Interviews

Interview: Boy Jumps Ship – Camden Rocks ’14

Fresh off stage from the Underworld, at this year’s Camden Rocks, Boy Jumps Ship performed a mighty set to a

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Interview: Tom Crouch – “Its always been a dream of mine to properly put together a body of work to be released into the world”

Known both in his own right as a singer/songwriter, as well as for his ability to play a wide variety

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Interview: Fun Lovin’ Criminals – “All in all festivals are one big party!”

Set to play Mitchelstown’s Indiependence festival this year, Fun Lovin’ Criminals are one of the most anticipated acts in the

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Interview: The Stunning – “One thing I always say is, it starts with the music”

Another strong Irish act set to play this year’s Bulmers Live at Leopardstown, The Stunning are back having played the

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Interview: David Gray – “Emotion is like a natural language”

With an illustrious career to his name that already spans over 2 decades, we sat down with singer/songwriter David Gray

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Interview: Crown The Empire – Slam Dunk ’14

Texas Metalcore outfit, Crown The Empire are set to release a brand new album after taking their live presence to

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Interview: Ham Sandwich – “It’s important to have a good reputation as a live band”

With a forthcoming album on the cards following their recent single release, ‘Illuminate’, Irish stormers, Ham Sandwich are set to

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Interview: Eddy Atlantis – “Consider ‘Boxroom’ a personal experiment”

He’s spent the last few years learning his trade in East London recording studios, writing with artists including ALECS and

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Interview: Blitz Kids – “I ate Kelis’ ribs!”

Having released ‘The Good Youth’ at the beginning of this year, Blitz Kids’ set was highly anticipated this year. Fortitude

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Interview: Decade – “Recording an album is definitely the way to do it” – Slam Dunk 2014

We are just about at the half way point of 2014 and Fortitude Magazine favourites Decade have already done more

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