The United Kingdom fell in love with Liverpool three piece The Wombats more than a decade ago, after their charming debut album “A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation”, which included the band’s award winning and most listened-to track “Let’s Dance to Joy Division”. Continue reading An exclusive interview with The Wombats discussing their brand new album – “Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life”
New York quartet Public Access T.V. have grafted their way to a position where they’re tipped to be the next big thing, and there’s no question they have all the credentials to be exactly that. Continue reading An exclusive interview with Public Access T.V.
Hailing from Brighton, Jim Filippides, George Ingledew, George Rawlings and Joe Dennis have masterfully crafted a unique sound, combining the best of addictive pop and feel good, classic indie. With a vibe reminiscent of The Cure and Jaws, this band certainly has a lot to offer and I for one cannot wait to see what they’ll create next. Continue reading A chat with Safe to Swim
Words by Laura Whitters. Within the music industry today, it is obvious that sexism and misogyny are very much still issues many female musicians have to deal with. Although steps have been taken to improve the issue, it is still a prominent problem and one that must be effectively tackled in order for women to feel safe within their industry. Leah Fay is the singer … Continue reading A chat with Leah Fay on all things July Talk and the mistreatment of female musicians