Fuse FM’s Bronagh McManus interviewed Mike Sparks and Luke Prebble from British rock band Canterbury ahead of their show at The Deaf Institute, where she got the lowdown on the band’s humble beginnings, their work with Pledge Music on their latest album and their experience at a Hawaiian party with Canterbury themed cocktails.
Luke Hart interviews Birmingham band Dumb ahead of their gig at the Fallow Cafe. Click here to hear them chat about their interesting band name, the inspiration for their latest single and their unique American college rock infused sound!
On this weeks show we talk about solid state physics with Professor Phil Dawson. We also discuss science reporting, no lens cameras and much more!
Matthew Staite interviews the hugely talented Bombay Bicycle Club ahead of their gig at the newly renovated Albert Hall. The band chat about producing their own album, how travelling helps them write music, and being inspired by India.
By Tom Cheetham
NME once defined Dexters as “brash guitar anthemia of the very highest order” and last night the boys from East London proved how they acquired that moniker, with a lung busting performance that had Night and Day Café rocking. With their debut album, Shimmer Gold, having just been released (17 March 2014) they are an up-and-coming band that you don’t want to miss. Continue reading
By Bronagh McManus
With it being almost two years exactly to the date since the Weybridge rockers ‘You Me At Six’ had graced the stage of Manchester’s Apollo, their return to the city was a welcomed and well overdue event. Having supported ’30 Seconds To Mars’ on their last UK tour it was about time the quintet took the lead role as headliners.
With two sold out nights in the Manchester Apollo, a 3,500 people capacitated venue, You Me At Six surely felt the pressure of having to deliver outstanding shows for those who had travelled from near and very much afar. With supports from Cheltenham’s favourite growing talent ‘Young Kato’ and Bedfordshire bad boys ‘Don Broco’ the line-up for the evening was of an unusually high standard. Continue reading