Tell me about your writing process – do you lock yourself away and think ‘okay, writing a song right now,’ or do you just wait until it hits you? Well it can come anytime to be honest… They were all very different settings for each song, but the hook for up on my luck came … More Stephanie Cheape’s ‘OK Without You.’
Fiery haired Alice Bentley from Glasgow releases her equally as fiery new single “Perfect Stranger” on Friday (27th March – not that anyone knows the date anymore) and it is guaranteed to get you out of bed/off the couch, forgetting about the isolation situation, and having a dance around the room. “Perfect Stranger” is out … More Alice Bentley on the release of ‘Perfect Stranger’
Is reviewing live stream gigs a thing? Can I make it a thing? (Although, read ‘reviewing’ as general chit chat about what I’m watching as they appear). I really enjoy bumbling on about music and gigs on this wee blog so while all of the gigs for the forseeable future have been cancelled because of … More The Quarantine Gigs Round 1 – Ben Gibbard and Cassadee Pope.
Liverpool’s Paris Youth Foundation have been described by NME as “all your favourite indie bands rolled into one.” and they’re not half wrong. They’ve just released latest single ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ before taking off on their debut headline tour, and I interuppted some very important skating time to have a chat with … More Paris Youth Foundation headline SWG3’s Poetry Club
The Goo Goo Dolls have been a band for longer than I’ve been alive. They got together in 1986 and haven’t stopped for breath since. They’ve had 19 top ten singles and sold more than an incredible 12 million albums world wide. I first came across them, I think, when I started watching teen drama … More Seeing The Goo Goo Dolls live is the ‘Miracle Pill’ that we all need.