As Dan Reed Network prepare to join Extreme on their UK tour, the band’s frontman opens up about their next album, his first gig experience, the passing of AC/DC’s Malcolm Young, recording new songs in front of fans, learning to be more collaborative, and why he loves ‘More Than Words’.
Ahead of Bad Touch’s first ever headline tour, singer Stevie Westwood talks to us about lessons learnt on the road, why their fans are so important, their difficult second album, and their Planet Rock-playlisted duet with Mollie Marriott, ‘Baby Get It On’.
OMD, who are currently in the throes of an 18-date UK and Eire tour that includes a stop at Roundhouse on 13 November, have shared the video for their latest single,
‘What We Have Done’ is the third 12-inch to be released from the duo’s 13th studio album, ‘The Punishment Of Luxury’, which entered the UK Album Chart at #4 in September.
Johanna Glaza, the Lithuanian born London-based artist who’s put her unique spin on folk music, has just released her debut solo LP, ‘Wild Sculptures’.
She tells us about walking the edge between raw and beautiful, the continued influence of Bach’s organ music, unlocking emotions through symbols, learning to play the piano, and finding her own voice.
The LaFontaines are back on tour in November.
The Scottish band, featuring singer Kerr Okan, guitarist Iain Findlay, guitarist/keyboard player Darren McCaughey, bassist John Gerard, and drummer Jamie Keenan will be hitting the road in support of their new album ‘Common Problem’.
The follow-up to their 2015 debut LP ‘Class’ is released on 27 October and the group’s tour reaches London’s Boston Music Room on 21 November.
Gabrielle Aplin is heading out on the road to support her brand new EP ‘Avalon’.
The six-date tour starts at Glasgow’s Oran Mor on 19 October and finishes at The Venue, London on 26 October.
Husky Loops, who’ve just released ‘EP2’, are about to tour and tour and tour.
This month the band are supporting Placebo and playing shows with Superfood and Tigerclub; next month is a full headline tour across the UK, including a show at The Lexington on 17 November.
The trio have previously played support slots for the likes of The Kills and Sunflower Bean.