2011

Teddy Thompson

Folk Singer Teddy Thompson on His New Album ‘Bella’ (Interview)

Ask Teddy Thompson for his opinion on present-day British music and you’ll find that he’s sure to give you nothing less than a straight answer. “The current state of mainstream chart music is truly awful.” It’s a fair point. Coming from a background such as his, it must be difficult to be optimistic about popular music when the entire industry appears to be led by money and fame rather than the music itself. Born in London to singer Linda Thompson and former Fairport Convention guitarist Richard Thompson, Teddy was brought up on a diet of ‘50s and ‘60s rock and roll, which gave him his first taste for a life of music. “The main influence my parents had was to expose me to The Everly Brothers and Buddy Holly. That music shaped me.” After gaining an initial interest at home, he continued on his musical journey upon reaching school. “I took guitar lessons at about 11 and then I went off to boarding school at 13. It was a very artistic school named Bedales. Music was a big part of life there.”

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Monday, 07 March 2011

Frank Turner

Frank Turner Talks to Stereoboard about His Forthcoming UK Tour and the New Album (Interview)

Anyone familiar with Frank Turner’s work to date would almost certainly agree with the opinion that he is The Rock Music Fan’s Folk Singer. His first three solo albums - ‘Sleep is for the Week’, ‘Love Ire and Song’ and 2009’s ‘Poetry of the Deed’ – were filled with a host of rock-friendly folk and country anthems that embraced an overall punk attitude that has, in recent months, seen him grace the cover of Kerrang and warm-up for Green Day at Wembley Stadium. However, despite his widespread rock appeal, it seems that not everyone was entirely happy with his recent addition to the line-up of the biggest rock festival of them all – Download.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Thursday, 03 March 2011

Morning Parade

Stereoboard Speaks To Morning Parade Ahead of Their Glasgow Show (Interview)

Hotly tipped for 2011, Essex quintet Morning Parade brought their pumping, atmospheric show to Glasgow for the first time this weekend. Headlining at King Tuts, the Parlophone-signed band were on form for their first headline show on Scottish soil. Stereoboard caught up with Steve Sparrow, lead singer, pre-gig.

Written by: Jonny Rimmer | Date: Monday, 28 February 2011

Jon Fratelli

Jon from The Fratellis Speaks to Stereoboard about New Solo Album and Band’s Future (Interview)

“I’m not sure if I’m a band kind of person,” admits Jon Fratelli. “I like playing music with people, but I’m not sure if I’m suited to the personalities and the politics that sometimes go into being in an official band.” It’s been nearly two years since Glaswegian rock trio The Fratellis parted ways and, while the former frontman declines to rule anything out, he confesses that a reunion seems unlikely in the foreseeable future. “I’m a great believer in that life has to keep on moving and that everything has its particular time. We were in that band for four or five years together and that seems like enough to me.”

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Monday, 21 February 2011

Ben Weaver

Singer-Songwriter Ben Weaver Takes A Break From Current UK Tour To Chat To Stereoboard (Interview)

Brandishing an acoustic blend of folk-spliced Americana and a jolly nice personality to boot, singer-songwriter Ben Weaver has entertained audiences on both sides of the Atlantic for over ten years. Right now on the UK leg of his European tour, Mr Weaver took some time out to speak to Stereoboard about travel, change and being a family man. 

Written by: Rich Kemp | Date: Thursday, 03 February 2011


Stereoboard Speaks To Anathema's Vincent Cavanagh About The Band's UK Tour & Plans (Interview)

Stereoboard.com caught up with Anathema's vocalist/guitarist Vincent Cavanagh ahead of the band’s upcoming tour. Check out what Vincent had to say about the tour and Anthema's plans for the future...

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Tuesday, 25 January 2011

The Joy Formidable

The Joy Formidable Chat to Stereoboard Ahead Of Debut Album & UK Tour (Interview)

On the eve of the unveiling of their debut album ‘The Big Roar’, the Joy Formidable’s leading lady Ritzy Bryan spoke to Stereoboard to tell us about the album, the rise of the group and their forthcoming UK tour.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Sunday, 23 January 2011

High Contrast

Stereoboard Speaks To High Contrast Ahead Of His Set At Hospitality Cardiff In February (Interview)

Believe it or not, it’s been a whole year since Hospitality hit Cardiff. It’s also been a whole year since High Contrast performed in his home town. So you’ll be glad to hear that on the 5th February Hospitality will be touching down in The Great Hall at Cardiff Students Union for one of the biggest shows the city has seen yet!

Written by: Elliott Batte | Date: Thursday, 20 January 2011

The Xcerts

Stereoboard Speaks To The Xcerts Ahead Of Their December London Barfly Show (Interview)

You used to seem such a cheerful band, what happened? Thomas Heron (Drums): Were we? Lyrically we never were! Murray Macleod (Vocals/Guitar): Yeah, lyrically on the first record that’s not really true. There was always a hopeful message buried deep within the cynicism I felt but that seems to have disappeared of late. MM: Yeah, a lot of stuff happened to me and it would’ve been a completely different record had those things not happened but they did and that’s what shaped the record. It’s kinda strange because we wrote those songs at such a specific time and now looking back its like “I feel ok now”.

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Tuesday, 04 January 2011

We Are Scientists

We Are Scientists Bassist Chris Cain Talks To Stereoboard Following End Of European Tour (Interview)

We Are Scientists are perhaps more renowned for their witty, abstract sense of humour than their music, but despite this, they've still managed to pump out many a catchy indie tune over the last five years. It's hard to dislike someone who understands (and indeed embraces) how ridiculously hipster it is to be in a New York indie band and it's this light-heartedness that's seen them through. They've recently brought out a new album – Barbara – with Razorlight drummer Andy Burrows, and Stereoboard were lucky enough to catch up with bassist Chris Cain at the end of their European Barbarians tour to chat about how the band's developed since their first big hit Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt, back in 2006.

Written by: Rachel Preece | Date: Sunday, 12 December 2010

Everything Everything

Everything Everything chat to Stereoboard about debut album and NME Awards Tour 2011 (Interview)

It’s been quite a year for experimental indie art-rockers Everything Everything. After a number of successful festival appearances, the Manchester-based four-piece released their widely-praised debut album ‘Man Alive’ at the end of August before heading out on a headlining autumn tour. They are due to end the year with two shows in London and Manchester, where they will play the album in its entirety with some help from a classical ensemble. If this wasn’t enough, Everything Everything are already preparing themselves for 2011, which will begin with the release of their next single ‘Photoshop Handsome’, before they head out on the NME Awards Tour with Crystal Castles, Magnetic Man and the Vaccines. Frontman and founding member Jonathan Everything recently spoke to Stereoboard to talk about the album and being part of the Manchester music scene.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Thursday, 02 December 2010

And So I Watch You From Afar

Stereoboard Speaks To And So I Watch You From Afar Ahead Of Their Cardiff Show (Interview)

Before And So I Watch You From Afar played Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff (24/11/2010) I got to have a quick chat with guitarist Tony Wright, one of the bands guitarists, about touring, house parties and getting laughed at by Mogwai.

Written by: Rhys Morgan | Date: Monday, 29 November 2010

Philip Sayce

Guitarist Philip Sayce Talks To Stereoboard About New UK Tour & New Album (Interview)

Philip Sayce, former guitarist with Melissa Etheridge and Jeff Healey, will embark on a nationwide UK tour this Sunday. Starting at Manchester's Academy 3 on Sunday 7th November, the emotive singer and exceptionally skilled guitarist will hit the road with UK blues rock guitarist Marcus Bonfanti as a special guest on the tour. Having just released his second album 'Innerevolution', fans can expect a high-energy performance made up of the new material as well as songs from Sayce's first abum 'Peace Machine'.

Written by: Jon Stickler | Date: Friday, 05 November 2010


Sucioperro Talk About Their Upcoming Third Album 'The Heart String' (Interview)

Ahead of the recent Relentless Energy Sessions Festival in London, Stereoboard caught up with Scottish alt-rock trio Sucioperro for a chat about life under the mainstream radar and details of the band's upcoming third album.

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Monday, 25 October 2010

The Boxer Rebellion

Stereoboard Talks To The Boxer Rebellion At 2010's Relentless Energy Sessions Festival (Interview)

Stereoboard.com were at the first day (Thursday October 21st) of 2010's Relentless Energy Session Festival to talk to Boxer Rebellion’s Nathan Nicholson (Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards) and Piers Hewitt (Drums) ahead of the ever-growing succesful alternative rock band's first London show in a year.

Written by: Ben Bland | Date: Monday, 25 October 2010

Sum 41

Eastpak Antidote Tour 2010: Headliners Sum 41 chat to Stereoboard (Interview)

Next week, the Eastpak Antidote Tour will be hitting the road again for its sixth year running and four more awesome bands have been lined up for the occasion. The tour will spring into action with seven dates in the UK, before heading out on a month-long trek around mainland Europe. Canadian pop-punk-metallers Sum 41 are this year’s headliners and they’ll be bringing three other great bands along with them. First up are The Black Pacific, the new band of former Pennywise frontman Jim Lindberg, who released their self-titled debut album last month. Joining them for the ride are Texan punk’n’rollers the Riverboat Gamblers and one of Epitaph Records’ most recent signings Veara.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Friday, 22 October 2010

Fucked Up

Stereoboard Speaks to Damian Abraham aka Pink Eyes of F*cked Up (Interview)

Since the 2008 release of their second album ‘The Chemistry of Common Life’, Toronto-based punkers F*cked Up have made quite a name for themselves within the alternative rock scene on both sides of the pond. However, this isn’t all down to their conspicuous name or even their recent success at Canada’s prestigious Polaris Music Prize – their equivalent of the Mercury, which F*cked Up walked away with last year. What may actually be to blame are their somewhat extraordinary live performances, as well as the bizarre stunts for which they have become known. These include a 12-hour-long gig in New York and a cover of ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Friday, 15 October 2010


Mona Talk To Stereoboard Ahead Of Their UK Tour (Interview)

Mona are a young band from Nashville, Tennessee, a place that most probably wouldn’t associate with an up-and-coming young band. However, don’t be deceived: with their blend of sepia-splashed rock n’ roll, the band are gathering more buzz than a killer Bee kazoo band. In this modern age, the next “big internet sensation” is always just around the corner, but Mona decided to buck the trend. The band generated hype through playing local shows, roaring out their songs night after night until they had over 180,000 views on Myspace without even posting a single song. Luckily this week Stereoboard had the chance to talk to Nick Brown, vocalist and guitarist of the band, before they played their first ever show in England

Written by: James Conlon | Date: Friday, 08 October 2010

Diana Vickers

Diana Vickers Talks To Stereoboard About Her New Tour, Material & This Year's 'X Factor' (Interview)

Reality television shows have been broadcast on our screens for over ten years. We have become more than used to seeing members of the so-called “Great British Public” become stars overnight – but most soon enough fade away into the sky, only to reappear on another reality show several years down the line.

Written by: Jaspreet Kaur Takhi | Date: Wednesday, 06 October 2010


Oceansize Guitarist Steve Durose Talks About The Band And Their Music (Interview)

Earlier this year Manchester’s Oceansize announced a bunch of UK tour dates as well as details of their fourth full-length studio album ‘Self Preserved While The Bodies Float Up’. The new album was unleashed on September 6th, just before Oceansize hit the road for a UK tour. Oceansize's guitarist and backing vocalist, Steve Durose, recently took the time to talk to Stereoboard about the band and their music before their show at London's Koko on October 1st.

Written by: Matthew Williamson | Date: Tuesday, 05 October 2010

Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip

UK Hip-Hop Duo Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip Talk New Album and Tour (Interview)

Earlier this year, Dan Le Sac vs. Scroobius Pip released ‘The Logic of Chance’, the follow-up to their 2008 album ‘Angles’. After a hectic few months of summer festivals, the pair are about to embark on their biggest UK tour to date, which will coincide with the release of their new single ‘Cauliflower’. One half of the duo, producer Dan Le Sac, recently took the time to talk to Stereoboard about their music and their growing success.

Written by: Rob Sleigh | Date: Thursday, 16 September 2010

Philadelphia Grand Jury

Philadelphia Grand Jury Talk New Single, Touring & UK Fans (Interview)

Stereoboard.com interviewed Australian group, Philadelphia Grand Jury, prior to their gig at Stereo in York. The brilliant little music venue gave us free use of their upstairs quarters to hold the interview. The Philly Jay’s, as they are known are Berkfinger and MC Bad Genius, who are currently touring the UK, while recording new single Casino. The group are a fantastic and compelling live viewing, very talented musically and vocally, as well as very energetic on stage. I wanted to know more about why the group were playing such an extensive tour over here and what the differences are between the UK music scene and their native Australia.

Written by: Adam Simpson | Date: Saturday, 04 September 2010

The Boxer Rebellion

Stereoboard Chats with The Boxer Rebellion (Interview)

Stereoboard interviews The Boxer Rebellion’s drummer, Piers Hewitt and talks about the recording of the bands third album, which is due for release next year, their involvement with the soundtrack to Drew Barrymore’s new film, ‘Going The Distance’ and their upcoming US tour. It has been four years since their debut album, Exits, was released and since then the group have released Union and also wrote a third album, yet to be titled, which will be released early next year. The Boxer Rebellion’s first two albums came in for much praise and critical acclaim.

Written by: Adam Simpson | Date: Thursday, 19 August 2010


Stereoboard Talks With Electro-Rock Band Pendulum Ahead of UK Tour (INTERVIEW)

After the release of Hold Your Colour (2005), Pendulum quickly became a staple for any Drum & Bass playlist. The single Tarantula became an instant chart success, slurred as a drunken request in dingy clubs all over the country, and with this the new breakbeat kings were crowned. Known for resurrecting a fading genre, the band rested on anything but their laurels with In Silico (2008), an album which fused guitar spikes with electronic influences into a sound which was easier to digest than their previous effort: it entered into the UK charts at number two, narrowly missing the top spot.

Written by: James Conlon | Date: Friday, 06 August 2010


Stereoboard Talks With Dance Rock Outfit Losers (INTERVIEW)

Stereoboard interviews Tom Bellamy, the ex Cooper Temple Clause guitar player, who having joined up with XFM’s legendary trailblazer and producer, Eddy Temple-Morris, formed electronica group, Losers. Tell me about the debut album, Beautiful Losers. “It’s coming out in September and yeah, we're well happy with it and can’t wait to get it out, it’s been sat on my laptop for far too long talking to nobody, so it’s nice that we can finally get it out.”

Written by: Adam Simpson | Date: Sunday, 01 August 2010

Slaves To Gravity

Slaves To Gravity Talk To Us Ahead of Lacuna Coil Support Tour (Interview)

Hard rock band Slaves To Gravity, spare some time with their front man Tommy Gleeson to talk about their new album and upcoming support tour. Taking a break from pulling pints at work, Tommy shares his excitement ahead of the tour with headline act Lacuna Coil and the new album which is to be released sometime around the New Year.

Written by: Adam Simpson | Date: Sunday, 25 July 2010

John McIvor

London Folk Band John McIvor Talk Gigs, Lyrics & The Future (Interview)

In the past couple of years, London has experienced a resurgence in the popularity of folk. Thanks to the likes of Noah and the Whale, Mumford and Sons, and Reading's darling Laura Marling, folk is cool again. And with our dear capital nurturing the renaissance of flannel shirts, banjos and good honest music, it's no surprise that good quality bands are popping up all over the place.

Written by: Rachel Preece | Date: Sunday, 18 July 2010


Irish Rockers Ash Talk Brit Pop, Charlotte Hatherley, Coldplay & A-Z Series (Interview)

Stereoboard recently spent some time with Ash bass player Mark Hamilton backstage, prior to their gig at The Duchess in York. The Irish indie rockers who shot to fame during the 90's with their debut album track 'Girl from Mars', talk to us about the Brit Pop phenomenon, their collaborations and influence on Coldplay's Chris Martin and hooking up with Russell Lissack from Bloc Party. We also talk about the departure of Charlotte Hatherley, their route to survival in the music industry and the A to Z series, which continues with the next release. Carnal Love on August the 2nd.

Written by: Adam Simpson | Date: Saturday, 17 July 2010

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