Drawing influence from a wide range of artists, from The Prodigy and Peaches through to Meshuggah, Brighton's CLT DRP are making waves with their anthemic feminist electro-punk. Their single 'Where The Boys Are' is a nod to some of vocalist Annie Dorrett's female inspirations, and an excellent taste of what to expect from the band's debut album Without The Eyes. We caught up with Annie to discuss 'Where The Boys Are', including behind the scenes stories, themes and more.
Flamboyant art-rock trio Palaye Royale have ramped up the musical theatrics for their long awaited third studio album, 'The Bastards'. As far as record release cycles go, The Bastards era by comparison to its counterparts, 'Boom Boom Room (Side A)' and 'Boom Boom Room (Side B)', has been a challenging campaign so far. From tackling troubles with UK venues, to facing the cancellation of the UK/EU run as a result of the current COVID-19 outbreak, overall it’s been a turbulent time in the run up to 29th May. However with successful pop-up shops, some Palaye in the parks and several shows under the belt, the band have defeated these difficulties, as Remington Leith, Sebastian Danzig and Emerson Barrett of Palaye Royale have produced an adrenaline fuelled rock n’ roll record with 'The Bastards'.