INTERVIEW: Why Generation? Meets The Blinders

Songs on the beach, live albums and van stories with Avalanche Party? See what happened when Why Generation? met Tom Haywood, lead singer of alt-rock punk band The Blinders.

""They thought they were being shot at...""

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IDRIS ELBA AND CONNOR PRICE COLLABORATE ON HOMAGE TO ‘COURTENEY COX’

Producer, singer/ songwriter and DJ, Idris Elba’s  first release of 2021 champions new and up and coming Canadian talent and hip-hop enthusiast Connor Price on their collaborative record ‘Courteney Cox’. Released by 7Wallace and Price’s Toronto based imprint, 4 Of Clubs, ‘Courteney Cox’ is high-octane and an infectiously hooky slice of synth-soaked trap – a playful and tongue-in-cheek homage to Connor’s favourite actress and childhood crush.

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INTERVIEW: Sterling Press

1. How’s lockdown been treating you? We haven’t been put down by it. We just got on with it and carried on writing and demoing new tunes. It’s obviously not as easy as it was before but we call each other a lot to discuss and share any ideas.

“It’s time to eat the nuts!” – Why Generation? Meets The New Twentys

A few days ago I got to chat over zoom with indie-pop rockers The New Twentys, made up of brothers Jimmy and Harry Morris, and Chris Bourne, to find out more about the new project, their single coming out next week, ‘You Got Me Good’, (a warm, uplifting song that will bring some light into these dreary days), and how the band went from playing in other projects to forming The New Twentys.

INTERVIEW: The Kecks

Not to drag on about the current situation, but since you are a very culturally diverse band, how has covid affected your work? Like everyone, we've had to cancel and seemingly indefinitely postpone tours and shows. It's, of course, frustrating and we miss it, but it's especially sad to see everyone in the industry being affected.

INTERVIEW: Henry Chappell Meets The Sukis

The Sukis are a Hertfordshire-based garage band, composed of four wonderful humans from Hitchin. They have quickly gathered a huge online presence with their pulsing and incredible indie rock. On a harsh January afternoon, they kindly joined me on Zoom to talk about all things Suki. 

FEATURE: “This Song….” with Lauran Hibbered

This song I remember from my childhood: Avril Lavigne – My Happy Ending I  remember getting the Under my Skin album for Christmas and being so excited, I  made a scrapbook out of the lyric sheet. It was my mum’s favourite song on there as well, so we used to sing it in the car on the way to school (cute).   This song inspired me to be a musician: White Stripes – Hotel Yorba I have always and will always love this song. I think it has everything. I feel like I have learned a lot from this song, and spent a lot of time studying it. It was one of the first songs I  learned to play on guitar too.