Australian four-piece MOBS are throwing back to the musical and cinematic era of the 1980s with their debut album 'Cinema Paradiso', drawing inspiration from the likes of Phil Collins and combining that with the newer elements of The 1975 and LANY. Making their UK debut later this year at The Great Escape Festival, we caught up with MOBS to find out more, including their aims and what we can expect from their upcoming live show.
God Damn have been making waves this month with the release of their self-titled album, which they recorded live over the course of just a few days with the legendary Sylvia Massy. We caught five minutes with God Damn in the midst of their UK tour with Baba Naga to find out more about the band's formation, what they want to achieve and more.
Donovan Melero (Hail The Sun) and Sergio Medina (Royal Coda) came together last year to form their new project, Nova Charisma. The band launched with their 'Exposition I' EP and quickly followed with 'Exposition II', which celebrated its physical release earlier this month. We caught up with Donovan Melero to find out more, including his influences and what Nova Charisma aim to achieve.
It's been a busy and exciting month for Boston metallers Great American Ghost, who have released their new album 'Power Through Terror' during an extensive US tour with Bodysnatcher. We took five minutes with vocalist Ethan Harrison to find out more, including the band's influences and what song made him want to make music.
Instrumental post-rock trio Parachute For Gordo are taking things up a gear with their new album 'Best Understood By Children And Animals', immersing themselves in a professional studio environment for the first time to expand and develop their sound. We caught up with guitarist Laura Lee to find out more about the band, including their influences, what to expect from their live show and more.
London indie punk trio cheerbleederz have unveiled their second EP 'lobotany', a record that is guaranteed to make you feel summery and forget about the cold weather. We took five minutes with the band to find out more about how they formed, what influences them and more.
Norwegian punk quartet Oberst have delivered a seamless blend of sounds on their debut album 'Paradise' and it comes as no surprise, as their collective music taste varies from hardcore and metal to classic rock, hip-hop, jazz and doom. We caught up with the band following the release to find out more about their influences, what they want to achieve and more.