Some could say we are biased but the new Aim LP "What A Way To Earn A Living" aint to shabby.. The songs are a mixture of stories about characters the boys all know and from those that have heard the LP like it..
Due for release in all good indepedent record stores throught the UK and digital download from August 28th, we pinged band member Grant Judges a few questions to find out more.
The Credits are a mod/ indie band from Worthing , West Sussex. The band were formed in 2008, inspired by such bands as The Who, The Jam, Oasis and indie music in general. The first single "London's Calling" was released in June 2012 followed with the band's second single written for the England World Cup squad. Currently a new EP is being recorded and sent out to publishers, details of the title to be released soon.
Part of the emerging psych scene, Loaded are a four piece band consisting of three brothers and a female drummer.
The band have a layered but primitive sound using of a combination of minimalist, pop song structures and psychedelic experimentation. The impact of their live shows is heightened by hypnotic projections.
No introduction needed for Neville Staple and Christine Sugary Staple... Neville currently touring with his band throught out the UK, Christine a new EP in the bag, release date set for March 2015 at Skamouth as well as the pair working on US and Jamaican projects.. Darren Bennett caught up with the pair for a chinwag and fired over a few questions.
This years March of the Mods is just around the corner... However, first things first sees the LP launch of "Causing a Scene" with all profits donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust. On top of that a LP launch party has been organised at The Borderline Feb 8th, London with free entry.... We caught up with Kate Ross Kellam from March of the Mods to find out more..
Originally hailing out of High Wycombe but now residing Brighton, Mindofalion began playing to the masses as the Monacles. A change in direction and name took the band up and down the country playing gigs and creating a fair bit of noise for themselves. Their fan base is growing rapidly with next year looking as busy as 2014, talks of a tour of Europe are planned for 2015.
The Sonic Jewels have had rave reviews for their live performances, such as;
"Touchstones Hendrix and Cream are worn proudly on sleeve" - MOJO Magazine
"The Sonic Jewels sound like the bastard child of The Prisoners and Cream" - Mod Speed
"a tremendous live act who manage to conjure excitement and energy from start to finish" - Lois Wilson (MOJO)
"The Sonic Jewels lit up the stage with guile, energy and pure rock and roll spirit." - Music-News.com
"These riff-heavy rockers have an insanely infectious, grungey jubilance that’ll suck you right into their hyper-kinetic vortex." – Miss Dolly Mod (My Old Kentucky Blog)
We first heard them down in Carnaby Street where they blew our Toby's ear drum to pieces, wasnt right for weeks... Wanting to know more, we asked the bands lead guitarist, Justin Light a few questions on TSJ