Interviews

Steins;Gate – Interview with Geraint Evans about the upcoming release

At MCM London ComicCon, I was able to interview Geraint Evans about Rice Digital’s upcoming release of Steins;Gate.  So I

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Interview with Orphan Black’s Kristian Bruun

At MCM London ComicCon, I got a chance to sit down with Orphan Black’s Kristian Bruun – who plays Donnie

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Interview: Brawlers – “Small Companies Get What We’re Trying to do Better than the Big Boys”

I had a quick chat with Harry from Brawlers ahead of their appearance at Camden Rocks. We chatted DIY ethos,

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Interview: Sunset Sons – “Festival season is IT for me; shit loads of people, bands and cider!”

Having played a range of shows across the UK and Ireland, as well as being announced for numerous festivals this

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Interview: PVRIS – “We were expecting to sell out in a week or a couple days, not minutes”

After the success of their first release “White Noise“, PVRIS hit the UK for their first headline shows and are

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Interview: Citinite ‐ “It’s about getting nightlife connected, bringing the community together and having fun.”

London is famous for it’s vast, vibrant nightlife scene. But with so much on offer, knowing what to do can

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Interview: Dermot Kennedy – “When I listen to a song I like to see images in my head that make a story”

Having established himself on the streets of Dublin, busking to large crowds, Dermot Kennedy is now set to play a

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Interview: YGHD – “We sound like a young Placebo on RedBull”

After just releasing two singles we met up with YGHD to find out how the band is getting on. How

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Interview: Hannah Grace – “I was just really lucky to have such a great experience for my first release”

Having recently been chosen as one of the 12 BBC Horizon acts for 2015 as well as being announced for

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Interview: Telegram – “The crowd response on many occasions is one of sheer bewilderment and confusion”

Taking influence from the likes of Brian Eno and Hawkwind, London’s Telegram have spent the last two years developing their

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